U.S. 331

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U.S. 331 travels 103 miles north from the Florida state line near Florala to Montgomery in south central Alabama. The rural highway links Opp with the town of Brantley and the Crenshaw County seat of Luverne. The north end was relocated south from Downtown Montgomery to U.S. 80-82 and SR 21 on South Boulevard with approval by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) on June 2, 1990.

U.S. 331 North
The former northbound split of U.S. 331 and U.S. 84 east outside Downtown Opp. The two routes now bypass the city to the east. Photo taken 11/25/01.
U.S. 331 north approaching South Boulevard in Montgomery. Photo taken 12/07/99.
End shield assembly for U.S. 331 at U.S. 80/82 and SR 21 (South Boulevard). Originally U.S. 331 extended north to a terminus near the Alabama State Capital complex Downtown. Photo taken 12/07/99.
U.S. 331 South
A historic look at the merge of U.S. 331 south and U.S. 84 west in Opp. The two routes intersected the west end of SR 134 nearby. Photo taken 11/25/01.
Beyond the overlap with U.S. 84 west through Downtown Opp, U.S. 331 turned southward to meet the then north end of Alabama 52. All routes through Opp were relocated to an arterial bypass around the east and south sides of the city. Photo taken 11/25/01.



Photo Credits:

    12/07/99 by AARoads. 11/25/01 by AARoads and Adam Froehlig.

Connect with:
U.S. 80
U.S. 82
U.S. 84

Page Updated 02-11-2003.