Alabama State Route 101
|Maintained by ALDOT|
|Length:||39.107 mi (62.937 km)|
|Existed:||1940 – present|
|South end:||CR-460 west of Moulton|
|North end:||SR 227 at Tennessee state line north of Lexington, AL|
State Route 101 is a north–south route in the northwestern part of the state. The southern terminus of the route is at its junction with the former route of State Route 24 west of Moulton. The route continues northward to State Route 227.
Until 1997, the southern terminus of State Route 101 was at its junction with State Route 24. When State Route 24 was realigned along a route slightly north of its original placement as part of the construction of Corridor V, State Route 101’s southern terminus was not truncated.
|Ne Smith||8.953||14.408||SR-157 – Tuscumbia, Moulton|
US-72 Alt. / SR-20 – Tuscumbia, Decatur
|20.891||33.621||SR-184 west – Muscle Shoals|
|Tennessee River||24.985||40.209||Wheeler Dam Bridge|
|Lauderdale||Elgin||28.240||45.448||US-72 (SR-2) – Florence, Athens, Joe Wheeler State Park|
|Lexington||36.968||59.494||SR-64 – Florence, Pulaski|
|39.107||62.937||SR 227 west (Lexington Highway) – Loretto||Tennessee state line|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi