Highway Route Info Routes 1 - 25


Mileage may vary 2 to 4 miles from stated figures.
Terminus cities in some cases are the closest town. Odd numbers run North/South.
Even numbers run East/West.



















































Mileage:              332

N Terminus:       Tennessee State Line

S Terminus:        Florida State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S. 431, Tennessee State Line, 2 miles N of Fisk
                          to Dothan.
                          Unsigned state designation for U. S. 231, Dothan to Florida State Line, 2 miles S
                          of Madrid.

History:              Routed with U. S. 241, Tenn. Line-Dothan(1940); Routed with U. S. 231,
                          Dothan-Fla Line(1940);
                          Huntsville-Tenn line(1953) Rerouted with U. S. 231, Tenn line-Dothan(1954)

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Mileage:              170

E Terminus:        Tennessee State Line

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S. 72, Tennesse State Line, 3 miles N of
                          Bridgeport to Mississippi State Line, 8 miles W of Cherokee.

History:              Alone, Stout, TN-Florence; With U. S.72, Florence-Tenn line(1940)
                           Renumbered Ala 20, Florence-Stout, TN(1957); Became state designation for
                          entire route of U. S. 72(1957)

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Mileage:              415

N Terminus:       Tennessee State Line

S Terminus:        Spanish Fort

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S.31, Tennesse State Line, Along U. S. 241, 2 miles
                          W of Ardmore to Spanish Fort.

History:              Routed with U. S.31, Tenn line-Stableton(1940); Routed alone, Stableton-
                          Gulf Shores(1940)
                          Renumbered Ala 59, Stableton-Gulf Shores(1957)

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Mileage:              201

E Terminus:       Georgia State Line

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S.78, Georgia State Line, at Ranburne, to Jasper;
                          5 miles E of Carbon Hill to Winfield.
                          Marked state route, along U. S.78, Jasper to 5 miles E of Carbon Hill; Winfield
                          to Mississippi State Line, 5 miles W of Bexar.

History:              ALDOT Maps from 1965 thru 1995 show Ala 4 routed with Ala 5, Jasper to Natural
                          Bridge; No other changes were noted since 1940.


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Mileage:              201

N Terminus:       Natural Bridge

S Terminus:        Thomasville

Current Route:   Alone, Natural Bridge - Lynn - Nauvoo - Jasper;
                          Along
U. S.78, Jasper - Sumiton - Graysville - Birmingham;
                          Along U. S.11, Birmingham - Bessemer; Along I 20/59, Bessemer - Woodstock;
                          Alone, Woodstock - West Blocton
                          With Ala 25, Brent - Harrisburg
                         Alone, Harrisburg-Heilberger-Marion-Browns-Safford-Alberta-Catherine-Lamison-
                          Kimbrough-Pine Hill-Sunny South - Thomasville.


History:              Original Route: Alone Florence-Russellville-Phil Campbell-Haleyville-Jasper;
                          With U. S.78, Jasper-Birmingham;
                          With U. S. 11, Birmingham-Woodstock;
                          Alone, Woodstock-Thomasville;
                          With U. S.43, Thomasville-Mobile(1940)
                          Establised S. terminus, Thomasville(1957)
                          Renumbered Ala 195, Jasper-Haleyville(1957)
                          Rerouted Jasper-Natural Bridge-Haleyville(1957)
                          Unsigned Natural Bridge-Phil Campbell (1980)
                          Established N. terminus, Natural Bridge(1999)

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Mileage:              238

E Terminus:       Georgia State Line

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S. 82, Georgia State Line, at Eufaula to Mississippi
                          State Line.

History:               Original Route Alone, Eufaula-Union Springs-Montgomery-Centreville-Tuscaloosa;
                          With U. S. 82,Tuscaloosa-Gordo-Reform-Miss line(1940);
                          Routed with U. S. 82, Eufaula-Union Springs-Montgomery-Centreville-
                          Tuscaloosa(1948)
                          Only a 3 mile section in Prattville is signed Ala 6, otherwise state designation
                          is unsigned.

