U.S. 17 Georgia State Route 25 North

U.S. 17/SR 25 (Ocean Highway) crosses Catfish Creek leading north to Kingsland.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 (Lee Street) meet SR 40 (King Avenue) by Kingsland City Hall.
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SR 40 is a 30.48 mile long highway east to Church Street in St. Marys and west to U.S. 1/23-SR 4/15 in Folkston.
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Entering the city of Woodbine, U.S. 17/SR 25 transition into Bedell Avenue.
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SR 25SP ties into U.S. 17/SR 25 (Bedell Avenue) from 10th Street.
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SR 25SP links U.S. 17/SR 25 with I-95 at Exit 14, 2.77 miles to the east.
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SR 110 angles northeast 14.39 miles from SR 40 near the Charlton County line to U.S. 17/SR 25 at 4th Street in Woodbine.
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SR 110 connects Woodbine with SR 40 west to Folkston.
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SR 110 runs south to Scarlet, Tompkins and Silco.
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U.S. 17 Georgia State Route 25 Georgia State Route 110 North


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Although unmarked, SR 110 overlaps with U.S. 17/SR 25 north 8.76 miles from Woodbine to Waverly.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 meet the east end of SR 252 (Burnt Ford Road) at White Oak.
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SR 252 meanders 23.38 miles southwest to Tarboro and SR 40CO at Folkston.
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SR 110 branches northwest from U.S. 17/SR 25 at Horsestamp Church Road in Waverly.
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SR 110 continues 13.64 miles northwest to U.S. 82/SR 520 at Atkinson and 22.99 miles to SR 32 east of Hortense.
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U.S. 17 Georgia State Route 25 North


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Crossing the Little Satilla River, U.S. 17/SR 25 enter Glynn County.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 combine with U.S. 82/SR 520 east from SR 303 (Blythe Island Highway) 0.70 miles to Interstate 95. SR 303 loops 9.13 miles to U.S. 17 north of Brunswick.
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U.S. 17 Georgia State Route 25 North U.S. 82 Georgia State Route 520 East


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U.S. 82 ends east at the parclo interchange (Exit 29) with Interstate 95.
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Interstate 95 runs north from Brunswick to Savannah and Florence, South Carolina.
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U.S. 17/SR 25-520 continue east from I-95 and U.S. 82 to Jekyll Island and Brunswick.
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U.S. 17 Georgia State Route 25 North Georgia State Route 520 East

Zellwood Drive stems south from U.S. 17/SR 25-520 to the Satilla Shores community ahead of this shield assembly.
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Reassurance markers precede the split of SR 520 southeast to Jekyll Island from U.S. 17/SR 25 northbound.
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SR 520 spurs 6.31 miles south along Downing Musgrove / Jekyll Island Causeway to Riverview Drive on Jekyll Island.
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SR 520 ends just across the Intracoastal Waterway (Jekyll Creek) bridge. A parking fee for Jekyll Island is collected prior to the span.
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U.S. 17 Georgia State Route 25 North

