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The bulk of which is a four lane highway, U.S. 84 crosses South Georgia from the Alabama state line west of Jakin, 259.03 miles to Interstate 95 near Midway. U.S. 84 joins Dothan, Alabama with Bainbridge via Donalsonville, Iron City and Brinson. Through Bainbridge, U.S. 84 follows a freeway bypass to the south and overlapping with U.S. 27 for 3.11 miles. U.S. 27 angles southeast to Tallahassee, Florida while U.S. 84 turns east to Cairo and Thomasville.

U.S. 84 combines with U.S. 319 for 3.05 miles along the north side of Thomasville and with U.S. 19 for 2.85 miles along a commercialized arterial bypass to the east. Continuing from Boston into Brooks County, U.S. 84 merges with U.S. 221 at Quitman. The two overlap for 33.08 miles into Valdosta, where Business Loop I-75 accompanies the two on Hill Avenue between I-75 and U.S. 41 Business at Downtown.

U.S. 84 leaves Valdosta along a linear course to Naylor, Stockton in southern Lanier County and the Clinch County seat of Homerville. Construction completing the four lane expansion along U.S. 84 between U.S. 441 at Homerville and U.S. 1/23/82 at Waycross was completed in 2018.

Through Waycross, U.S. 84 follows Victory Drive north to U.S. 1-23-82/SR 520 (South Georgia Parkway). U.S. 84 overlaps with the four routes east 1.16 miles to the intersection of Jane and McDonald Streets. U.S. 84 shifts one block south onto Francis Street and then three blocks east to Plant Avenue below the viaduct taking U.S. 1-23-82/SR 520 over a CSX Railroad line. Plant Avenue angles U.S. 84 northeast to Downtown, where U.S. 1-23 Business dog leg along side for 0.13 miles between Carswell Avenue (former SR 122) and Ossie Davis Parkway. U.S. 84 previously entered Waycross along a combination of Missouri Avenue north from Emerson Park to Glenmore Avenue and St. Nicholls Street. The relocation westward onto Victory Drive was approved by American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) on May 23, 1984.

U.S. 84 continues northeast from Waycross to Pierce County and SR 121 at Blackshear. The arterial route U.S. 84 takes through the city of Blackshear was completed in 1968 as a new alignment of U.S. 82 per the American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO) on June 18, 1968. Connecting Jesup and Hinesville, U.S. 84 follows the previous route of U.S. 82. The eastern extent joins Fort Stewart with Interstate 95 in Liberty County.

Prior to 1988, when AASHTO approved the exchange between U.S. 82 and U.S. 84, U.S. 84 extended east from Waycross to the city of Brunswick. Both U.S. 82 and U.S. 84 were relocated so that U.S. 84 continued northeast from Waycross to I-95 at Midway, and U.S. 82 overtook former U.S. 84 east to I-95 outside Brunswick. The changes were made to simplify navigation, with the corridors from Valdosta to Savannah and Tifton to Brunswick using a single route number.

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A number of State Routes were decommissioned within the city of Bainbridge. SR 97 was realigned to bypass Downtown along U.S. 84 east 2.72 miles from Faceville Road to Whigham Dairy Road in 2020.

When it was completed, the U.S. 84 freeway through Bainbridge was designated as SR 38 Loop. AASHO approved the relocation of both U.S. 27 and U.S. 84 onto it on October 14, 1967. U.S. 84 Business was assigned to Shotwell Street (old U.S. 84) across the city, and dropped from Dothan Road across the Flint River to West Bainbridge. Dothan Road was renumbered as U.S. 27 Business.

AASHTO approved the relocation of U.S. 84 onto the 4.8 mile long Thomasville bypass on June 26, 1985. The same action established a Business loop for U.S. 84 along the former route to Downtown, and realigned U.S. 84 to run in tandem with U.S. 19 south for 2.8 miles to a diamond interchange with Smith Avenue (former U.S. 84 west).

