Alabama State Route 10

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State Route 10 marker

State Route 10
Route information
Maintained by ALDOT
Length230.721 mi[1] (371.309 km)
Major junctions
West end MS 19 at Mississippi state line near Yantley
 
East end SR 37 near Shorterville
Location
CountiesChoctaw, Marengo, Wilcox, Butler, Crenshaw, Pike, Barbour, Henry
Highway system
  • Alabama Highways
I-10US 11

State Route 10 (SR 10) is a 230.721-mile-long (371.309 km) west–east state highway in the southern part of the U.S. state of Alabama. It is the lowest even-numbered route in the state that is not an unsigned partner route assigned to a U.S. Highway. It is also the only signed state route that extends from the Mississippi state line to the Georgia state line. The western terminus of the route is in northwestern Choctaw County near the community of Yantley, where it serves as a continuation of Mississippi Highway 19. The eastern terminus of the route is in Henry County near Shorterville. Once in Georgia, the route is designated as Georgia State Route 37.

Route description[edit]

SR 10 travels 232 miles (373 km). West of its interchange with Interstate 65 (I-65) in Greenville, the route passes through the Black Belt, traditionally one of the poorer areas of the state. Among the cities and towns the route passes through west of I-65 are Butler and Camden. SR 10 passes through Luverne, Troy, and Abbeville, before reaching the Chattahoochee River at the Georgia state line.

There is a low (10 feet (3.0 m)) clearance under a railroad underpass in Greenville.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
Choctaw0.0000.000 MS 19 north – MeridianMississippi state line
Butler17.58228.295 SR 17 – York, Chatom, Choctaw County Historical Museum
26.50242.651 SR 114 east – Pennington
Marengo31.07850.015 SR 69 – Linden, Coffeeville
Dixons Mills45.66273.486 US 43 (SR-13) – Linden, Thomasville
Vineland53.46186.037 SR 25 – Thomaston
WilcoxPine Hill59.17195.226 SR 5 – Selma, Thomasville
75.043120.770
SR 221 / SR 41 Truck south – Linden, Monroeville
Western end of SR 41 Truck concurrency
75.240121.087 SR 164 east
Camden77.361124.500 SR 28 – Linden, CamdenWestern end of SR 28 Truck concurrency
79.361127.719 SR 28 west / SR 41 – Selma, CamdenEastern end of SR 28 Truck/SR 41 Truck concurrency; western end of SR 28 concurrency
82.939133.477 SR 28 east – Hayneville, MontgomeryWestern end of SR 28 concurrency
Oak Hill92.515148.888 SR 21 – Montgomery, Selma, Monroeville
Awin103.166166.030 SR 47 south – Monroeville
ButlerGreenville120.919194.600
I-65 / SR 10 Truck east – Montgomery, Mobile
I-65 exit 128
122.952197.872 SR 185
124.628200.569
SR 245 north / SR 10 Truck west / SR 185 Truck north (Greenville By-Pass) to I-65 – Fort Deposit, Airport
Western end of SR 185 Truck concurrency
125.230201.538
US 31 (SR-3) / SR 185 Truck south – Montgomery, Mobile, Georgiana
Eastern end of SR 185 Truck concurrency
CrenshawRutledge146.324235.486 US 331 north (SR-9) – MontgomeryWestern end of US 331/SR 9 concurrency
Luverne148.118238.373 US 29 south / US 331 south (SR 9/SR 15) – Florala, Andalusia, Brantley, Fort Walton BeachEastern end of US 331/SR 9 concurrency; western end of US 29/SR 15 concurrency
PikeTroy168.272270.808 US 29 north (SR 15) / US 231 north (SR 53) – Troy, Union Springs, MontgomeryInterchange; eastern end of US 29/SR 15 concurrency; western end of US 231/SR 53 concurrency
170.347274.147 SR 87 south / SR 167 south – Enterprise, Elba
Brundidge179.592289.025 US 231 south (SR 53) / CR 3316 (Sara G. Lott Boulevard) – OzarkEastern end of US 231/SR 53 concurrency
180.498290.483 SR 93
BarbourClio193.323311.123 SR 51 – Louisville, Ariton
197.034317.095 SR 131 north – Eufaula
206.160331.782 SR 105 south / CR 54 – Ozark
HenryAbbeville215.179346.297 US 431 (SR 1) – Eufaula, Dothan
217.330349.759 SR 27 south – Dothan
217.479349.999 SR 95 – Columbia, Airport
230.721371.309 SR 37 east – Fort GainesGeorgia state line (Chattahoochee River bridge)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Alabama Department of Transportation. "Milepost Maps". Archived from the original on July 27, 2011. Retrieved March 26, 2011.

External links[edit]

Route map:

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