U. S. Highway Routes


Alabama did not use the numbers designated for U.S. routes for state routes.  This practice was done before the 
interstate system came to be. So while no U.S. and State routes share the same number, Some state routes and 
interstate highways share the same number.
Mileage may vary 2 to 4 miles from stated figures.
Terminus cities in some cases are the closest town.
Hidden state designations are not listed as unsigned and running with the U.S. Highways.
Only state routes other than the state designation that run unsigned with the U.S. Highways are listed.










































Mileage In Alabama:              263

N Terminus:       Rouses Point, NY

Ala Entry N:     Georgia State Line, at Sulphur Springs, AL

S Terminus:        New Orleans, LA

Ala Entry S:     Mississippi State Line, with
U.S. 80, at Cuba, AL

Current Ala Route:    Alone, Georgia State Line-Sulphur Springs-Rogers-Hammondville-Ft. Payne-
                          Colbran-Portersville-Collinsville-Keener-Reece City-Attalla-Steele-Whitney-Springville-Argo-Trussville-Birmingham.
                          With U.S. 78, through downtown Birmingham.
                          With Ala 5, Birmingham-Bessemer-Woodstock.
                          With I-20 / I-59, Bessemer-Woodstock.
                          Alone, Woodstock-Vance-Cottondale-Tuscaloosa.
                          With U.S. 43, Tuscaloosa-Fosters-Knoxville-Eutaw.
                          Alone, Eutaw-Boligee-Epes-Livingston-York-Cuba.
                          With U.S. 80, Cuba-Mississippi State Line.

History:               Renumbered Ala 116, Cottondale-Bucksville;
                          Rerouted, Cottondale-Woodstock(1947)
                          Renumbered Ala 23, Springville-Ashville;
                          Renumbered U.S.411, Ashville-Gadsden;
                          Rerouted, replacing old Alt. U.S.11, Springville-Attalla(1953)
                         

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Ala Mileage:              230

N Terminus:        Baltimore, MD

Ala Entry N:     Georgia State Line, at Lanett

S Terminus:        Pensacola, FL

Ala Entry S:     Florida State Line, at Flomaton

Current Ala Route:     Georgia State Line-Lanett-Valley-Opelika.
                          With
I-85, Opelika-Auburn.
                          Alone, Auburn-Tuskegee Nat'l Forest.
                          With , Tuskegee Nat'l Forest-Tuskegee.
                          Alone, Tuskegee-Ft. Davis-Union Springs-Aberfoil-Perote-Boot Hill-Montecello-Banks-Troy.
                          With Ala 10, Troy-Vidette-Luvurne.
                          With U.S. 331, Luverne-Brantley.
                          Alone, Brantley-Dozier-Sealight-Gantt-Heath-Andalusia-Carolina-Pleasant Home-Dixie-
                          East Brewton-Brewton.
                          With U.S. 31, Brewton-Flomaton.
                          Alone, Flomaton-Florida State Line.

History:              Renumbered Ala 267, around Auburn;
                          Rerouted along I-85, Auburn-Opelika(1980).
                           

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Ala Mileage:              415

N Terminus:       Mackimaw City, MI

Ala Entry N:    Tennessee State Line, with
I-65.

S Terminus:        Mobile, AL

Current Ala Route:    With I-65, Tennessee State Line-Athens.
                            Alone, Athens-Tanner-whiteside-Decatur-Flint City Hartselle-Falkville-Lacon-South Vinemont-
                            Cullman-Hanceville-Garden City-Blount Springs.
                            With I-65, Blount Springs-Smoke Rise.
                            Alone, Smoke Rise-Warrior-Kimberly-Morris-Gardendale-Fultondale-Birmingham.
                            With U.S.280, Elton B. Stevens Expressway, Birmingham-Homewood.
                            Alone, Homewood-Vestavia-Pelham-alabaster-Calera-Jemison-Thorsby-Clanton.
                            With Ala 22, Clanton-Cooper.
                            Alone, Cooper-Verbena-Pine Level-Prattville-Montgomery-Hope Hull-PintlalaDavenport-sandy Ridge-.
                            Logan-Spring Hill- Greenville-Chapman-Georgiana.
                            With Ala 55, Georgiana-McKenzie.
                            McKenzie-Evergreen.
                            With U.S. 84, through Evergreen.
                            Alone, Evergreen-castleberry-Brewton.
                            With U.S. 29, Brewton-Flomaton.
                            alone, Flomaton-Canoe-Atmore-Bay MinetteStapleton-Spanish Fort-Mobile.