U.S. 84 State Route 38 East

Entering Early County, U.S. 84 is the High D. Broome, Sr. Parkway.
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SR 370 stems north from U.S. 84, 12.61 miles to SR 62 east of Columbia, Alabama.
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The unincorporated community of Cedar Springs lies 4.7 miles north of U.S. 84 via SR 370 and Cedar Springs Road.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 enters the rural city of Jakin in southern Early County.
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U.S. 84 crosses the Seminole County line 6.86 miles east of the Alabama border.
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SR 91 Alternate parallels SR 91 two blocks to the west through the city of Donalsonville.
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SR 91 Alt follows Wiley Avenue 0.75 miles south to SR 91 along Marianna Highway and 1.10 miles north to SR 91 just beyond the Donalsonville city line.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 (3rd Street) east at SR 39/91 (Tennille Avenue).
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Iron City lies four miles southeast of Donalsonville along U.S. 84, followed by Brinson in nine miles.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 resumes as a four lane, divided highway beyond E 7th Street and the Donalsonville city line.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 shift southward through the town of Iron City.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 meet the south end of SR 45 at Church Street in Iron City.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 converge with the east end of SR 285 just into Decatur County.
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State Route 285 (Bartow-Gibson Highway) leads 13.97 miles west to SR 91 north of Steam Mill.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 proceed ten miles east from SR 285 to the city of Bainbridge.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 enter the town of Brinson at Spring Creek.
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SR 310 travels south along Hodges Street across Brinson to U.S. 84/SR 38.
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State Route 310 goes 21.71 miles north from SR 253 near Bethany to U.S. 27 at Colquitt.
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Continuing east from SR 310, U.S. 84/SR 38 reach Bainbridge in nine miles and Cairo in 31 miles.
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Entering the city of Bainbridge along U.S. 84/SR 38 eastbound. Incorporated on December 22, 1829, Bainbridge was named for the commander of the U.S. Constitution, "Old Ironsides" Commodore William Bainbridge.1
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Advancing east, U.S. 84 approaches SR 253 Spur (Airport Road) south, U.S. 27 Business (Dothan Road) south and U.S. 27 north.
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Combining with U.S. 27, U.S. 84 turns south along a freeway bypassing Downtown Bainbridge.
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SR 253 Spur connects U.S. 84 with SR 253 (Spring Creek Road) 1.05 miles to the south.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 join U.S. 27/SR 1 south at a diamond interchange. RIRO ramps previously linked southbound U.S. 27 with U.S. 84 via Airport Road (SR 253 Spur).
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 27 State Route 1 South

U.S. 27/84 head southeast from Dothan Road to a diamond interchange with SR 253 (Spring Creek Road). SR 253 measures 43.33 miles from Butlers Ferry Landing off Lake Seminole to SR 91 southwest of Newton.
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U.S. 84-SR 38 Business branch eastward from U.S. 27/84 at the succeeding exit for Shotwell Street east and Old Quincy Road (former SR 97 Connector) south.
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U.S. 27/84 span the Flint River across a pair of 1959-built bridges.
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Decommissioned by 2016, SR 97 Connector (Old Quincy Road) provided a cutoff from U.S. 27/84 to SR 97 (Faceville Road) south.
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A 3.00 mile long route through Downtown along Shotwell Street, U.S. 84-SR 38 Business were added in place of SR 97 Conn on guide signs by 2016.
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Curve southeast across CSX and Georgia Southwestern Railroad lines, U.S. 27/84 next meet SR 97 (Faceville Highway) and SR 309 (West Street) at a split diamond interchange.
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SR 97 travels 21 miles southwest to the Florida state line (CR 269A) near Chattahoochee. SR 309 stems south 14.56 miles to Fowlstown and the state line (CR 159). Prior to 2020, SR 97/309 overlapped north along West Street to Downtown Bainbridge.
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SR 97 spans U.S. 27/84 east to West Street before turning south to join the freeway ahead of the diamond interchange with U.S. 27-SR 1 Business north.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 27 State Route 1 South State Route 97 North

U.S. 27/SR 1 resume a southward heading from the Bainbridge bypass along Tallahassee Highway 18.61 miles to Attapulgus and the Florida state line north of Havana.
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U.S. 27/SR 1 part ways with U.S. 84/SR 38-97 where U.S. 27-SR 1 Business ties in from Scott Street in Bainbridge to the north.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East State Route 97 North

