State Route 204

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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.

    Connect with:
    Interstate 95
    U.S. 17
    U.S. 280
    State Route 21
    Former State Route 204 Spur
    Harry S. Truman Parkway
    Veterans Parkway - Savannah

    Page Updated 11-30-2022.

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