History:              Renumbered Ala 185, Greenville-Fort Deposit-Logan;
                          Rerouted, bypassing Greenville on the E side(1950)
                          Renumbered County Rd. 63, Athens-Ardmore;
                          Rerouted with I-65, Athens-Tenn line(1961)
                         

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Ala Mileage:              344

N Terminus:       Columbia, TN

Ala Entry N:     Tennessee State Line, with
Ala 13, near Green Hill.

S Terminus:        Mobile AL

Current Ala Route:     With Ala 13, Tennessee State Line-Killen.
                          With U.S. 72, and Ala 13, Killen-Muscle Shoals.
                          With Ala 13, and Ala 17, Muscle Shoals-Littleville-
                          Russellville-Spruce Pine.
                          With Ala 17, Spruce Pine-Hackleburg-Hamilton.
                          With ala 171, Hamilton-Winfield-Lawrence Mill-Fayette.
                          With Ala 18, Hamilton-3 miles S of Bankston.
                          With Ala 13, 3 miles S of Bankston-New Lexington-Northport.
                          With U.S. 82, through Northport.
                          With U.S. 11, Tuscaloosa-Fosters-Knoxville-Eutaw.
                          With Unsigned Ala 13, Eutaw-Forkland-Demopolis.
                          With U.S. 80, through Demopolis.
                          With Unsigned Ala 13, Demopolis-Old Spring Hill-Providence-Linden-
                          Shiloh-Dixons Mills-Thomasville-Grove Hill-Jackson-Wagerville-Sunflower-McIntosh-Malcolm-Mt. Vernon-
                          Bucks-Axis-Creola-Satsuma-Saraland-Chickasaw-Mobile.

History:               Renumbered Ala 243, Hackleburg-Phil Campbell;
                          Rerouted, Hackleburg-Spruce Pine(1967)
                         

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Ala Mileage:              60

N Terminus:       Calvin, IL

Ala Entry N:     Mississippi State Line, at Yellow Pine;

S Terminus:        Mobile, AL

Current Ala Route:   Mississippi State Line-Yellow Pine-Fruitdale-Deer Park.
                          With
Unsigned Ala 17, Deer Park-Citronelle-Russell Gulf Crest-Chunchula-
                          Eight Mile-Pritchard-Mobile

History:              No route changes since 1940.
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              170

E Terminus:       Memphis, TN

Ala Entry E:     Tennessee State Line, 3 miles N of Bridgeport, AL

W Terminus:        Chattanooga, TN

Ala Entry W:     Mississippi State Line, 6 miles W of Mt. Hester, AL

Current Ala Route:    Tennessee State Line-Bridgeport-Stevenson-Hollywood-Scottsboro-Woodville-
                            Paint Rock-Gurley-Huntsville.
                          With
U.S. 231, and U.S. 431, Memorial Blvd., through Huntsville.
                          Alone, Huntsville-Athens-CoxeyRogersville-Killen.
                          With U.S. 43, Ala 13, Killen-Muscle Shoals.
                          Alone, Muscle Shoals-Tuscumbia-Cherokee-Mississippi State Line.

History:               Renumbered Ala 35, Scottsboro-Woodville(1980)
                          Rerouted, S bypass around Scottsboro(1980)
                          Renumbered County Rd. 54, Stevenson-Bridgeport-Tenn line(1999)
                          Rerouted, E bypass around Stevenson-Bridgeport-S. Pittsburg, TN(1999)
                         

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Mileage:              61

E Terminus:       Huntsville

W Terminus:        Muscle Shoals

Current Route:    With
I-565, Huntsville-Madison.
                          With I-565, and ,Ala 20, Madison-I-65.
                          With ,Ala 20, I-65-Decatur-Wheeler-North Courtland-Town Creek-Muscle Shoals.