Lake Douglas Road crosses over U.S. 84/SR 38-97 just east of the diamond interchange with U.S. 27 (Tallahassee Highway).
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Completed by June 30, 2020, a $3.2 million project reconfigures the end of the Bainbridge Bypass to directly transition onto Thomasville Road east at Shotwell Street. The split ramps at Shotwell Street were consolidated and a new signalized intersection constructed with U.S. 84BU/SR 1BU.2
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Traffic formerly split into a single lane ramp taking U.S. 84/SR 38 east onto Thomasville Road and a short ramp to a stop sign for U.S. 84BU/SR 1BU (Shotwell Street) west.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 and SR 97 pass just north of Twin Lakes ahead of their split at Whigham Dairy Road.
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SR 97 lines Whigham Dairy Road 1.7 miles north to its original alignment with SR 309 along Vada Road. The state route joins Bainbridge with Camilla.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East


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SR 262 branches north from U.S. 27 near the Florida state line to cross paths with U.S. 84/SR 38 in the city of Climax.
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SR 262 south to U.S. 27 leads motorists to Havana and Tallahassee, Florida. SR 262 north connects with SR 97 to Camilla.
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SR 262 measures 44.41 miles overall north to the Mitchell County line and east to SR 93 near Pelham.
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E Broad Street, old U.S. 84 through Climax, ties into U.S. 84/SR 38 ahead of this shield assembly.
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Span wire shields for U.S. 84/SR 38 mark the intersection with McGriff Street in Downtown Whigham. McGriff Street was part of State Route 179 south to SR 111 and north to SR 65 in Mitchell County.
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Old US 84 loops 4.4 miles north across Wolf Creek from U.S. 84/SR 38 east of Whigham.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 transitions from a divided highway into a five lane boulevard on the outskirts of Cairo.
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SR 112 is a 22.95 mile long highway heading north from U.S. 84 in Cairo to SR 97 at Camilla.
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SR 93/111 were realigned off Broad Street through Downtown Cairo onto an overlap with U.S. 84/SR 38, 0.51 miles east to SR 188 and over SR 188 to 4th Avenue SE.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East State Route 93 State Route 111 South

SR 188 (5th Street NE) was truncated 0.59 miles north to U.S. 84 due to the relocation of SR 93/111.
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State Route 188 forms a 34.54 mile long arc northeast to Ochlocknee, Coolidge and SR 33 near Pavo.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East


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SR 38 Connector (1st Avenue NE) provides a cutoff from U.S. 84 west to SR 93/111 (5th Street). The state route was previously SR 38 Spur when it extended west to SR 93/111 along Broad Street.
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Since removed, a wide swath of pavement was leftover at the east end of then SR 38 Spur from when U.S. 84 defaulted onto 1st Avenue NE.
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Crossing Barnetts Creek, U.S. 84/SR 38 enters Thomas County.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East


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U.S. 84 turns off its original alignment into Thomasville onto a four lane bypass to the north of the city.
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The four lane bypass of Thomasville replaced Old Cassidy Road east from Greenwood Lake toward SR 3 Alternate.
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Cairo Road angles southeast to U.S. 319 and North Boulevard. North Boulevard continues onto U.S. 84BU/SR 38BU toward Downtown Thomasville.
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U.S. 319 follows the West Thomasville Bypass south to W Jackson Street.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 319 State Route 35 North

U.S. 84/SR 38 east and U.S. 319/SR 35 north overlap 3.05 miles east along the North Thomasville Bypass.
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SR 3 ALT leads 18.22 miles south from SR 111 at Meigs to Ochlocknee and U.S. 84/319 at U.S. 84BU (Albany Road).
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SR 3 ALT was formerly a part of U.S. 19BU north to Ochlocknee.
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U.S. 84BU/SR 38BU extend Albany Road south to Downtown Thomasville. The 4.82 mile long loop rendezvous with U.S. 84 at U.S. 19 via Smith Avenue.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 319 State Route 35 North State Route 3 ALT South

