Georgia State Route 17

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Not to be confused with U.S. Route 17 in Georgia.

State Route 17 marker

State Route 17
Route information
Maintained by GDOT
Length: 293.0 mi[1] (471.5 km)
Major junctions
South end: I‑16 south of Bloomingdale
  US 25 / SR 23 / SR 67 / SR 121 in Millen
US 1 / SR 4 / SR 24 in Louisville

US 1 Bus. / US 221 / SR 4 Bus. in Louisville
US 1 / US 221 / SR 4 in Wrens
US 278 / SR 12 / SR 150 / SR 223 in Thomson
I‑20 north of Thomson
I‑85 northwest of Lavonia
US 76 / SR 2 / SR 515 north-northeast of Young Harris
North end: NC 69/ SR 515 at the North Carolina state line northwest of Hiawassee
Location
Counties: Chatham, Effingham, Screven, Jenkins, Burke, Jefferson, Warren, McDuffie, Wilkes, Elbert, Hart, Franklin, Stephens, Habersham, White, Towns
Highway system
  • Georgia State Routes
US 17 SR 18

State Route 17 (SR 17) is a 293-mile-long (472 km) state highway that runs south-to-north through portions of Chatham, Effingham, Screven, Jenkins, Burke, Jefferson, Warren, McDuffie, Wilkes, Elbert, Hart, Franklin, Stephens, Habersham, White, and Towns counties in the east-central and northeastern parts of the U.S. state of Georgia. The route connects Interstate 16 south of Bloomingdale to the North Carolina state line, northwest of Hiawassee, via Thomson and Washington.

Route description[edit]

From Bloomingdale to Washington[edit]

SR 17 begins at exit 152 on I-16, the westernmost exit for I-16 in Chatham County. SR 17 runs north to Bloomingdale, where it begins a concurrency with US 80/SR 26 westward. After entering Effingham County, SR 17 departs US 80/SR 26, and continues northwest, paralleling the Ogeechee River through rural parts of Effingham, Screven, and Jenkins Counties before arriving in Millen.

After a short concurrency with SR 23 and SR 67 in Millen, SR 17 continues west, then northwest, still parallel to the Ogeechee River, to Louisville. SR 17 runs concurrent with US 1/US 221/SR 4 from Louisville north to Wrens. In Wrens, SR 17 departs and continues to the northwest to Thomson.

In Thomson, SR 17 runs concurrent with US 78/SR 10 north to Washington. Just north of Thomson is an interchange with Interstate 20. In Washington, SR 17 departs the concurrency with US 78/SR 10, and intersects with US 378, before leaving the town.

From Washington to Toccoa[edit]

After passing through Washington, SR 17 passes through the small town of Tignall as it continues into the mountains of northeast Georgia, first passing through Elberton, where it has a short concurrency with SR 72, then Bowman, where it intersects SR 172, and bypassing the town of Royston.

In Canon, it intersects and runs concurrent with SR 51; the concurrency ends in the small town of Bowersville, where SR 51 departs east towards Hartwell, and SR 17 heads north towards the city of Lavonia. In Lavonia, SR 17 goes through downtown before becoming a divided highway as it has a parclo interchange with Interstate 85 just north of downtown Lavonia. Afterwards, the divided highway ends, and SR 17 continues on its way through rural Stephens County before reaching the city of Toccoa.

From Toccoa to Young Harris[edit]

Southeast of Toccoa, the route turns to a westerly direction, bypassing the city on another divided highway towards Clarkesville, running concurrent with US 123/SR 365 in the process. Sometime after entering Habersham County, the route departs northwest, with US 123 ending soon after and SR 365 heading southwest towards the cities of Gainesville and Atlanta. There is a concurrency with SR 115 somewhere around the Clarkesville area. Outside of Clarkesville, the route continues northwest, passing through the historic Nachoochee Valley.

