U.S. 41

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Throughout Georgia, from Lake Park north to Indian Springs, U.S. 41 parallels Interstate 75. With the bulk of through traffic using I-75, U.S. 41 generally serves as a local or business route. The highway travels 354.13 miles overall in the Peach State.

Entering Georgia northwest from Jennings, U.S. 41 runs east of I-75 to Lake Park and Dasher. U.S. 41 encircles Valdosta to the east and north, then combines with I-75 north to Hahira. Continuing into Cook County, U.S. 41 stays east of the freeway to Cecil. Through Adel and Sparks, U.S. 41 was formerly part of Business Loop I-75.

North from Lenox, enters Tift County en route to Tifton. U.S. 41 through Tifton was once part of Business Loop I-75. The route concluded to the north where U.S. 41 shifts west from I-75. Another business loop from I-75 coincided with U.S. 41 from Sycamore north to Ashburn in Turner County.

Continuing into Crisp County, U.S. 41 stays west of I-75 to Arabi and Cordele. Through Dooly County, U.S. 41 travels to Vienna and Pinehurst before looping east of I-75 through Unadilla. U.S. 41 shifts west of I-75 again through Houston County to Perry.

I-75 and U.S. 41 switch sides again northward from Perry to Warner Robins, Centerville and into Macon-Bibb County. Crossing I-75 at Exit 160, U.S. 41 passes well west of Downtown Macon, with U.S. 41BU connecting to the city center. U.S. 41 parallels I-75 closely through Bolingbroke in Monroe County, where the highway meets Interstate 475.

U.S. 41 branches west from the I-75 corridor at Forsyth, heading to U.S. 341 at the Lamar County seat of Barnesville, then turning northwest to Milner and Pike County. Within Spalding County, U.S. 19 combines with U.S. 41 north along a freeway bypass of Griffin while U.S. 19BU/41BU loop east into the county seat.

Passing through Hampton in Henry County, Lovejoy and Joneboro in Clayton County, U.S. 19/41 overlap northward into the Atlanta metropolitan area. The two routes meet I-75 at Exit 235 ahead of Forest Park and I-285 at Mountain View. Through south Fulton County, U.S. 19/41 angle northwest across I-75 at Exit 239 into Hapeville. Metropolitan Parkway leads U.S. 19/41 to Adair Park in Atlanta, and Northside Drive to the west of Downtown.

U.S. 19 separates from U.S. 41 along 14th Street NW at the Home Park neighborhood north of Downtown Atlanta. U.S. 41 remains along Northside across I-75 into Buckhead, Atlanta. U.S. 41 then shifts west of I-75 ahead of Vinings and Smyrna in Cobb County.

U.S. 41 constitutes a heavily developed arterial route northwest through Marietta, Kennesaw and the Cobb County suburbs. Staying west of I-75, U.S. 41 progresses north into Bartow County through Emerson, Cartersville and Adairsville. U.S. 41 again shifts east of I-75 from Calhoun to Resaca in Gordon County.

Similar to Valdosta, U.S. 41 at Dalton circumvents the Whitfield County seat to the east. U.S. 76 combines with U.S. 41 around the north side of the city. The two meet I-75 at Exit 336 before turning northwest to Tunnel Hill and I-75 again at Exit 345. Through Catoosa County, U.S. 41/76 link the seat of Ringgold with Indian Springs and East Ridge, Tennessee.

Atlanta, GA - 1952

U.S. 41 following Atlanta Road northwest from Atlanta to Marrieta in 1952. U.S. 41 along Northside Drive, Northside Parkway and Cobb Parkway was shown as Temporary U.S. 41.

    Connect with:
    Interstate 75
    Interstate 285 - Atlanta Perimeter Highway
    Interstate 475
    U.S. 19
    U.S. 82
    U.S. 84

    Page Updated 03-26-2022.

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