32.47 miles in length, SR 204 (Abercorn Street) constitutes the main route through Southside Savannah, joining Midtown with Georgetown and I-95 north of Richmond Hill. Paralleling the Ogeechee River to the Bryan County line, the western 19.43 miles of SR 204 are substantially more rural. Continuing northwest along the boundary of Fort Stewart to Ellabell, SR 204 concludes at U.S. 280/SR 30 and the settlement of Lanier.
SR 204 was truncated 2.89 miles south to a shared end point with SR 21 along DeRenne Avenue in 2020. The previous alignment extended north along Abercorn Street through Midtown Savannah to 37th Street. SR 204 lined 37th Street west to the 37th Street Connector with Interstate 16.
SR 204 continues east from the diamond interchange with I-95 along Abercorn Street Extension to Georgetown.
U.S. 17/SR 25 (Coastal Highway) head north from Richmond Hill in Bryan County to meet SR 204 at a diamond interchange.
U.S. 17/SR 25 (Coastal Highway) continue northeast from SR 204 along Ogeechee Road to Silk Hope and I-516/SR 21 (Lynes Parkway) at U.S. 80/SR 26 in Savannah.
Continuing east, SR 204 (Abercorn Street Extension) intersects Pine Grove Drive by the Grove Hill subdivision.
Decommissioned in 2020, SR 204SP branched east from SR 204 (Abercorn Street) along Montgomery Cross Road 1.33 miles to Waters Avenue. SR 204SP continued southeast to Skidaway Island.
SR 204 concludes at DeRenne Avenue, where SR 21 north begins. Abercorn Street continues north to Midtown Savannah along the former route of SR 204 to 37th Street.
SR 21 (DeRenne Avenue) travels 0.71 miles west onto Interstate 516 (W.F. Lynes Parkway), an urban loop encircling Savannah north to Garden City.
Abercorn Street narrows onto a four lane boulevard north from U.S. 80/SR 26 (Victory Drive). U.S. 80/SR 26 crosses Midtown Savannah east to Thunderbolt and Whitemarsh Island.
37th Street comprises an urban arterial west to the 37th Street Connector and Interstate 16.
SR 204 commences along Abercorn Street south from the intersection with DeRenne Avenue and SR 21 north.
SR 204 (Abercorn Street Extension) spans the Little Ogeechee River west from Savannah Mall and ahead of Veterans Parkway north.
Veterans Parkway constitutes a 6.82 mile long limited access highway leading northeast to I-516/SR 21 (W.F. Lynes Parkway) in Savannah.
Entering the trumpet interchange with Veterans Parkway north on SR 204 (Abercorn Street Extension) west.
Construction from May 2014 to January 2017 replaced the signalized intersection with King George Boulevard with a parclo interchange.
King George Boulevard connects SR 204 (Abercorn Street Extension) with the bedroom community of Georgetown.
SR 204 spans a CSX Railroad line west from the exchange with King George Boulevard to the traffic light with Pine Grove Drive.
Continuing west from the Grove Hill subdivision at Pine Hill Drive, SR 204 passes over a second CSX Railroad line.
U.S. 17/SR 25 travel northeast to Silk Hope and I-516 in Savannah and southwest across the Ogeechee River to Richmond Hill in Bryan County.
Page Updated 11-15-2021.