The Sidney Lanier Bridge approaches consist of lower level 120 foot spans supported by two column bents and high level 180 foot spans on a single bridge support. This phase of the bridge work cost $18.9 million1 and was completed by 1998.2
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7,780 feet in length, the Sidney Lanier Bridge opened to traffic on April 7, 2003 after almost eight years of construction.3
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The 1.5 mile long cable-stayed bridge was slated to open December 31, 2000.4
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Delays ensued during bridge construction when a $1 million custom form traveler slipped loose while being fit in place. Injuring two workers, the device fell 185 feet onto a rock island. Six months were added to the project for its replacement.4
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Additionally during construction, work was suspended anytime wind speeds exceeded 45 mph at the top of the tower cranes. The main span of the Sidney Lanier Bridge cost $65.5 million.2
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A cable-stay design was selected for the Sidney Lanier Bridge based upon the success of the Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge completed in 1991 at Savannah.2 Dedicated on April 7, 2003, the span across the Brunswick River cost a total of $121 million.5
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U.S. 17/SR 25 (Glynn Avenue) parallel the Mackay River along the Brunswick peninsula north to U.S. 341/SR 27.
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U.S. 341/SR 27 stem west along 4th Avenue 0.6 miles to Newcastle Street north.
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U.S. 341/SR 27 navigate through the Brunswick street grid north 1.99 miles to Bay Street at U.S. 25/SR 25CO (Gloucester Street) west of Downtown Brunswick. U.S. 25/341 combine north from there to Jesup.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 (Glynn Avenue) advance 1.3 miles north from the end of U.S. 341 to U.S. 25/SR 25CO (Gloucester Street) north at Howard Coffin Park.
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U.S. 25/SR 25CO overlap 1.22 miles west to U.S. 341/SR 27 (Bay Street). U.S. 25/341 overlap 38.78 miles northwest to U.S. 301/SR 23 at Jesup.
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U.S. 25 travels from coastal Georgia to Augusta, Greenville, South Carolina and ultimately Covington, Kentucky.
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F.J. Torras Causeway (unsigned SR 25SE) spurs 4.11 miles east from U.S. 17/SR 25 at Stacy Street to St. Simons Island.
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Parkwood Drive stems west from U.S. 17/SR 25 (Glynn Avenue) to Altama Avenue at 1st Street in Brunswick.
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SR 25 Spur (Golden Isles Parkway) branches northwest from U.S. 17 just north of the signal with 4th Street.
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SR 25SP runs 4.41 miles north to Interstate 95 and 7.58 miles overall.
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SR 25SP concludes beyond SR 99 (Grants Ferry Road) in suburban areas north of Brunswick and east of Sterling.
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U.S. 17 Georgia State Route 25 North

U.S. 17/SR 25 (S Coastal Highway) advance north from the South Newport River and Liberty County line to a diamond interchange (Exit 67) with Interstate 95. north.
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I-95 leads south to Brunswick and Jacksonville, Florida from U.S. 17/SR 25 near South Newport. U.S. 17/SR 25 (S Coastal Highway) continue northwest to Retreat, Riceboro and Midway.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 (Coastal Highway) bee line northward from I-95 to the Riceboro city line at Retreat.
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Sandy Run Road east and Retreat Road west come together at U.S. 17 ahead of this shield assembly in Riceboro.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 (Coastal Highway) heads four miles north from the east end of SR 119 near Riceboro to the city of Midway.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 crosses Riceboro Creek over a bridge built in 1957.
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Advancing north into the rural city of Midway, U.S. 17/SR 25 (Coastal Highway) converges with U.S. 84/SR 38 (Oglethorpe Highway).
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U.S. 84/SR 38 extend 3.8 miles east from U.S. 17/SR 25 in Midway to I-95 at Islands Highway.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 run concurrent for 259.40 miles across South Georgia, from Saffold east of Dothan, Alabama to Interstate 95 at Exit 76.
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Prior to 1988, U.S. 84 through Midway was apart of U.S. 82. U.S. 17/82 overlapped 0.4 miles north to Martin Road until 1978, when Oglethorpe Highway was realigned to this signalized intersection across Cay Creek.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 (Coastal Highway) north at the east end of SR 196 (Leroy Coffer Highway).
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Crossing Mount Hope Creek near SR 196, U.S. 17/SR 25 north enter Bryan County.
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U.S. 17/SR 25 (Coastal Highway) converge with I-95 again north in the city of Richmond Hill.
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An array of traveler services line U.S. 17/SR 25 by the folded diamond interchange (Exit 87) with I-95. Traffic lights operate at Sommers Boulevard.
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I-95 stays west of U.S. 17 through the Savannah area en route to Hardeeville, South Carolina.
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A diamond interchange joins U.S. 17/SR 25 (Ogeechee Road) with SR 204 (Abercorn Street Extension) by Georgetown and southern reaches of the Savannah city limits.
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SR 204 comprises a 32.47 mile long loop southeast from U.S. 280 at Lanier to Southside Savannah and north along Abercorn Street to SR 21 (DeRenne Avenue) at Midtown Savannah.
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Advancing northeast from SR 204, U.S. 17 (Ogeechee Road) next intersects Little Neck Road west.
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Curving east, U.S. 17/SR 25 enter Garden City at the south end of SR 307 (Dean Forest Road).
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SR 307 follows an arc 8.47 miles from U.S. 17 to SR 25 (Main Street) at the Georgia Port Authority Garden City Terminal.
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Proceeding east across Salt Creek from SR 307, U.S. 17/SR 25 (Ogeechee Road) reach the unincorporated community of Silk Hope.
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Chatham Parkway is an arterial route linking U.S. 17 with Veterans Parkway to the south and I-16 to the north.
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U.S. 17 (Ogeechee Road) meets I-516/U.S. 80-SR 21/26 at a diamond interchange on the Savannah city line.
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Interstate 516 (W.F. Lynes Parkway) is an urban loop encircling Savannah north from Midtown to Garden City.
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SR 21 overlaps with all 6.68 miles of Interstate 516 south from Garden City to DeRenne Avenue.
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U.S. 17 combines with I-516 west and U.S. 80 east for 1.22 miles north to Interstate 16.
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U.S. 80 separates from I-516 (W.F. Lynes Parkway) east for Ogeechee Road east to Victory Drive and Midtown Savannah.
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U.S. 17 Georgia State Route 404 Spur North