State Route 3 ALT accompanies U.S. 84/319 east 2.68 miles back to U.S. 19.
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County Line Road extends north from Glenwood Drive to U.S. 19 at SR 202.
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U.S. 84/319 part ways at U.S. 19 beyond a set of three schools on the northeast side of Thomasville.
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U.S. 19 enters the Thomasville area paired with State Route 300 south from Albany.
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U.S. 319 continues along the North Thomasville Bypass another 1.08 miles to SR 35 Connector (Moultre Road) before turning north to Coolidge.
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U.S. 84 combines with U.S. 19 south 2.85 miles to Smith Avenue. Albany is 54 miles to the north.
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State Route 300, which accompanies U.S. 19 south to the Florida state line, and runs north to Interstate 75 at Coredele, is part of the Georgia-Florida Parkway.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 19 State Route 3 State Route 300 South

Confirming markers posted south of U.S. 319. The erroneous SR 84 shield was still posted as of May 2019.
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U.S. 19/84 enter the Thomasville city limits along the ensuing stretch. Downtown lies 2.6 miles to the southwest along Jackson Street (old U.S. 319).
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SR 35 Connector overlays 1.15 miles of former U.S. 319 (Moultrie Road) northeast to U.S. 319 at the North Thomasville Bypass.
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Monticello, Florida lies 22 miles to the south of SR 35 Connector along U.S. 19.
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U.S. 19/84 next intersect the west end of SR 122 (Pavo Road) at Remington Avenue. State Route 122 runs 98.31 miles east to U.S. 1-23-82 at Waycross.
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U.S. 84 splits with U.S. 19 south at a diamond interchange with Smith Avenue.
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U.S. 19/SR 3-300 continue 13.70 miles south to the Florida state line.
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U.S. 84BU/SR 38BU tie into the exchange with U.S. 19/84 from Smith Avenue east from Downtown Thomasville.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East

The grade separation at U.S. 84, U.S. 84BU and U.S. 19 dates back to 1958.
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Formerly a part of State Route 364, Old Highway 84 west branches southeast from U.S. 84 to Jefferson Street in the city of Boston.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 enter Boston north of the city street grid.
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Stone Street leads south from U.S. 84 toward Downtown Boston.
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SR 33 runs north from U.S. 84/SR 38 in Boston to Barwick and Pavo. The state route formerly extended south along Boston Monticello Road to the Florida state line.
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The speed limit increases to 65 miles per hour beyond the Boston city limits.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 continue east to the unincorporated community of Dixie.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 pass south of Bowen Millpond east from this shield assembly at Dewberry Road.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 converge with Dixie Road just ahead of the Quitman city line. Dixie Road represents the easternmost extent of former SR 364 along old U.S. 84.
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Screven Street leads U.S. 84/SR 38 east into the Quitman business district.
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U.S. 221 and SR 76-333 overlap 0.81 miles north along Court Street to U.S. 84/SR 38 (Screven Street) in Downtown Quitman.
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U.S. 221 travels southwest from Quitman to Greenville, Florida. SR 333 branches southeast to Florida State Road 53 north of Madison.
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State Route 76 is the counterpart for the southern 10.91 miles of U.S. 221 in Georgia.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 221 State Route 76 State Route 333 North
U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 221 North

U.S. 221 combines with U.S. 84 east from Quitman to Valdosta. SR 76/333 accompany the two routes for three blocks along Screven Street to Washington Street north.
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The confirming markers for U.S. 84/221 and SR 38 east of Highland Road mark the former alignment of SR 76 north to Courtland Avenue.
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The north and east banners for U.S. 84/221 by Highland Road were incorrectly switched between 2013 and 2016.
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U.S. 84/221 advance east from the Withlacoochee River to Ousley Road by the CSX Railroad siding of Ousley.
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U.S. 84-221/SR 38 transition into a five lane boulevard east of Rocky Ford Road into Valdosta.
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Entering the city of Valdosta, U.S. 84/221 meet Interstate 75.
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Lake Park is a city along U.S. 41 to the south of Valdosta. Moody AFB lies north of Valdosta along SR 125 from U.S. 41.
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A folded diamond interchange joins U.S. 84/221 (Hill Avenue) with Interstate 75 adjacent to the CSX Railroad.
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Lake City, Florida, where Interstate 75 meets I-10, is the southbound control point.
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Although unmarked initially, U.S. 84/221 (Hill Avenue) east from the southbound I-75 off-ramp is Business Loop I-75.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East Business Loop I-75 U.S. 221 North

