Georgia State Route 520

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This article is about the current state highway. For the Interstate Highway, see Interstate 520.

State Route 520 marker

State Route 520
South Georgia Parkway
Route information
Maintained by GDOT
Length: 261.0 mi[3] (420.0 km)
Existed: 1988[1][2] – present
Major junctions
West end: US-280 / SR-38 at the Alabama state line at the Chattahoochee River in Phenix City
  I‑185 / US 27 in Columbus
US 82 in Dawson
US 19 in Albany
I‑75 / US 41 in Tifton
US 1 / US 23 / US 84 in Waycross
I‑95 / US 17 / US 82 southwest of Brunswick
US 17 south of Brunswick
East end: Beach View Drive on Jekyll Island
Location
Counties: Muscogee, Chattahoochee, Stewart, Webster, Terrell, Dougherty, Worth, Tift, Berrien, Atkinson, Ware, Brantley, Glynn
Highway system
  • Georgia State Routes
SR 515 SR 540

State Route 520 (SR 520), also known as the South Georgia Parkway, is a state highway in the southern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. It runs from the Alabama state line, at the Chattahoochee River to Jekyll Island. It has many concurrencies along its route, including U.S. Route 280 (US 280) from the Alabama state line to Richland; US 27 from Columbus to Cusseta; and especially US 82 from Dawson to a point southwest of Brunswick.

Route description[edit]

Columbus to Albany[edit]

SR 520 begins at the Alabama state line concurrent with US 280. On the Alabama side of the state line, US 280 is concurrent with unsigned Alabama State Route 38. On the Georgia side of the state line, US 280/SR 520 head east through Columbus to an intersection with US 27/SR 1. The four highways head southeast through the city, along Victory Drive to an interchange with Interstate 185 (I-185), and through Fort Benning. Southeast of Fort Benning, the four highways have an intersection with SR 26 just prior to entering Cusseta. In town, US 27/SR 1 split from the concurrency, toward Lumpkin, while US 280/SR 520 head southeast to Richland. Here, the two highways intersect SR 27, with US 280 heading east along SR 27. SR 520 heads southeast alone, intersecting SR 41 in Weston, before reaching Dawson. In Dawson, there is an intersection with SR 45, which begins a short concurrency with SR 520. A short distance later is an intersection with SR 32, followed by US 82/SR 45/SR 50, where the concurrency with SR 45 ends and the one with US 82 begins. Just before leaving town, US 82/SR 520 intersect SR 55. The two highways head southeast until they reach Albany.[3]

Albany to Tifton[edit]

At the beginning of Albany, the two highways become a freeway known as Liberty Expressway. At the intersection with US 19/SR 3, which join the concurrency, US 19 Business/US 82 Business/SR 520 Business head south into downtown Albany. At the next exit is SR 91/SR 133. SR 133 joins the concurrency at this point. The five highways curve to the south, where US 82/SR 520 head east along with SR 300. Here, US 19/SR 3/SR 133/SR 300 continue south on the expressway. Just east of Albany, SR 300 leaves the concurrency to the northeast. US 82/SR 520 then intersect US 82 Business/SR 520 Business, where they both meet their eastern terminus. The concurrency heads to Sylvester. There, they meet SR 313, SR 33, and SR 112. The two routes continue easterly to Tifton.[3]

Tifton to Waycross[edit]

Just after entering Tifton, the two routes meet I-75, before intersecting US 319/SR 35. The two highways join the concurrency for about 3 miles (4.8 km). In the downtown part of the town is US 41/SR 7/SR 125. After leaving the town, US 319/SR 35 leave the concurrency, while US 82/SR 520 continue to the east-southeast. Prior to entering Alapaha, the concurrent highways intersect US 129/SR 11. These highways join the concurrency until they leave in town about 1 mile (1.6 km) later. Farther to the east, in Willacoochee, US 82/SR 520 intersect SR 90 and then have a very brief concurrency with SR 135. In Pearson, the concurrency intersects US 221/US 441/SR 31/SR 64. SR 64 joins the concurrency for less than 1 mile (1.6 km). Just prior to entering Waresboro is an intersection with SR 158. About 5 miles (8.0 km) later, US 1/US 23/SR 4 join the concurrency for about 8 miles (13 km). About 3 miles (4.8 km) after the beginning of the US 1/US 23/SR 4 concurrency is SR 122. Then, the concurrency enters Waycross.[3]

Waycross to Jekyll Island[edit]

