U.S. 25

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U.S. 25 originates along Georgia's Golden Isles at U.S. 17 east of Downtown Brunswick. The first of several overlaps for U.S. 25 in the Peach State leads northwest alongside U.S. 341 for 38.78 miles to U.S. 301 at Jesup.

U.S. 25 bypasses Jesup alongside U.S. 301 from U.S. 341 (Golden Isles Parkway) to N 1st Street. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) approved the realignment of U.S. 25 and U.S. 301 onto the 2.4 mile long controlled access highway on June 30, 1970. The two routes combine with U.S. 84 northeast to Ludowici, where they turn northwest to Glennville.

The 71.58 mile long concurrency with U.S. 301 leads U.S. 25 north to Claxton and Statesboro. The two split at U.S. 80 north of Downtown Statesboro while U.S. 25 Bypass and U.S. 301 Bypass encircle the west and east sides of the city respectively. Leaving Statesboro, U.S. 25 combines with U.S. 80 north for 6.53 miles.

The first independent section of U.S. 25 branches north from U.S. 80, 21.85 miles to SR 17 in Millen. Continuing from there, U.S. 25 travels to Waynesboro, where it splits with a 5.67 mile branch of U.S. 25 Bypass.

Entering Richmond County and the city of Augusta, U.S. 25 passes through the south suburbs to Interstate 520 (Bobby Jones Expressway). Transitioning into a commercial arterial, U.S. 25 follows Peach Orchard Road 2.6 miles north to a trumpet interchange with U.S. 1-78-278 (Gordon Highway). U.S. 25 overlaps with the three routes for 4.14 miles to the South Carolina state line across the Savannah River.

U.S. 25 Georgia Guides

    Connect with:
    Interstate 16
    Interstate 95
    Interstate 520 - Bobby Jones Expressway
    U.S. 1
    U.S. 17
    U.S. 78
    U.S. 80
    U.S. 84
    U.S. 280
    U.S. 301
    U.S. 341

    Page Updated 03-16-2022.

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