History:              
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              200

E Terminus:       Ladson, SC

Ala Entry E:     Georgia State Line, at Muscadine, AL

W Terminus:        Memphis, TN

Ala Entry W:     Mississippi State Line, at Bexar, AL

Current Ala Route:    Georgia State Line-Muscadine-Fruithurst-Edwardsville-Heflin-DeArmarville.
                          With
U.S. 431, DeArmarville-Oxford.
                          Alone, Oxford-Bynum-Eastaboga-Lincoln-Riverside-Pell City-Eden.
                          With I-20, Eden-Chula Vista.
                          Alone, Chula Vista-Cook Springs-Moody-Leeds-Irondale-Birmingham.
                          With U.S. 11, through Birmingham.
                          With Ala 5, Birmingham-Adamsville-GraysvilleSumiton-Jasper.
                          With Signed Ala 4, part of Corridor X, Jasper-Carbon Hill.
                          Alone, Carbon hill-Kansas-Eldridge-Winfield.
                          With Ala 129, Winfield-Corridor X.
                          With Signed Ala 4, Western 30 miles of Corridor X, Winfield-Bexar-Mississippi State Line.

History:               Renumbered Ala 202, Eastaboga-Anniston;
                            Rerouted, Eastaboga-Oxford(1953)
                          Renumbered Ala 124, Carbon Hill-Townley-Jasper;
                          Rerouted, Carbon Hill-Jasper(1965)
                          Routed with I-20, Chula Vista-Eden(1977)

Notes:               Future I-22 is scheduled to replace U.S. 78 from Birmingham to it's Western terminus                           in Memphis, TN. It is unclear at this point if ALDOT plans on decommissioning U.S.                           78 along the Alabama portion of the future I-22, or re-route it to it's original route, with                           segments running with I-22. I am trying to contact ALDOT and Mississippi DOT to                           inquire as to the plans of the fate of U.S. 78 from Birmingham to Memphis. Please check                           here periodically for updates to this subject.                          

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Mileage In Alabama:              212

E Terminus:       Tybee Island, GA

Ala Entry E:     Georgia State Line, at Phenix City, AL

W Terminus:        Dallas, TX

Ala Entry W:     Mississippi State Line, with
U.S. 11, at Cuba, AL

Current Ala Route:    Alone, Georgia State Line-Phenix City-Grawford-Marvyn-Society-Tuskegee Nat'l Forest.
                          With U.S. 29, Tuskegee Nat'l Forest-Tuskegee.
                          Alone, Tuskegee-La Place-Shorter-Mt. Meigs-Montgomery.
                          With U. S. 231, and Ala 21, Along East Blvd., from Atlanta Hwy.-Troy Hwy, Montgomery.
                          With U.S. 82, and Ala 21,South Blvd., from Troy Hwy. I-65, Montgomery.
                          With I-65, and Ala 21, 1 mile, from exit 168 to exit 167, Montgomery.
                          With Ala 21, I-65-10 miles W.
                          Alone, 10 miles W of I-65-Lowdnesboro-Benton-Selma-Marion Junction-Browns-Uniontown-
                          Faunsdale-Demopolis.
                          With U.S. 43, through Demopolis.
                          Alone, Demopolis-Bellamy-York-Cuba.
                          With U.S. 11, Cuba-Mississippi State Line.

History:              Renumbered Ala 132, Livingston-Moscow(1955)
                          Rerouted, replacing old Ala 162, Cuba-Moscow(1965)
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              238

E Terminus:       Brunswick, GA

Ala Entry E:     Georgia State Line, at Eufaula, AL

W Terminus:        Alamogordo, NM

Ala Entry W:     Mississippi State Line, 11 miles W of Coal Fire, AL

Current Ala Route:    Alone, Georgia State Line-Eufaula-Lugo-Batesville-Comer-Midway-Three Notch-Union Springs-
                          Hector-Downing-Pike Road.
                          With
U.S. 231, Pike Road-Montgomery.
                          With U.S. 80 and Ala 21, along South Blvd, from Troy Hwy to I-65, Montgomery.
                          With I-65, Exit 168, Montgomery-Prattville.
                          Alone, Prattville-Booth-Pletcher-Maplesville-Lawley-Centreville-Brent-Eoline-Hagler-Duncanville-Tuscaloosa.
                          With Ala 69, through Tuscaloosa-Northport.
                          Alone, Northport-Coker-Gordo-Reform-Coal fire-Mississippi State Line. .