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Mileage:              263

N Terminus:       Georgia State Line

S Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S. 11, Georgia State Line, 3 miles NE of
                          Sulphur Springs to Mississippi State Line, at Cuba.

History:              Designated, alone, replacing old U. S.11, Bucksville-Cottondale(1946);
                          Renumbered Ala 116(1947)


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Mileage:              212

E Terminus:       Georgia State Line

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S. 80, Georgia State Line, at Phenix City,
                          to Mississippi State Line, at Cuba.

History:              No noted changes since 1940

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Mileage:              282

N Terminus:       Georgia State Line

S Terminus:        Florida State Line

Current Route:   Alone,Georgia State Line, 15 miles E of Cedar Bluff-Cedar Bluff-Centre-Coloma-
                          Piedmont-White Plains-DeArmanville.
                          With
U. S.78, DeArmanville-Heflin.
                          Alone, Heflin-Hollis Crossroads-Delta-Lineville-Ashland-Millerville-Goodwater-
                          Equaility-Central-Wetumpka.
                          Hidden, with U. S. 231 and Ala 21, Wetumpka-Montgomery.
                          Hidden, with Ala 21, North Blvd-Court St. , Montgomery.
                          Unsigned state designation for U. S.331, Montgomery-Florida State Line

History:              Original Route: Heflin-Goodwater-Wetumpka-Montgomery -Luverne(1940)
                          Hidden with U. S. 331, Montgomery-Luverne;(1953)
                          Exteneded S, hidden with U. S. 331 replacing old Ala 15, Luverne-Florala(1953)
                          Hidden with U.S.231, Montgomery-Wetumpka(1953)
                          Extended S, replacing old Ala 37, Heflin- Pidmont-Centre;(1956)
                          Replacing old Ala 23, Centre-Lawrence- Ga line(1956)

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Mileage:              232

E Terminus:       Georgia State Line

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Alone, Georgia State Line, 5 miles NE of Shorterville-Shorterville-Abbeville-Graball-
                          Blue Springs-Clio-Brundidge.
                          With
U. S. 231, Brundidge-Troy.
                          With U. S. 29, Troy-Luverne
                          With U. S. 331, Luverne-Rutledge
                          Alone, Rutledge-Greenville-Awin-Pine Apple-Oak Hill Rosebud-Camden.
                          With Ala 28, 5 miles E of Camden-Camden.
                          Alone, Camden-Yellow Bluff-Pine Hill-Vineland-Dixons Mills-Sweetwater-
                          Nanfalia-Butler-Lisman-Yantley-Mississippi State Line, 5 miles NW of Yantley.

History:              Original Route: Miss line-Butler-Mt. Sterling-Dixon Mill-Pine Hill-Camden-
                          Oak Hill-Pine Apple-Greenville-Luverne-Troy-Brundidge-Clio-Clopton-
                          Abbeville-Ga line(1940)
                          Rerouted, with Ala 28, Camden-Millers Ferry(1948)
                          Rerouted, replacing old Ala 96, Millers Ferry-Kimboro(1948)
                          Renumbered Ala 162, Millers Ferry-Kimboro(1972)
                          Rerouted, replacing old Ala 164, Camden-Pine Hill(1972)

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Mileage:              0

Current Route:   Not currently used as a state route number

History:              Original Route: Piedmont-Atmore(1940).
                          Renumbered Ala 209, Lowndesboro-Atmore(1956)
                          Renumbered
Ala 21, Piedmont-Snow Hill;(1957)
                          Renumbered Ala 41, Camden-Monroeville;(1957)
                          Renumbered Ala 21, Monroeville-Atmore- Fla Line(1957)


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Mileage:              232

E Terminus:       Georgia State Line

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S. 84, Georgia State Line, 2 miles E of Gordon
                          to Mississippi State Line, at Isney.