Interstate 75 travels north from Valdosta to Tifton, Macon and Atlanta.
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The lone shield for Business Loop I-75 posted along U.S. 84/221 (Hill Avenue) eastbound appears after the exchange with Interstate 75.
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Confirming markers posted after Hill Avenue intersects the south end of SR 133 (St. Augustine Road).
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U.S. 84/221-SR 38 and Business Loop I-75 proceed east to Downtown Valdosta, separating into a one way couplet along Hill Avenue east and Central Avenue west.
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U.S. 41BU/SR 7BU split along Ashley Street north and Patterson Street south for 0.41 miles between the Jim Beck Overpass and Magnolia Street.
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U.S. 41 bypasses Valdosta to the east along an arterial bypass while U.S. 41 Business follows the original route for 7.04 miles.
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The turn of Business Loop I-75 onto U.S. 41BU/SR 7BU (Ashley Street) is unmarked.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 221 North


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Valdosta City Hall is one block to the north from U.S. 84/221 (Hill Avenue) along Lee Street.
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The one way couplet for U.S. 84/221 through Valdosta concludes at the five way intersection with Central Avenue west and Forrest Street.
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U.S. 84/221 transition into a rural, divided highway east from Knights Creek. The two part ways at U.S. 41/SR 7-31 in eastern Valdosta.
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U.S. 221 runs 1.89 miles north along side U.S. 41/SR 7-31 to Park Avenue.
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Perimeter Road encircles Valdosta north to Interstate 75 and south along SR 31 to Madison Highway by Valdosta Regional Airport (VLD).
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East

The roadways of U.S. 84/SR 38 separate through the unincorporated community of Stockton.
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The town of DuPont lies seven miles east of U.S. 129 and Stockton along U.S. 84/SR 38.
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Speed limits increase to 65 miles per hour away from Stockton on U.S. 84/SR 38 eastbound.
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The 3.35 mile segment of U.S. 84/SR 38 across southern Lanier County concludes at the Clinch County line.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 converges with the east end of State Route 37 outside Homerville.
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SR 37 leads back west to the Lanier County seat of Lakeland.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 separate into a one way couplet through central Homerville.
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A U-turn ramp connects with U.S. 84/SR 38 (Dame Avenue) west after Gillican Circle.
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Eastbound U.S. 84/SR 38 along Dame Avenue overtake Plant Avenue at forthcoming College Street.
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Plant Street runs directly along side the CSX Railroad into Downtown Homerville.
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Forthcoming U.S. 441/SR 89 follows Church Street through Downtown Homerville.
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U.S. 441 travels south to Fargo and Lake City, Florida.
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North from Homerville, U.S. 441/SR 89 head to U.S. 221 at Pearson.
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The separate roadways for U.S. 84/SR 37 at Homerville reunite east of Frank S. Sessoms Memorial Highway.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 cross Woodyard Creek on the exit from Homerville.
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U.S. 84 was realigned to bypass the town of Argyle to the north along a new four lane highway. The former route ran along Main Street.
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Main Street (old U.S. 84) at Jamestown Road in Argyle.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 enter Ware County just beyond Little Suwannee Creek.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East

U.S. 84 east at Jim Mixon Road within the unincorporated community of Manor.
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Four laning of U.S. 84 east from Cloughs Bay included realigning the route southward along a CSX Railroad line.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 curve northward onto Victory Drive into the city of Waycross.
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Glenmore Avenue east from Wadley Road represents the former alignment of U.S. 84 northeast into Waycross. This span wire assembly follows along Victory Drive northbound.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 overlap with U.S. 1-23-82/SR 520 east toward Downtown Waycross. U.S. 1-23-82 bypass the west side of the city.
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U.S. 82 doubles as SR 520 east to Brunswick and west to Dawson.
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U.S. 1 U.S. 23 State Route 4 South U.S. 82 U.S. 84 State Route 38 State Route 520 East