History:               Mapped Route:
                          Miss line-McShan-Reform-Gordo-Tuscaloosa.(1940)
                          Extended W, with Ala 6, Tuscaloosa-Centreville-Montgomery -Union Springs-Eufaula(1949)
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              232

E Terminus:       Sunbury, GA

Ala Entry E:     Georgia State Line, 7 miles E of Pansey, AL

W Terminus:        Pagosa Springs, CO

Ala Entry W:     Mississippi State Line, at Isney, AL

Current Ala Route:    Alone, Georgia State Line-Pansey-Cowarts-Dothan-Daleville.
                          With Ala 134, Daleville-Enterprise.
                          Alone, Enterprise-New Brocton-Elba-Opp.
                          With
U.S. 331, through Opp.
                          Alone, Opp-Babbie-Sanford-Andalusia-River Falls-Herbert-Evergreen.
                          With U.S. 31, through Evergreen.
                          Alone, Evergreen-Belleville-Repton-Mexia-Purdue Hill-Claiborne-Gosport-Whatley-Grove Hill-Coffeeville-
                          Silas-Isney-Mississippi State Line.

History:               Mapped Route:
                          With U.S. 45, Miss line-Vinegar Bend-Chatom.
                          Alone, Chatom-Wagerville-Jackson-Grove Hill-Monroeville-Excel-Evergreen-McKenzie-
                          Andalusia-Opp-Elba-Enterprise-Clayhatchee-Dothan-Ashford-Gallion-Ga line.(1940)
                          Rerouted, Yellow Pine-Chatom(1952)
                          Renumbered Ala 47, Mexia-Monroeville(1956)
                          Rerouted, Mexia-Repton(1956)
                          Rerouted, with Ala 124, Evergreen-Andalusia(1956)
                          Rerouted, with Ala 12, Miss line-Isney-Grove Hill(1967)
                          Rerouted, replacing old Ala 92, Wicksburg-Daleville(1999)
                          Rerouted with Ala 134, Daleville-Enterprise(1999)
                          Renumbered Ala 166, Elba-Danley(1999)
                          Rerouted, replacing old Ala 166, bypassing Danley(1999)
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              77

E Terminus:       Neptune Beach, FL

Ala Entry E:     Florida State Line, 4 miles E of Seminole, FL

W Terminus:        Van Horn, TX

Ala Entry W:     Mississippi State Line, 5 miles W of Red Bay, AL

Current Ala Route:    Alone, Florida State Line-Seminole-Elsanor-Robertsdale-Loxley-Malbis.
                          With
I-10 and U.S. 98, Malbis-Mobile.
                          With U.S. 98, through Mobile.
                          Alone, Mobile-Tillmans Corner-Theodore-Irvington-Grand Bay-Mississippi State Line.

History:              No route changes made since 1940.
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              79

E Terminus:       Palm Beach, FL.

Ala Entry E:     Florida State Line, at Lillian, AL

W Terminus:        Washington, MS

Ala Entry W:     Mississippi State Line, 5 miles NW of Wilmer, AL

Current Ala Route:    Florida State Line-Lillian-Elberta-Foley-Barnwell-Fairhope-Daphne-Malbis.
                          With
I-10 and U.S 90, Malbis-Mobile.
                          With U.S. 90, through Mobile.
                          Alone, mobile-Pritchard-Semmes-Wilmer-Mississippi State Line.

History:               Extended into Alabama, along Ala 89, Lilian-Fairhope;
                          Replacing old Ala 104, Fairhope-Mobile;
                          With U.S.90 thru Mobile:
                          With Ala 42, Mobile-Pritchard-Wilmer-Miss line(1956).
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              330

N Terminus:       St. John, IND

Ala Entry N:     Tennessee State Line, with
U.S. 431, 2 miles N of Fisk, AL

S Terminus:        Panama City, FL

Ala Entry S:     Florida State Line, at Madrid, AL

Current Ala Route:    With U.S. 431, Tennessee State Line-Fisk-Hazel Green-Mridianville-Huntsville.
                          With U.S. 72 and U.S. 431, along Memorial Blvd, through Huntsville.
                          Alone, Huntsville-Whitesburg-morgan City-oleander-Eddy-Arab-Summit-Blountsville-Cleveland-Oneonta-Whitney-Ashville.
                          With U.S. 411, Ashville-4 miles S of Ashville.
                          Alone, 4 miles S of Ashville-Wattsville-Pell City-New London-Vincent.
                          With Ala 25, Vincent-Harpersville.
                          With U.S. 280, Harpersville-Sylacauga.
                          With Ala 21, Sylacauga-Hanover-Rockford-Pentonville-Wallsboro-Wetumpka-Montgomery.
                          With U.S. 80 and Ala 21, Along East Blvd, from Atlanta Hwy to Troy Hwy, Montgomery.
                          With U.S. 82, South Blvd. Montgomery-Pike Road.
                          Alone, Pike Road-Pine Level-Troy.
                          With Ala 10, Troy-Brundidge.
                          Alone, Brundidge-Rocky Head-Ozark-Midland City-Dothan-Madrid-Florida State Line.