History:               Original Route: With U. S.84, Ga line-Dothan;
                          Alone, Dothan-Hartford-Geneva-Samson-Opp;
                          With U. S. 29, Opp-Andalusia-Brewton-Flomaton;
                          With U. S.31, Flomaton-Mobile;
                          With U. S.90, Mobile-Miss. Line(1940)
                          Renumbered Ala 52, Dothan-Hartford-Geneva-Opp(1957)
                          Rerouted, along U. S.84, Dothan-Grove Hill(1957)
                          Extended alone, Grove Hill-Coffeeville(1957)
                          Extended alone, Coffeeville-Isney-Miss line(1959)
                          Renumbered U. S.84, Grove Hill-Coffeeville-Isney-Miss line(1967)
                         

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Mileage:              337

N Terminus:       Tennessee State Line

S Terminus:        Mobile

Current Route:   With
U. S. 43, Tennessee State Line, 1 mile N of Green Hill-Green Hill-1 mile
                          W of Killen.
                          With U. S.72, 1 mile W of Killen-Florence
                          With U. S.43 and Ala 17, Florence-Muscle Shoals-Littleville-Russellville-1 mile
                          NW of Spruce Pine
                          Alone, 1 mile NW of Spruce Pine-Spruce Pine-Phil Campbell-Bear Creek-Haleyville-
                          Delmar-Natural Bridge-
                          Eldridge-4 miles W of Berry.
                          With U. S.43, 4 miles W of Berry-New Lexington-2 miles W of Northport.
                          Hidden, with U. S.43, Northport-Tuscaloosa.
                          Hidden, with U. S.11 and U. S.43, Tuscaloosa-Fosters-Knoxville-Eutaw
                          Hidden, with U. S.43, Eutaw-Forkland-Demopolis-Liden-Dixon Mills-Thomasville-
                          Grove Hill-Wagarville-Sunflower-McIntosh-Mt Vernon-Creola-Satsuma-Saraland-
                          Chickasaw-Mobile.

History:               Original Route: With U. S.43,Tennessee State Line-Tuscaloosa;
                          Alone, Tuscaloosa-Greensboro;
                          With U. S.43, Linden-Thomasville(1940)
                          Renumbered Ala 69, Tuscaloosa-Linden;
                          Rerouted hidden with U. S. 43, Tuscaloosa-Mobile(1957)
                         
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Mileage:              247

E Terminus:       Opelika

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Opelika-Loachapoka-Notasulga-Tallassee-Burlington-Claud-Wetumpka-
                          Elmore-Prattville-Autaugaville-Mulberry-Burnsville-Brantley-Selma-Suttle-Sprott-
                          Marion-Folsom-Greensboro-Sawyerville-Wedgeworth-Eutaw-Clinton-
                          Pleasant Ridge-Aliceville-
                          McMullen-Pickensville-Mississippi State Line, 10 miles NW of Pickensville.

History:               Original Route: Auburn-Tallassee-Wetumpka-Prattville-Selma(1940)
                          Extended W, replacing old
Ala 43, Selma-Sprott-Marion;
                          Replacing old Ala 41, Marion-Greensboro-Eutaw;
                          Replacing old Ala 40, Eutaw-Miss line(1957)
                          Extended E, replacing old U. S. 29, Auburn-Opelika(1980)
                         

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Mileage:              237

N Terminus:       Georgia State Line

S Terminus:        Florida State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S. 29, Georgia State Line, 2 miles E of Lanett
                          to Florida State Line, at Flomaton.

History:               Original Route: With U. S. 29, Lanett-Troy;
                          Alone, Troy-Elba;
                          With U. S.84, Elba-Opp;
                          Alone, Opp-Florala(1940)
                          Renumbered U. S. 331/Ala 9, Opp-Florala(1953)
                          Renumbered Ala 87, Troy-Elba(1957)
                          Redesignated hidden state route entirely for U. S. 29(1957)
                         

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Mileage:              77

E Terminus:       Florida State Line

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S.90, Florida State Line, 4 miles E of Seminole
                          to Mississippi State Line, 5 miles W of Grand Bay.