SR 17 then begins a concurrency with SR 75. The routes travel north through the tourist town of Helen. The two routes continue north over Unicoi Gap, then descend into the Hiawassee River valley. East of the town of Hiawassee, Georgia, the routes begin a concurrency with US 76/SR 2.

In Hiawassee, SR 75 departs to the north. A few miles to the west, in Young Harris, SR 17 departs US 76/SR 2, and begins a short concurrency to the north with SR 515 until they both reach their northern terminus at the North Carolina border. The road continues into North Carolina as North Carolina Highway 69.

All of SR 17, from Louisville to a point southeast of Clarkesville (an intersection of US 23/US 441/SR 15 with US 123/SR 17), is included as part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility.[2]

History[edit]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Chatham Bloomingdale 0.0 0.0 I‑16 (SR 404) – Macon, Savannah I-16 exit 152
US 80 east / SR 26 east to I‑95 – Pooler, Savannah Southern end of US 80/SR 26 concurrency
To I‑95 / Jimmy DeLoach Parkway
Effingham   US 80 west / SR 26 west / SR 30 west – Statesboro Northern end of US 80/SR 26 concurrency, southern end of SR 30 concurrency
  SR 30 east (Noel C. Conaway Road) – Port Wentworth Northern end of SR 30 concurrency
Guyton SR 119 (Springfield Avenue) – Pembroke, Springfield
Screven Oliver SR 24 – Statesboro, Newington
Cooperville US 301 / SR 73 – Statesboro, Sylvania
Jenkins   SR 17 Byp. west (Recreation Drive) Southern terminus of SR 17 Byp
Millen SR 23 north (North Masonic Street) / SR 67 north (East Winthrope Avenue) – Sardis, Sylvania south end of SR 23/SR 67 concurrency
US 25 / SR 121 / SR 23 south / SR 67 south / SR 17 Byp. east – Statesboro, Waynesboro north end of SR 23/SR 67 concurrency
Burke Midville SR 56 (Jones Street) – Swainsboro, Waynesboro
  SR 78 west (Midville Highway) – Wadley Northern terminus of SR 78
Jefferson Louisville US 1 south / SR 4 south – Wadley Southern end of US 1/SR 4 concurrency
SR 24 (Waynesboro Road) – Louisville, Waynesboro

