U.S. Route 80 in Georgia
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U.S. Route 80 in Georgia

U.S. Highway 80 marker

U.S. Highway 80
US 80 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by GDOT
Length296 mi[1] (476 km)
Major junctions
West end / / / at the Alabama state line in Columbus
East endTybrisa Street/Butler Avenue/Inlet Avenue in Tybee Island
CountiesMuscogee, Talbot, Taylor, Upson, Crawford, Bibb, Twiggs, Wilkinson, Laurens, Johnson, Emanuel, Bulloch, Bryan, Effingham, Chatham
Highway system
  • Georgia State Routes
SR 19 ->
SR 22 ->
SR 26 ->

U.S. Route 80 (US 80) is a 296-mile-long (476 km) U.S. Highway in the U.S. state of Georgia. It travels west-to-east from the Alabama state line in Columbus across the central portion of the state through cities such as Macon, Dublin, Statesboro, and Savannah to connect to its eastern terminus at an intersection with Tybrisa Street and Inlet Avenue in Tybee Island, near the Atlantic Ocean. Here, the roadway continues as Butler Avenue.

In Georgia, all U.S. Highways have at least one state highway that travel concurrently along its route. The main ones that US 80 use are SR 540 from the Alabama state line to Geneva and in the eastern part of the Macon metropolitan area; SR 22 from the Alabama state line to Macon; SR 19 from Macon to a point southeast of Montrose; and SR 26 from that point to Tybee Island.

Route description

The highway crosses the Chattahoochee River from Alabama into Columbus where it proceeds along J. R. Allen Parkway through the northern section of the city as a limited-access freeway. Past Columbus, the road meanders through rural Georgia for roughly 50 miles (80 km) en route to Macon where it becomes the Eisenhower Parkway which crosses Interstate 475 (I-475) and then I-75 before traveling through downtown Macon and merging with US 129/US 41 Bus. in a concurrency. The concurrency with US 41 Bus. ends at Walnut Street, and the one with US 129 ends at Riverside Drive. After crossing the Otis Redding Memorial Bridge over the Ocmulgee River, it has another interchange, this time with I-16. The highway joins southbound US 23/US 129 Alt. and parallels the northern boundary of Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park just east of the city.

Beyond Macon, the highway turns southeastward, traveling through the cities of Dublin, where it encircles the Laurens County Courthouse. Before the highway leaves Dublin, it is joined by US 319/SR 31, where all four highways cross the Herschel Lovett Bridge over the Oconee River, entering East Dublin, where US 319/SR 31 leaves to the northeast. Later it enters Swainsboro, where it is concurrent with SR 56, and Statesboro where it is concurrent with US 25, and traveling roughly parallel to I-16. On the outskirts of Savannah, the highway crosses I-95 and follows Louisville Road into the city's downtown area. After briefly merging with I-516, US 80 continues eastward along Victory Drive, just south of Savannah's historic district. At the community of Thunderbolt, where Victory Drive ends, US 80 crosses the Wilmington River and proceeds across the islands and marshes along the Atlantic Coast east of Savannah. There it crosses Lazaretto Creek onto Tybee Island. The final stretch of US 80 follows Butler Avenue across Tybee Island. The highway terminates at 19th Street, a few hundred feet from the ocean. A small monument at the intersection of Butler and Tybrisa Street marks the end of the highway.

The following portions of US 80 in Georgia are part of the National Highway System, a system of routes determined to be the most important for the nation's economy, mobility, and defense:

  • From the Alabama state line to the SR 96 intersection in Geneva
  • From the I-475 interchange to the southern end of the US 129 concurrency in Macon
  • From the northern end of the US 129 concurrency in Macon to the SR 57 intersection in East Macon
  • The portion between US 441 Byp./SR 117 and US 441/SR 29 in Dublin
  • From the western end of the US 25/SR 67 concurrency in Hopeulikit to the US 301 Byp./SR 73 Byp. intersection in Statesboro
  • From the I-95 interchange in Pooler to an indeterminate point in Tybee Island.[2][3][4][5]