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U.S. 84/SR 38 turn south from U.S. 1-23-84 (Jane Street) onto McDonald Street to connect with Francis Street east below the forthcoming viaduct over the CSX Railroad.
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U.S. 1-23-82/SR 4-520 shift southward beyond U.S. 84/SR 38 along an S-curve to Stephenson Street.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East

U.S. 84/SR 38 (Plant Avenue) combine with U.S. 1BU northeast from Memorial Drive at Downtown Waycross.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East U.S. 1 Business North

U.S. 1BU branches northwest from U.S. 84 (Plant Street) along side U.S. 23BU on Ossie Davis Parkway 8.23 miles back to U.S. 1/23.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 East

U.S. 84/SR 38 east at the Pierce County seat of Blackshear.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 West

U.S. 84/SR 38 split with U.S. 84BU/SR 38 BU (Shotwell Street) for a freeway bypass of Bainbridge. The business loop heads 3.00 miles west through Downtown.
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Construction finished by June 30, 2020 reconfigured the the east end of the Bainbridge bypass by realigning Shotwell Street into a signalized T-intersection with U.S. 84/SR 38.
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The five mile long freeway taking U.S. 84 across Bainbridge is the Governor Martin Griffin Memorial Bypass.
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The first of five interchanges along the Bainbridge bypass joins U.S. 84/SR 97 with U.S. 27 (Tallahassee Highway) and U.S. 27 Business (Tallahassee Road). U.S. 27 travels southeast to Attapulgus and Havana, Florida.
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U.S. 27 Business follows a stair stepped route 6.92 miles northwest to Downtown Bainbridge and West Bainbridge.
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U.S. 27/SR 1 combine with U.S. 84/SR 38 westbound ahead of their split with SR 97 south at SR 309 and West Street.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 West U.S. 27 State Route 1 North State Route 97 South

SR 97 dog legs north along West Street to Louise Street for Faceville Highway leading southwest out of Bainbridge. The state route extends 21.57 miles to the Florida state line (CR 269A) east of Chattahoochee.
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SR 309 (West Street) runs 12.57 miles north from the Florida state line to Fowlstown and U.S. 27/84 at SR 97. Prior to 2020, SR 309 overlapped with SR 97 northward 0.75 miles to U.S. 27BU-84BU in Downtown Bainbridge.
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U.S. 84 State Route 38 West U.S. 27 State Route 1 North

Turning northwest, U.S. 27/84 converge with the west end of U.S. 84BU/SR 38BU (Shotwell Street) at a parclo interchange.
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Decommissioned by 2016, SR 97 Connector was a 1.3 mile long route linking U.S. 84BU/SR 38B (Shotwell Street) with SR 97 (Faceville Highway) via Old Quincy Road to the south.
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U.S. 27/84 navigate through an S-curve at the exchange with Shotwell Street. The freeway next meets SR 253 (Spring Creek Road).
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The Bainbridge bypass narrows across a pair of bridges built in 1959. The Flint River flows southward to Lake Seminole, combining with the Chattahoochee River in Florida to form the Apalachicola River en route to the Gulf of Mexico.
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A 43.33 mile long highway, State Route 253 (Spring Creek Road) ventures west to Lake Seminole and north to SR 91 in Baker County.
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U.S. 84 parts ways with U.S. 27 at a diamond interchange with U.S. 27BU/SR 1 BU (Dothan Road) by West Bainbridge.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 (Wiregrass Georgia Parkway) leave the Bainbridge area for Brinson, Iron City, Donalsonville and Dothan in southeastern Alabama. U.S. 27 continues north to Colquitt and Columbus.
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U.S. 84/SR 38 intersect the south end of SR 370 before crossing the Chattahoochee River into Houston County, Alabama.
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Sources:
  1. georgia.gov - City of Bainbridge. http://bainbridge.georgia.gov/
  2. "Bainbridge Bypass Construction: What’s Going On?" SOWEGALive (Bainbridge, GA), March 22, 2019.

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