US 221 south / US 1 Bus. south / SR 4 Bus. south (Peachtree Street) – Louisville, Bartow
Northern terminus of US 1 Bus./SR 4 Bus., southern end of US 221 concurrency
  SR 296 north – Stapleton Southern terminus of SR 296
Wrens SR 88 west – Orange Southern end of SR 88 concurrency
US 1 north / US 221 north / SR 4 north / SR 88 east (Main Street) – Harlem, Augusta Northern end of US 1/US 221/SR 4/SR 88 concurrency
SR 80 east (Broad Street) / SR 102 west (Stapleton Highway) – Stapleton, Waynesboro Eastern terminus of SR 102, southern end of SR 80 concurrency
  SR 80 west – Warrenton Northern end of SR 80 concurrency
Warren   SR 296 south – Stapleton
  SR 17 Conn. west (Purvis School Road) Eastern terminus of SR 17 Conn.
McDuffie   SR 17 Byp. north (Thomson Bypass) – Lincolnton, Washington, truck route to SR 10 / SR 12 west / SR 17 north Southern terminus of SR 17 Byp
Thomson US 278 (Hill Street) / SR 12 – Warrenton, Dearing, Augusta
SR 223 east (Whiteoak Street) Southern end of SR 223 concurrency
SR 150 east (Gordon Street) / I‑20 / Tom Watson Way – Cedar Rock, Camak, Clarks Hill, Mistletoe State Park Western terminus of SR 150, northern end of SR 223 concurrency; former SR 223 west
  I‑20 (SR 402) – Atlanta, Augusta I-20 exit 172
  US 78 east / SR 10 east / SR 17 Byp. south (Thomson Bypass) Northern terminus of SR 17 Byp, southern end of US 78/SR 10 concurrency
  SR 43 north (Lincolnton Road) – Lincolnton, Elijah Clark State Park Southern terminus of SR 43
Wilkes   SR 80 south to I‑20 – Warrenton
  SR 47 Conn. north Southern terminus of SR 47 Conn.
Washington
US 378 east / US 78 Bus. west / SR 47 / SR 10 Bus. west (R. Toombs Avenue) – Lincolnton, Washington CBD, Crawfordville, Elijah Clark State Park
US 78 west / SR 10 west – Lexington, Athens Northern end of US 78/SR 10 concurrency
SR 44 (Danburg Road) – Washington, Danburg
  SR 17 Bus. south (Tignall Road) – Washington Northern terminus of SR 17 Bus.
Elbert Elberton SR 72 east (Calhoun Falls Highway) – Calhoun Falls, SC, Lake Russell, Airport Southern end of SR 72 concurrency
SR 77 Conn. north (Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) – Hartwell, Anderson, SC, truck route to SR 77 Southern terminus of SR 77 Conn.
SR 77 (Oliver Street) – Lexington, Hartwell, Richard B. Russell State Park and Golf Course
  SR 72 west (Athens Highway) – Athens Northern end of SR 72 concurrency
Bowman SR 172 (Broad Street) – Colbert, Hartwell
Hart   SR 17 Bus. north Southern terminus of SR 17 Bus.
Royston US 29 / SR 8 (Hartwell Street) – Danielsville, Hartwell
Franklin SR 17 Bus. south (Bowersville Street) Northern terminus of SR 17 Bus.
Canon SR 51 west (Starr's Bridge Road) – Carnesville Southern end of SR 51 concurrency
Hart Bowersville SR 51 east (Scheafer Street) – Bowersville, Hartwell Northern end of SR 51 concurrency
Franklin   SR 327 south (New Franklin Church Road) – Victoria Bryant State Park Northern terminus of SR 327
Lavonia SR 59 / SR 77 Conn. east (West Avenue) – Carnesville, Hartwell, Tugaloo State Park, Hart State Park
I‑85 (SR 403) – Atlanta, Greenville I-85 exit 173
Stephens Avalon SR 328 east (Gumlog Road) – Tugaloo State Park Western terminus of SR 328
Toccoa SR 17 Alt. north (Big A Road) – Toccoa, Georgia Baptist Conference Center, Currahee Military Museum Southern terminus of SR 17 Alt.
  SR 145 (Liberty Hill Road) – Toccoa
Toccoa SR 63 / SR 106 (Mize Road) – Carnesville, Georgia Baptist Conference Center
  US 123 north / SR 365 north / SR 184 – Toccoa, Lake Hartwell, Georgia Baptist Conference Center, Currahee Military Museum, Airport Southern end of US 123/SR 365 concurrency
Habersham   US 23 south / US 441 south / SR 365 south – Gainesville, Atlanta Northern end of US 123/SR 365 concurrency
  US 23 / US 441 / SR 15 to SR 365 south – Clayton
Clarkesville SR 197 south (Washington Street) – Demorest, Mount Airy Southern end of SR 197 concurrency

US 441 Bus. south / SR 385 south – Cornelia
Southern end of US 441 Bus./SR 385 concurrency