U.S. 17/SR 404SP separate from I-16/SR 404 east at a half diamond interchange with Gwinnett Street. Gwinnett Street leads east from Carver Heights to Forsyth Park.
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The Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge comes into view along the elevated route of U.S. 17/SR 404SP above W Boundary Street and Springfield Canal.
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A half diamond interchange joins U.S. 17/SR 404SP north with Louisville Road to the Savannah Historic District and West Savannah.
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U.S. 17/SR 404SP continue north from Louisville Road onto the Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge approach.
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SR 25CO ties into the Talmadge Bridge from Oglethorpe Avenue west from Downtown Savannah.
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Downtown Savannah
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Right in right out (RIRO) ramps link the north end of the Talmadge Bridge with Hutchinson Island and the Savannah Convention Center.
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Downtown Savannah
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Twin 480 foot high towers support the 2,040 foot long center span and 470 foot long side spans of the Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridg.6
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Spanning the Savannah River at a height of 185 feet, the cable-stay bridge accommodates the largest ships bound for the Port of Savannah. The previous cantilevered bridge built in 1954 was 135 feet high.6
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Two of the four lanes of the Talmadge Bridge opened to traffic on March 20, 1991. The remaining lanes opened by June 1991.7
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The Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge cost $71 million to build.7
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Wayne Shackleford Boulevard extends east to the Reserve at Savannah Harbor golf course development from the forthcoming loop ramp to Savannah Harbor Parkway.
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Wayne Shackleford Boulevard east and parallel Hutchinson Island Road connect U.S. 17/SR 404SP with the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center.
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A low rise bridge spans the Back River north from Hutchinson Island to Jasper County, South Carolina. A wider replacement of the crossing was completed in 2015.
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Construction through November 2025 expands U.S. 17 to four overall lanes across the Back River with the addition of a second span.
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Sources:
  1. The Sidney Lanier Bridge. http://www.dot.state.ga.us/specialsubjects/roadconstruction/sidney/index.shtml Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), web site.
  2. "Crucial Cable-Stayed Crossing Set To Open Near Georgia Port." Engineering News-Record, March 31, 2003.
  3. "Way finally to clear on new Sidney Lanier." The Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), April 4, 2003.
  4. "Bridge piece falls." The Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), June 25, 1999.
  5. "Boost to Brunswick commerce touted as new Sidney Lanier Bridge dedicated." The Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), April 8, 2004.
  6. "Grand new entrance for old Savannah - Spectacular view awaits drivers on cable bridge." Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA), September 23, 1990.
  7. "Savannah Bridge Opens." Charlotte Observer, The (NC), March 21, 1991.

    Connect with:
    Interstate 16
    Interstate 95
    Interstate 516 - W.F. Lynes Parkway
    U.S. 25
    U.S. 80
    U.S. 82
    U.S. 84
    U.S. 341
    State Route 21
    State Route 204

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