History:               Original Route: Routed with U. S. 90, Mobile-Fla line(1940)
                          Extended W, along U. S.90, Mobile-Miss line(1957)
                         

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Mileage:              340

N Terminus:       Tennessee State Line

S Terminus:        Mobile

Current Route:   Tennesse State Line, 3 miles N of Zip City-Zip City-Florence.
                          With
U. S. 43 and Ala 13, Florence-Muscle Shoals-Littleville-1 mile NW of
                          Spruce Pine.
                          With U. S.43, 1 mile NW of Spruce Pine-Liberty Hill-Hackleburg-Hamilton.
                          Alone, Hamilton-Detroit-Sulligent Vernon-Millport.
                          With Ala 96, Millport-2 miles W of Kennedy.
                          Alone. 2 miles W of Kennedy-Palmetto-Reform-Carrollton-Aliceville-Cochrane-
                          Dancy-Geiger-Emelle-Boyd-York-Jachin-Butler-Toxey-Gilbertown-Silas-Millry-
                          Chatom-Tibbie-2 miles N of Deer Park.
                          Hidden, with U. S.45, 2 miles NW of Deer Park-Deer Park-Citronelle-Gulf Crest-
                          Chunchula-Eight Mile-Pritchard-Mobile.

History:              Original Route: Kennedy-Aliceville-York(1940)
                          Extended S replacing old Ala 29, York-Deer Park;
                          Extended hidden with U. S. 45, Deer Park-Mobile(1952)
                          Extended N replacing old Ala 19, Millport-Vernon-Sulligent-Hamilton;
                          Extended N with U. S. 43, Hamilton-Florence;
                          Alone, replacing old Ala 34, Florence-Tenn Line(1956)
                          Renumbered Ala 19, Weston-Detroit(1968)

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Mileage:              62

E Terminus:       Oakman

W Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Alone, Oakman-Berry-4 miles W of Berry.
                          With
U. S. 43, 4 miles W of Berry-Bankston-Fayette.
                          Alone, Fayette-Crossville-Vernon-Molloy-Mississippi State Line, 4 miles SW of Molloy.

History:              No changes since 1940

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Mileage:              35

N Terminus:       Red Bay

S Terminus:        3 miles N of Detroit

Current Route:   Red Bay-Vina-Weston-3 miles N of Detroit.

History:               Original Route: Hamilton-Sulligent-Vernon-Millport(1944)
                          Renumbered
Ala 17,(1953)
                          Redesignated, Red Bay-Vina-Weston(1957)
                          Extended S replacing old Ala 17, Weston-Detroit(1968)
                         

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Mileage:              84

E Terminus:       Madison

W Terminus:        Tennessee State Line

Current Route:   With
Alt. U.S. 72, Exit 340, I-65-Whiteside-Decatur-Wheeler-North Courtland-
                          With U. S. 43, Ala 13, and Ala 17, Muscle Shoals-1 mile S of Florence.
                          Alone, Muscle Shoals-Natchez Trace Parkway-Tennessee State Line, 8 miles
                         NW of Natchez Trace Parkway.

History:               Original Route: With U.S.72, Margum-Tuscumbia;
                          Alone, Tuscumbia-Decatur-Huntsville(1940)
                          Rerouted, replacing old Ala 2, 1 mile S of Florence-Tenn line(1957)
                          E terminus established, Madison(2000)
                          E Terminus re-established, I-65, Exit 340(2005).

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Mileage:              278

N Terminus:       Piedmont

S Terminus:        Florida State Line

Current Route:   Alone, Piedmont-Merrellton-Jacksonville-2 miles N of Anniston.
                          With
U. S. 431, 2 miles N of Anniston-Anniston-Oxford.
                          Alone, Oxford-Munford-Talladega-Winterboro-Sycamore-Sylacauga
                          With U. S. 231, Sylacauga-Hanover-Rockford-Wetumpka-Montgomery.
                          With U. S. 80 and U. S.231, East Blvd-North Blvd, Montgomery.
                          With U. S.80, North Blvd-I-65, Montgomery
                          With I-65, and U. S. 80, Exit 168-Exit 167, Montgomery.
                          With U. S. 80, I-65, Exit 167-6 miles E of Lowndesboro.
                          Alone, 6 miles Eof Lowndesboro-Hayneville-Beechwood-Braggs-Furman-
                          Snow Hill-Oak Hill-Riley
                          With Ala 47, Riley-Beatrice-Peterman-Monroeville
                          Alone, Monroeville-Frisco City-Uriah-Huxford-Poarch-Atmore-Florida State Line, at Atmore.