History:               Mapped Route: With U.S.82, Montgomery-Downing.
                          Alone, Downing-Troy-Brundidge-Ariton-Ozark-Newton-Midland City-Dothan-Sanders-Madrid.(1940)
                          Renumbered Ala 123, Ozark-Ariton;
                          Rerouted, Ozark-Brundidge(1953)
                          Extended N, replacing old Ala 11, Montgomery-Sylacauga;
                          With U.S.280, replacing old Ala 91, Sylacauga-Harpersville;
                          With Ala 25, Harpersville-Vincent;
                          Replacing old Ala 25, Vincent-Pell City-Ashville-Oneonta;
                          Replacing old Ala 38, Oneonta-Cleveland-Blountsville-Arab-Lacey Springs-Huntsville;
                          Replacing old U.S,241, Huntsville-Hazel Green-Meridianville-Tenn line(1956)
                          Renumbered Ala 53, Newton-Ozark;
                          Rerouted, Ozark-Dothan(1960)
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              378

N Terminus:       Murfreesboro, TN

Ala Entry N:    Tennessee State Line, 2 miles N of Hazel Green

S Terminus:        Dothan, AL

Current Ala Route:    No longer exists

History:               Original Route: Tennessee State Line, 2 miles N of Hazel Green-Hazel Green-Meridianville-Huntsville-
                          Guntersville-Boaz-Gadsden-Anniston-Oxford-Munford-Talladega-Winterboro-Sylacauga-Alexander City-Opelila-
                          Phenix City-Seale-Eufaula-Abbeville-Headland-Dothan(1940).
                          Renumbered
U.S. 431,Tennessee State Line-Hazel Green-Huntsville-Guntersville-Boaz-Gadsden-Anniston-Oxford;
                          Renumbered Ala 21, Oxford-Talladega-Sylacauga;
                          Renumbered U.S. 280, Sylacauga-Camp Hill-Opelika-Phenix City;
                          Renumbered U.S. 431, Phenix City-Eufaula-Abbeville-Headlan-Dothan(1954).

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Mileage In Alabama:              197

E Terminus:       Hilton Head Island, SC

Ala Entry E:     Geaorgia State Line, 25 miles E of Spring Garden, AL

W Terminus:        Wickes, AR

Ala Entry W:     Mississippi State Line, 7 miles W of Sulligent, AL

Current Ala Route:    Alone, Georgia State Line-Spring Garden-Piedmont-Hokes Bluff-Gadsden.
                          With
U.S. 431, Gadsden-Attalla.
                          Alone, Attalla-Walnut Grove-Snead-Brooksville-Holly Pond-Cullman-Jones chapel-Addison-
                          Double Springs-Natural Bridge-White House-Hamilton.
                          State designation changes from Ala 74 to signed Ala 171, running with U.S. 43, Hamilton-Guin.
                          Alone, state designation changes from signed Ala 171 to unsigned Ala 118, Guin-Beaverton-
                          Sulligent-Mississippi State Line.

History:               Designated, replacing old Ala 19, Miss line-Sulligent-Guin-Hamilton(1951)
                          Extended E, replacing old Ala 112, Hamilton-Cullman;
                          With Ala 74, Cullman-Gadsden-Piedmont-Ga line(1956)
                          Renumbered Ala 129, Haleyville-Haleys:
                          Rerouted, Haleys-Natural Bridge-Double Springs(1962).
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              263

E Terminus:       Blitchton, GA

Ala Entry E:     Georgia State Line, at Phenix City, AL

W Terminus:        Birmingham, AL

Current Ala Route:    Alone, Georgia State Line-Phenix City.
                          With
U.S. 431, Phenix city-Bleeker-Salem-Opelika.
                          With I-85, exit 62 to exit 58, Opelika.
                          Alone, Opelika-The Bottle-Waverly-Camp Hill-Dadeville-Alexander City-Kellyton-Mount Olive-Sylacauga.
                          With U.S. 231, Sylacauga-Childersburg-Harpersville.
                          Alone, Harpersville-Westover-Inverness-Birmingham.
                          With U.S. 31, Mountain Brook-Birmingham, along Elton B. Stevens Expressway.