US 441 Bus. north / SR 197 north / SR 385 north (Washington Street) – Clayton
north end of US 441 Bus. / SR 197 / SR 385 overlap; south end of SR 115 overlap
  SR 115 west – Cleveland north end of SR 115 concurrency
Harvest SR 105 south – Cornelia Western terminus of SR 105
  SR 255 south (Blue Creek Road) – Cleveland Southern terminus of SR 255 concurrency
  SR 255 Alt. north (Ben T. Huiet Highway) – Moccasin Creek State Park Southern terminus of SR 255 Alt.
White Sautee Nacoochee SR 255 north – Clayton, Stovall Mill Covered Bridge, Arts & Community Center Northern end of SR 255 concurrency
SR 75 south to SR 365 – Cleveland, Atlanta Southern end of SR 75 concurrency
Robertstown SR 356 north – Anna Ruby Falls, Moccasin Creek State Park, Unicoi State Park & Lodge Western terminus of SR 356
SR 75 Alt. south – Cleveland, Smithgall Woods Center Northern terminus of SR 75 Alt.
Towns   SR 180 west – Brasstown Bald Eastern terminus of SR 180
Macedonia US 76 east / SR 2 east – Clayton Southern end of US 76/SR 2 concurrency
  SR 288 west (Sunnyside Road) – Lake Chatuge Recreation Area Eastern terminus of SR 288
Hiawassee SR 75 north (Bellcreek Road) – Franklin, NC Northern end of SR 75 concurrency
Friendship SR 288 east (Sunnyside Road) – Lake Chatuge Recreation Area Western terminus of SR 288
  US 76 west / SR 2 west / SR 515 south – Young Harris Northern end of US 76/SR 2 concurrency, southern end of SR 515 concurrency
  SR 339 west (Crooked Creek Road) – Warne, NC Eastern terminus of SR 339
  NC 69 north – Hayesville North Carolina state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Bannered routes[edit]

Millen bypass route[edit]

State Route 17 Bypass
Location: Millen
Length: 1.5 mi[3] (2.4 km)

State Route 17 Bypass (SR 17 Bypass) is a 1.5-mile-long (2.4 km) bypass route that exists entirely within the central part of Jenkins County. Nearly the entire route is within the city limits of Millen.

It begins at an intersection with the SR 17 mainline (South Masonic Street) just south of town. It heads northwest into town on Recreation Drive. Then, it curves to the west-southwest on South Gray Street. A few blocks later, it intersects US 25/SR 23/SR 67/SR 121 (Statesboro Road). The five routes travel concurrent to the north-northeast and curve to a nearly due-north routing. At SR 17 (West Winthrope Avenue), SR 23/SR 67 leaves the concurrency to the right on SR 17 south, US 25/SR 121 continue straight ahead, and SR 17 Bypass reaches its northern terminus.[3]

The only part of SR 17 Bypass that is included as part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility, is the part concurrent with US 25/SR 23/SR 67/SR 121.[2]

The entire route is in Jenkins County.

Location Mile[3] km Destinations Notes
  0.0 0.0 SR 17 (South Masonic Street) – Rocky Ford Southern terminus
Millen 0.9 1.4 US 25 south / SR 67 south / SR 23 south / SR 121 south Southern end of US 25/SR 23/SR 67/SR 121 concurrency
1.5 2.4 US 25 / SR 121 (Statesboro Road) / SR 23 / SR 67 (West Winthrope Avenue)
SR 17 (West Winthrope Avenue) – Midville
Northern terminus; northern end of US 25/SR 23/SR 67/SR 121 concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Thomson bypass route[edit]

State Route 17 Bypass
Location: Thomson
Length: 7.4 mi[4] (11.9 km)

State Route 17 Bypass (SR 17 Bypass) is a 7.4-mile-long (11.9 km) bypass route that exists entirely within the central part of McDuffie County. Its entire length is a bypass of Thomson.