Major intersections

Chattahoochee River0.000.00 west (SR 8 west) - Phenix City, MontgomeryContinuation into Alabama
begins / beginsBridge; western end of SR 22 and SR 540 (Fall Line Freeway) concurrencies; western terminus of SR 22 and SR 540 at state line
MuscogeeColumbus0.40.641 to  - Downtown ColumbusNorthern terminus of SR 22 Conn.
1.32.12 (River Road)
2.23.53Bradley Park DriveSigned as exits 3A (east) and 3A (west)
3.35.34 (SR 411) / / (Veterans Parkway) - Fort Benning, AtlantaI-185 exit 10
5Moon RoadEastbound exit is combined with exit 4; also has exit for US 27/SR 1 (Veterans Parkway)
6.810.96Schomburg Road / Blackmon Road
Midland9.515.3Flat Rock RoadAt-grade intersection; eastern end of freeway
9.815.8 /  - Manchester, ColumbusInterchange
11.418.3 west (Macon Road)Eastern terminus of SR 22 Spur
TalbotBox Springs26.142.0 south - Buena Vista, CussetaNorthern terminus of SR 355
Geneva28.946.5 south - Buena Vista, OaklandWestern end of SR 41 concurrency
29.747.8 east / east (Fall Line Freeway) to east - Junction CityWestern terminus of SR 96; eastern end of SR 540 concurrency
Talbotton36.959.4 east / east (Clark Street) - Junction CityWestern end of SR 208 concurrency; western terminus of SR 90
37.159.7 west (Monroe Street) - Waverly HallEastern end of SR 208 concurrency
37.360.0 north (North Washington Avenue) - Manchester, Warm Springs, WoodlandEastern end of SR 41 concurrency
Taylor56.190.3 south / south - Butler, AmericusWestern end of US 19/SR 3 concurrency
Flint River56.791.2Garland T. Byrd Bridge
UpsonSalem58.193.5 north / north - ThomastonEastern end of US 19/SR 3 concurrency
CrawfordRoberta71.4114.9 / / north - Barnesville, Fort ValleyWestern end of SR 42 concurrency
Knoxville72.4116.5 south - ByronEastern end of SR 42 concurrency
BibbFulton Mill Road - Central State Prison, Ed DeFore Sports ComplexFormer SR 361
Macon90.5145.6 (SR 408) - Atlanta, ValdostaI-475 exit 3
94.4151.9 / (Pio Nono Avenue) - Forsyth, Warner Robins
94.7152.4 (SR 401) / (Fall Line Freeway) - Atlanta, Valdosta, ColumbusI-75 exit 162
95.7154.0 south / south / south / south (Broadway)Western end of US 41 Bus./SR 49 and US 129/SR 11 concurrencies
north / east / north (Walnut Street) - Gray, MilledgevilleEastern end of US 41 Bus./SR 49 and SR 22 concurrencies
97.8157.4Riverside Drive (US 129/SR 11/SR 87 north)Eastern end of US 129/SR 11 concurrency; western end of SR 87 concurrency
97.8157.4Otis Redding Memorial Bridge[6] over the Ocmulgee River
(SR 404) / west (Fall Line Freeway) - Atlanta, Savannah, ColumbusI-16 exit 2; western end of SR 540 concurrency
/ / north (Emery Highway west)Western end of US 23/US 129 Alt./SR 19 concurrency
East Macon south ( / south) - CochranEastern end of US 23/US 129 Alt. concurrency; no westbound access to US 23/US 129 Alt./SR 87 south
south (Ocmulgee E. Boulevard) - CochranNorthern terminus of SR 87 Conn.
east / east (Fall Line Freeway) - Eulonia, AugustaWestern terminus of SR 57; eastern end of SR 540 concurrency
TwiggsJeffersonville west / west - Geneva, West PointWestern end of SR 96 concurrency
east - IrwintonEastern end of SR 96 concurrency
LaurensBender west - CochranWestern end of SR 26 concurrency
Dudley - Irwinton, DexterWestern end of US 319/SR 31 concurrency
/ Eastern end of US 319/SR 31 concurrency
Dublin / north / southEastern end of SR 19 concurrency; western end of SR 29 concurrency
/ south - ThomasvilleWestern end of US 319/SR 31 concurrency
Oconee River
East Dublin north / (Wrightsville Avenue) - WadleyEastern end of US 319/SR 31 concurrency
south (Soperton Avenue) - MilledgevilleEastern end of SR 29 concurrency
county line
Adrian / (Poplar Street) - Kite, Soperton
Emanuel /  - Soperton, Kite
/ /  - Folkston, Augusta
Swainsboro south - Stillmore, Wrightsville, Swainsboro Technical College, AirportWestern end of SR 56 concurrency; former SR 57 west (Kite Road)
(North Main Street) /  - Folkston, AugustaFormer SR 57 east (South Main Street) to US 1
north - AugustaEastern end of SR 56 concurrency
Twin City (5th Avenue) - Oak Park, Summertown
(Railroad Street) - Folkston, Augusta
 - Folkston, Augusta
BullochHopeulikit north / north - Millen, Magnolia Springs State ParkWestern end of US 25/SR 67 concurrency
Westchester south / south (Veterans Memorial Parkway) - Millen, Paulson Stadium, SylvaniaNorthern terminus of US 25 Byp./SR 67 Byp.
Statesboro south / / south /  - ThomasvilleEastern end of US 25/SR 67 concurrency
(East Main Street)
(Veterans Memorial Parkway / SR 73 Byp.) - Airport, MC Anderson Sports Complex
Stilson south - StilsonWestern terminus of SR 119 Conn.
BryanEllabell north - SpringfieldWestern end of SR 119 concurrency
south - RiceboroEastern end of SR 119 concurrency
Blitchton / to  - PembrokeEastern terminus of US 280, western end of SR 30 concurrency
Effingham north / east - StatesboroEastern end of SR 30 concurrency, western end of SR 17 concurrency
ChathamBloomingdale To / Jimmy DeLoach Parkway
To south / Eastern end of SR 17 concurrency
Pooler To / Pooler Parkway - Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport
(SR 405) - Florence, BrunswickI-95 exit 102
Garden City (Dean Forest Road) to  - Port Wentworth
Chatham ParkwayFormer SR 167 south
north (Bypass Road) to northSouthern terminus of SR 26 Conn.; erroneously signed as "To SR 25 Conn." as well
Main Street northFormer US 17 north / SR 25 north
Savannah north (Bay Street) - DowntownWestern end of SR 25 Conn. concurrency; former US 17/SR 21/SR 25 south/US 80/SR 26 east
end / west / / north / Augusta Avenue eastEastern end of SR 25 Conn. concurrency; western end of I-516/SR 21/SR 25 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 25 Conn.; no eastbound access to I-516 west; I-516 exit 7A
6Gwinnett Street - Amtrak stationExit numbers follow I-516; westbound exit and eastbound entrance
5 / northI-16 exits 164A-B; western end of US 17 concurrency
4Tremont RoadWestbound exit and eastbound entrance
east / south (Veterans Parkway south) / south (SR 25 south) - Brunswick, Savannah Tech, Hunter Army Air FieldEastern end of I-516/US 17/SR 21/SR 25 concurrency; I-516 exit 3
Stiles AvenueInterchange; no westbound exit; former US 17 Alt./SR 25A north
Martin Luther King Jr. BoulevardFormer US 17S
Montgomery StreetFormer US 17N
(Abercorn Street)
Harry Truman ParkwayInterchange
Whitemarsh IslandJohnny Mercer Boulevard eastFormer US 80 east / SR 367 east
Islands Expressway westPartial interchange; western end of Islands Expressway concurrency
Turner CreekBridge; eastern end of Islands Expressway
Talahi IslandJohnny Mercer Boulevard westFormer US 80 west / SR 367 west
Bull RiverBridge
Tybee Island296.0476.4 end / 16th Street / Inlet AvenueEastern terminus of US 80 and SR 26; eastern end of SR 26 concurrency; road continues south as Butler Avenue.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ Google (December 31, 2016). "Overview map of US 80 in Georgia" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ National Highway System: Georgia (PDF) (Map). Federal Highway Administration. May 8, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ National Highway System: Columbus, GA--AL (PDF) (Map). Federal Highway Administration. May 9, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ National Highway System: Macon, GA (PDF) (Map). Federal Highway Administration. May 9, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  5. ^ National Highway System: Savannah, GA (PDF) (Map). Federal Highway Administration. May 9, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  6. ^ "African American Heritage". Macon-Bibb County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Retrieved 2011.

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