History:              Designated, replacing old U.S.241, Ga line-Phenix City-Opelika-
                          Alexander City-Goodwater-Sylacauga;
                          With U.S.231, replacing old Ala 91, Sylacauga-Harpersville;
                          Alone, Harpersville-Birmingham(1954)
                          Extended W, 2nd. Ave, Birmingham-I 20, and I-59, with U.S.31 along the Elton B. Stevens Expressway(1990)
                          Rerouted with I-85, bypassing Opelika(1998)
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              263

N Terminus:       Montgomery, AL

S Terminus:        Santa Rosa Beach, FL

Ala Entry S:     Florida State Line, at Florala, AL

Current Ala Route:    Montgomery-Snowdoun-Sprague-Sellers-Highland Home-Fullers Crossroads-Rutledge.
                          With
Ala 10, Rutledge-Luvurne.
                          With U.S. 29, Luvurne-Brantley.
                          Alone, Brantly-Opp.
                          With U.S. 84, through Opp.
                          Alone, Opp-Green Bay-Florala-Florida State Line.


History:               Established, along hidden Ala 9, Montgomery-Luverne;
                          Along U.S.29, Luverne-Brantley;
                          Replacing old Ala 98, Brantley-Opp;
                          Replacing old Ala 15, Opp-Florala(1953)
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              263

N Terminus:       Edgemont, TN

Ala Entry N:     Georgia State Line, 4 miles E of Forney, AL

S Terminus:        Leeds. AL

Current Ala Route:    Alone, Georgia State Line-Forney-Bomar-Centre.
                          With Ala 68, Centre-Leesburg.
                          Alone, Leesburg-Owens-Gadsden-Rainbow City-Ashville.
                          With
U.S. 231, Ashville- 4 miles S of Ashville.
                          Alone, 4 miles S of Ashville-Odenville-Branchville-Moody-Leeds.

History:               Original Route: Gadsden-Centre-Cedar Bluff-Lawrence(1940)
                          Rerouted, Centre-Forney-Ga line(1952)
                          Extended S, replacing old U.S.11, Gadsden-Ashville(1953)
                          Extended S, along U.S.231, thru Ashville to the south;
                          Replacing old Ala 177, S of Ashville-Leeds(1957)
                         

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Mileage In Alabama:              263

N Terminus:       Owensboro, KY

Ala Entry N:     Tennessee State Line, with
U.S. 231, 2 miles N of Fisk, AL

S Terminus:        Dothan, AL

Current Ala Route:    With U.S. 231, Tennessee State Line-Fisk-Hazel Green-Mridianville-Huntsville.
                          With U.S. 72 and U.S. 231, along Memorial Blvd, through Huntsville.
                          Alone, Huntsville-Owens Crossroads-New Hope-Columbus City.
                          With Ala 79, Columbus City-Guntersville.
                          Alone, Guntersville-Albertville-Boaz-Mountainboro-Rockledge-Attalla.
                          With U.S. 278, Attalla-Gadsden.
                          Alone, Gadsden-Glencoe-Duke-Wellington-Saks-Anniston.
                          With Ala 21, Anniston-Oxford.
                          With U.S. 78, Oxford-DeArmaville.
                          Alone, DeArmaville-Hollis Crossroads-Wedowee-Roanoke-Stroud-Lafayette-Oak Bowery-Opelika.
                          With U.S. 280, Opelika-Phenix City.
                          Alone, Phenix City-Seale-Pittsview-Glenville-Eufaula-Lawrenceville-Abbeville-Headland-Kinsey-Dothan.

History:               Established, replacing old U.S.241, Dothan-Abbeville-Eufaula-Phenix City;
                          Along U.S.280, Phenix City-Opelika;
                          Replacing old Ala 37, Opelika-LaFayette-Roanoke-Wedowee-DeArmanville;
                          Along U.S.78, DeArmanville-Anniston;
                          Replacing old U.S.241, Anniston-Gadsden-Boaz-Guntersville-Huntsville;
                          Along U.S.231, Huntsville-Tenn line(1954)
                         

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