It begins at an intersection with the SR 17 mainline (Wrens Highway) south-southeast of town. It heads northeast and curves to the north-northeast and intersects US 78/SR 10/SR 17 (Augusta Road). At this intersection, US 78/SR 10 run concurrent with SR 17 Bypass, while US 278 heads to the west, concurrent with SR 12 and enters Thomson. After this intersection, US 78/SR 10/SR 17 Bypass travel to the northeast and curve to the north-northwest before intersecting SR 223 (White Oak Road). After curving to a due-west orientation, the concurrency bends to the northwest and briefly enters town. Immediately after crossing the city limits, they intersect SR 150 (Cobbham Road). The three highway curve back to the north-northwest and leave town. Farther along, they cross over, without an interchange with, Interstate 20 (I-20; Carl Sanders Highway). A few thousand feet farther to the north-northwest, they curve to the west-northwest and intersect the SR 17 mainline (Washington Road). At this intersection, SR 17 Bypass reaches its northern terminus, and US 78/SR 10 turn right onto SR 17 north.[4]

SR 17 Bypass is not part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility.[2]

The entire route is in McDuffie County.

Location Mile[4] km Destinations Notes
  0.0 0.0 SR 17 (Wrens Highway) – Wrens, Thomson Southern terminus
  1.8 2.9 US 78 / US 278 east / SR 10 east / SR 12 west (Augusta Road) Southern end of US 78/SR 10 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 12
  3.2 5.1 SR 223 (White Oak Road) – Thomson, Grovetown
Thomson 4.6 7.4 SR 150 (Cobbham Road)
  7.4 11.9 US 78 / SR 10 / SR 17 (Washington Road) Northern terminus; northern end of US 78/SR 10 concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Washington business loop[edit]

State Route 17 Business
Location: Washington
Length: 2.7 mi[5] (4.3 km)

State Route 17 Business (SR 17 Business) is a 2.7-mile-long (4.3 km) business route that exists entirely within the south central part of Wilkes County. Nearly all of the route is contained within the city limits of Washington.

It begins at an intersection with US 78/SR 10/SR 17 (Thomson Road) on the southeastern edge of the city limits of Washington. This intersection also marks the western terminus of US 378 and the eastern terminus of US 78 Business/SR 10 Business, which, along with SR&nbps;47, are concurrent with SR 17 Business from its southern terminus. US 78 Business/SR 10 Business/SR 17 Business/SR 47 travel northwest into the main part of town on East Robert Toombs Avenue. Just after passing the Robert Toombs House, SR 17 Business departs the concurrency by turning right onto Poplar Drive. The route travels to the north and begins a gradual curve to the north-northeast. A few blocks later, it intersects US 78/SR 10/SR 44 (Lexington Road). SR 17 Business/SR 44 head concurrent for one block. At Danburg Road, SR 44 splits off to the east. It gently curves to the northwest before curving back to the north-northeast and meeting its terminus, a second intersection with the SR 17 mainline (Tignall Road), north of town.[5]

SR 17 Business is not part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility.[2]

The entire route is in Wilkes County.

Location Mile[5] km Destinations Notes
Washington 0.0 0.0 US 78 / SR 10 / SR 17 (Thomson Road)
US 378 east / SR 47 east (Lincolnton Road)

US 78 Bus. west / SR 10 Bus. west (East Robert Toombs Avenue)
Southern terminus; southern end of US 78 Business/SR 10 Business/SR 47 concurrency; western terminus of US 378
1.2 1.9
US 78 Bus. west / SR 10 Bus. west / SR 47 west
Northern end of US 78 Business/SR 10 Business/SR 47 concurrency
1.8 2.9 US 78 / SR 10 / SR 44 west (Lexington Road) Southern end of SR 44 concurrency
1.8 2.9 SR 44 east (Danburg Road) – Sandtown Northern end of SR 44 concurrency
  2.7 4.3 SR 17 (Tignall Road) – Tignall Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Royston business loop[edit]

State Route 17 Business
Location: Royston
Length: 2.2 mi[6] (3.5 km)

State Route 17 Business (SR 17 Business) is a 2.2-mile-long (3.5 km) business route that exists within portions of Hart and Franklin counties in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. Except for the very beginning of the highway, the entire route is within the city limits of Royston.

