Georgia State Route 171

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State Route 171 marker

State Route 171
Route information
Maintained by GDOT
Length: 76.9 mi[1] (123.8 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 221 / SR 56 northeast of Soperton
  US 80 / SR 26 northeast of Adrian
US 319 / SR 78 in southwestern Jefferson CountyBartow
US 221 / SR 24 southwest of Louisville
North end:
US 278 Byp. / SR 12 Byp. in Warrenton
Location
Counties: Treutlen, Emanuel, Johnson, Jefferson, Glascock, Warren
Highway system
  • Georgia State Routes
SR 170 SR 172

State Route 171 (SR 171) is a 76.9-mile-long (123.8 km) state highway that runs south-to-north through portions of Treutlen, Emanuel, Johnson, Jefferson, Glascock, and Warren counties in the east-central part of the U.S. state of Georgia.

Route description[edit]

SR 171 begins at an intersection with US 221/SR 56, northeast of Soperton, in Treutlen County. US 221/SR 171 run concurrent for just over half of SR 171's length. A little ways north of that point, the two highways cross into Emanuel County and then, the Ohoopee River. They meet US 80/SR 26. They curve to the northwest, then curve back to the northeast. After a brief entrance into Johnson County, and a longer re-entrance to Emanuel County, the concurrency enters Johnson County again. They continue to the northeast and then curve to the northwest to the town of Kite, where they meet SR 57. They continue to the north and begin a gradual curve to the northeast to enter Jefferson County. The routes meet US 319/SR 78, which join the concurrency. Just before entering Bartow, they intersect SR 242. In town, US 319/SR 78 depart to the east. US 221/SR 171 continue to the north, until they meet SR 24, which joins the concurrency. The three highways head to the northeast until a point just southwest of Louisville. There, SR 171 departs to the northwest. Farther to the northwest is SR 88 (Jefferson Davis Memorial Highway). It continues to the northwest to enter Glascock County. It curves to the northeast, until it enters the town of Gibson. There, it meets SR 102. The road heads north and curves to the northwest to enter Warren County. SR 171 continues to the northwest until it meets its northern terminus, an intersection with US 278 Bypass/SR 12 Bypass, in Warrenton.[1]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Treutlen   0.0 0.0 US 221 south / SR 56 – Soperton, Swainsboro Southern terminus
Emanuel Ohoopee River 2.8 4.5 Unnamed bridge Crossing over the Ohoopee River
  6.9 11.1 US 80 / SR 26
Johnson
No major junctions
Emanuel
No major junctions
Johnson Kite 17.1 27.5 SR 57 (Kight Road/College Street) – Wrightsville, Swainsboro
Jefferson Little Ohoopee River 20.1 32.3 Unnamed bridge Crossing over the Little Ohoopee River
  27.4 44.1 US 319 south / SR 78 west Southern end of US 319/SR 78 concurrency
  30.7 49.4 SR 242 west (Minor Drive) – Sandersville Eastern terminus of SR 242
Bartow 31.0 49.9 US 319 north / SR 78 east (Wadley Road) Northern end of US 319/SR 78 concurrency
  38.0 61.2 SR 24 west – Sandersville Southern end of SR 24 concurrency
Ogeechee River 39.5 63.6 Unnamed bridge Crossing over the Ogeechee River
  40.8 65.7 US 221 north / SR 24 east Northern end of US 221 & SR 24 concurrencies
  50.9 81.9 SR 88 (Jefferson Davis Memorial Highway) – Sandersville, Wrens
Glascock Gibson 64.1 103.2 SR 102 west (East Main Street) – Mitchell Southern end of SR 102 concurrency
64.1 103.2 SR 102 east (East Main Street) – Wrens Northern end of SR 102 concurrency
Warren Warrenton 76.9 123.8
US 278 Byp. / SR 12 Byp. (Legion Road)
Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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