History:              Original Route: Leeds-Vincent(1940)
                          Renumbered Ala 25(1957)
                          Redesignated replacing old Ala 11, Piedmont-Anniston;
                          With U. S. 231, Sylacauga-Montgomery;
                          Alone,Montgomery-Snow Hill-Monroeville-Atmore(1957)
                          Replaced old U. S. 241, Anniston-Sylacauga(1957)
                          Replaced old Ala 100, Snow Hill-Riley(1957)
                          Routed with Ala 47, Riley-Monroeville(1957)
                         

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Mileage:              168

E Terminus:       Georgia State Line

W Terminus:        Safford

Current Route:   Alone, Georgia State Line, 3 miles E of Rock Mills-Rock Mills-Roanoke-Wadley-
                          Daviston-New Site-Alexander City-Hissop-Rockford-Kelly's Crossroads-1 mile
                          S of Cooper.
                          With
U. S.31, 1 mile S of Cooper-Cooper-Clanton.
                          Alone, Clanton-Maplesville-Plantersville-Selma-Hazen-Orrville-Safford.

History:               Original Route: Alone, Alexander City-Rockford-Coopers;
                          With U. S. 31, Coopers-Clanton;
                          Alone, Clanton-Selma-Orrville:(1940)
                          Extended E, replacing old Ala 63, Alexander City-New Site-Wadley Roanoke-
                          Rock Mill(1957)

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Mileage:              12

N Terminus:       Ashville

S Terminus:        Springville

Current Route:   Ashville-St. Clair Springs-3 miles NE of Springville.

History:               Original Route: With
U. S. 11, Springville- St. Clair Springs-Gadsden;
                          With U. S. 411, Gadsden-Centre; Alone, Centre-Cedar Bluff-Lawrence(1940)
                          Designated alone, Springville-St. Clair Springs-Ashville(1953)
                          Renumbered Ala 9, Centre-Cedar Bluff-Lawrence(1956)
                          All other designations of Ala 23 were dropped by 1956
                         

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Mileage:              71

E Terminus:       Decatur

S Terminus:        Mississippi State Line

Current Route:   Decatur-Moulton-Russellville-Red Bay-Mississippi State Line, at Red Bay.


History:               Route designated Corridor V(2002)
                          No route changes since 1940.
                         

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Mileage:              265

N Terminus:       Georgia State Line

S Terminus:        Sunny South

Current Route:   Unsigned state designation for
U. S. 411, Georgia State Line, 4 miles E
                          of Forney to Leeds.
                          With U. S. 78, for 1 mile through Leeds.
                          Alone, Leeds-Vandiver-Sterret-Vincent.
                          With U. S.231, Vincent-Harpersville.
                          Alone, Harpersville-Wilsonville-Columbiana-Calera.
                          With U. S.31, for 1/2 mile, through Calera.
                          Alone, Calera-Montevallo-Centreville-Brent
                          With Ala 5, Brent-Harrisburg.
                          Alone, Harrisburg-Pondville-Greensboro-Sledge-Faunsdale-Dayton-Thomaston-
                          Magnolia-Sunny South.

History:               Original Route: Oneonta-Ragland-Wattsville-Pell City-Vincent-
                          Columbiana-Centreville(1940)
                          Renumbered U. S. 231, Oneonta-Vincent(1953)
                          Rerouted replacing old Ala 21, Leeds-Vincent;
                          Extended N, hidden with U. S. 411 replacing old Ala 177, Leeds-Ashville;
                          Extended N hidden with U. S. 411 replacing old Ala 23, Ashville-Gadsden;
                          Extended N hidden along U. S. 411, Gadsden-Centre-Forney-Ga line;
                          Extended S replacing old Ala 92, Centreville-Greensboro;
                          Extended S replacing old Ala 99, Greensboro-Sunnyside(1957)
                         

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