It begins at an intersection with the SR 17 mainline just southwest of town, in Hart County. It travels northwest, enters the city limits, and passes Rose Hill Cemetery. Just past the cemetery, it enters Franklin County. The highway curves to the north and meets the northern terminus of SR 281 (Wildcat Bridge Road). After beginning a very gradual slant to the north-northeast, it intersects US 29/SR 8. The highway slightly bends to the north-northwest and meets its northern terminus, a second intersection with the SR 17 mainline.[6]

SR 17 Business is not part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility.[2]


County Location Mile[6] km Destinations Notes
Hart   0.0 0.0 SR 17 – Bowman Southern terminus
Franklin Royston 0.9 1.4 SR 281 south (Wildcat Bridge Road) – Danielsville Northern terminus of SR 281
1.3 2.1 US 29 / SR 8 (Franklin Springs Street/Hartwell Street)
2.2 3.5 SR 17 – Canon Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Alternate route[edit]

State Route 17 Alternate
Location: Toccoa to Clarkesville
Length: 19.4 mi[7] (31.2 km)

State Route 17 Alternate (SR 17 Alternate) is a 19.4-mile-long (31.2 km) alternate route that exists within portions of Stephens and Habersham counties in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. The highway connects the Toccoa area with Clarkesville, via Toccoa Falls. Part of the highway, from Hollywood to Clarkesville, runs along a former section of U.S. Route 441.

It begins at an intersection with the SR 17 mainline (Toccoa Bypass), at a point on the far southeastern edge of Toccoa (and north of Eastanollee). The highway travels in a northeasterly direction on South Big A Road. It passes Stephens County Memorial Gardens and continues toward the main part of town. It has an intersection with US 123/SR 365 (East Currahee Street). It curves to the west-southwest and intersects SR 184 (Prather Bridge Road). The two routes travel concurrent through town until they reach Broad Street. They split, with SR 184 heading south and SR 17 Alternate heading north. At Toccoa Cemetery, SR 17 Alternate turns to the left onto Toccoa Falls Road and travels to the northwest. Then, it leaves town, passes through Toccoa Falls, and enters the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest. In a curving fashion, it travels to the northwest, passing the Toccoa Reservoir. Roughly halfway through its forest section, SR 17 Alternate enters Habersham County. On the edge of leaving the forest, it intersects US 23/US 441/SR 15. This intersection also marks the northern terminus of US 441 Business/SR 385, which run concurrent with the highway southwest of here. The three highways enter Clarkesville. In town, they intersect SR 197, which joins the concurrency. The four routes travel to the southwest on Grant Street and curve to the southeast on Washington Street. At Monroe Avenue, they intersect the SR 17 mainline. At this intersection, SR 17 Alternate meets its northern terminus, SR 115 meets its eastern terminus, and SR 17 joins the concurrency.[7]

SR 17 Alternate, from its southern terminus to the Stephens–Habersham county line is included as part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility.[2]


County Location Mile[7] km Destinations Notes
Stephens Toccoa 0.0 0.0 SR 17 (Toccoa Bypass) – Lavonia, Clarkesville Southern terminus
2.9 4.7 US 123 / SR 365 (East Currahee Street)
3.4 5.5 SR 184 north (Prather Bridge Road) Southern end of SR 184 concurrency
4.1 6.6 SR 184 south (Broad Street) Northern end of SR 184 concurrency
Habersham Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest 14.0 22.5 US 23 / US 441 / SR 15

US 441 Bus. south / SR 385 south (Talmadge Drive)
Southern end of US 441 Business/SR 385 concurrency
Clarkesville 19.3 31.1 SR 197 north (Bridge Street) – Batesville Southern end of SR 197 concurrency
19.4 31.2
US 441 Bus. south / SR 385 south / SR 197 south (Washington Street)
SR 17 / SR 115 west (Monroe Avenue/Washington Street) – Eastanollee, Cleveland, Helen
Northern terminus; northern terminus of US 441 Business/SR 385 & SR 197 concurrencies; eastern terminus of SR 115
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Route map: Google / Bing