Georgia State Route 5 is a route that bisects northern Gerogia. It passes through the county seats of Blue Ridge, Ellijay, Jasper, Canton, and Marietta. Along the way, it is multiplexed with one of metro Atlanta's freeways, I-575 and from Blue Ridge to Ellijay is cosigned with U.S. 76. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia State Route 5"
Georgia State Route 515 is a four-lane highway that begins at the northern terminus of I-575 at the Cherokee County/ Pickens County line in northern Georgia. The route was built to give motorists in the north Georgia mountains better access to Atlanta and its outlying suburbs, as opposed to the old Georgia State Route 5 and U.S. 76 routes, which this project replaced. GA-515 is also known as the Zell Miller Mountain Parkway, in honor of the Young Harris native turned Georgia govervor and U.S. senator. It is one of the Georgia Department of Transportation's GRIP corridors. The highway is known for its fantastic mountain views all along its route. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia State Route 515"
Georgia State Route 520, also known as the South Georgia Parkway, is a state route in southern Georgia. Its western terminus occurs at the Alabama state line on a bridge over the Chattahoochee River that also carries U.S. Highway 280. Georgia 520 becomes unsigned Alabama State Route 38 upon crossing the border. The route follows U.S. 280 southeast to Richland, then runs independently to Dawson. The route joins U.S. Highway 82 there and multiplexes with it throughout much of southern Georgia all the way to Interstate 95. Georgia 520 then runs concurrently with U.S. Highway 17 for a few miles before departing the U.S. highway and proceeding to Jekyll Island, where it ends. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia State Route 520"
Georgia State Route 6 (also known as Camp Creek Parkway and Thornton Road) begins at the Georgia- Alabama state line southwest of Cedartown and ends at I-85, exit 72 in College Park. The eastern end of Camp Creek Parkway (S.R. 6) carries traffic to Interstate 85 North/South and the Atlanta Airport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia State Route 6"
Georgia State Route 81 is a diagonal route oriented generally from southwest to northeast. Its southwest terminus is at U.S. 19/ 41 in Henry County, and its northeast terminus is at U.S. 29 Business in Winder in Barrow County. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia State Route 81"
Georgia State Route 85 (also called Georgia 85 or Highway 85) is a Georgia state route that begins in Columbus and ends just west of Forest Park in north Clayton County. Besides Columbus, the route passes through only one county seat, Fayetteville in Fayette County. Georgia 85 is sometimes confused with Interstate 85, which parallels it about twenty miles to the west and also extends southwest from the Atlanta area. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia State Route 85"
Georgia State Route 9 is a north-south highway running from Atlanta to just north of Dahlonega. It is multiplexed with U.S. 19 from along 14th Street, in northwest Atlanta, to Roswell Road at I-285, in Sandy Springs. It is multiplexed with U.S. 19 again, once the federal highway ends its multiplex with S.R. 400. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia State Route 9"
Georgia State Route 92 begins at Taylor Street ( U.S. 19 Business/ U.S. 41 Business/ S.R. 16) in Griffin and ends at the intersection of Alpharetta Highway ( S.R. 120) and S.R. 140 in Roswell. It is pretty much a rural route, passing through three county seats: Griffin, Fayetteville and Douglasville. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia State Route 92"
Harry S. Truman Parkway is a freeway in Savannah, connecting the surrounding Savannah metropolitan area with Downtown Savannah. It was originally dubbed Casey Canal Parkway, as it paralleled the adjacent waterway. In the early 1970s, coinciding with the death of former president Harry S. Truman in 1972, the roadway was renamed to honor him. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harry S. Truman Parkway"
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