In Waycross, the concurrency meets US 84/SR 38, which join for about 1 mile (1.6 km). Approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) later, US 1/US 23/SR 4 depart to the southeast, while US 82/SR 520 head to the east. At this same intersection, US 1 Business/US 23 Business/SR 4 Business head to the northwest. Southeast of Waycross is SR 177, which leads to Laura S. Walker State Park and the Okefenokee Swamp. In Hoboken, is an intersection with SR 15/SR 121. Farther to the east, in Nahunta is US 301/SR 23. In Atkinson is an intersection with SR 259 and a very brief concurrency with SR 110. Approximately 9 miles (14 km) later, US 82/SR 520 meet the western terminus of SR 99. Then, just before meeting I-95, is an intersection with US 17/SR 25, along with SR 303. This intersection marks the eastern terminus of US 82. US 17/SR 25/SR 520 head southeast until SR 520 splits to the southeast, along Jekyll Island Causeway, while US 17/SR 25 head north to Brunswick. SR 520 crosses the Jekyll River onto Jekyll Island and terminates at Beach View Drive.[3]

Miscellaneous notes[edit]

While not part of the Appalachian Development Highway System, SR 520 is nevertheless designated as Corridor Z. To emphasize the special designation, SR 520 route markers have a green background and numbers as opposed to black, which is normally used on state Route markers. Some markers also feature the small abbreviation "CORR Z" near the top of the state outline, though this practice is being phased out.[citation needed]

All of SR 520 from the Alabama state line to at least the eastern intersection with US 17/SR 25 near Jekyll Island is part of the National Highway System (NHS), a system of routes determined to be the most important for the nation's economy, mobility and defense.[4][5][6]

History[edit]

Prior to designation[edit]

The roadway that would eventually become SR 520 was established in 1920 as SR 1 from Columbus to Cusseta, SR 32 from Dawson to Sylvester, and SR 46 from Sylvester to Tifton. In 1921, SR 55 was established along a route from Louvale, at an intersection with SR 1 to Dawson, and SR 50 was established along a stretch of highway from Dawson in the west, to at least as far as Waynesville, at an intersection with SR 27, in the east. Nearly all of SR 55, and all of that stretch of SR 50, were eventually utilized by SR 520.[7][8] By 1926, a portion of SR 1 southeast of Columbus and a portion of SR 50 west of Sylvester were paved. Also, US 84 was designated along the portion of SR 50 east of Waycross. Sometime around 1926, SR 27 was redesignated as SR 25.[8][9] By January 1932, US 280 was designated along SR 1 from Columbus to Cusseta and SR 55 from Cusseta to Richland. All of US 280/SR 1 and nearly all of US 280/SR 55 were paved. Also, a portion of SR 55 northwest of Dawson was paved. Almost all of SR 50 from Dawson to Tifton was paved, along with a portion west of Waycross, and the entirety of US 84/SR 50 east of the city.[10][11] During October of that year all of US 280/SR 55 was paved.[12][13] By May 1933, a portion of SR 55 between Alapaha and Willacoochee was paved.[13][14] In June, a small portion of SR 55 southeast of Richland was paved.[15][16] By October 1934, a portion of SR 50 east of Tifton, as well as one west of Alapaha, was paved.[17][18] By January 1935, US 27 was designated along US 280/SR 1 from Columbus to Cusseta.[18][19] By October 1935, all of SR 55 between Richland and Dawson was paved.[20][21] By July 1936, all of SR 50 from Tifton to Willacoochee was paved. Also, nearly all of SR 50 east of Pearson was paved.[22][23] By July 1937, all of the highway that would eventually become SR 520 between Columbus and Willacoochee was paved.[24][25] By October 1939, the last pieces of the highway were paved.[26][27] In 1948, US 82 entered the state, running concurrent with SR 50 only as far east as Waycross. In addition, SR 50 was extended, and paved, east to Jekyll Island.[28][29]

After designation[edit]

In 1988, SR 520 was designated along its entire current length, with SR 55 between Richland and Dawson and SR 50 from Dawson to Jekyll Island being decommissioned.[1][2] In 1989, the sections of US 82 and US 84 east of Waycross were swapped, presumably to make travel less confusing for drivers.[2][30]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile[3] km Exit Destinations Notes
Muscogee Columbus 0.0 0.0 US-280 west (SR-38) – Phenix City Alabama state line (Oglethorpe Bridge over Chattahoochee River)
0.4 0.6 US 27 north / SR 1 north (Veterans Parkway) – Hamilton, Waverly Hall, Airport Western end of US 27/SR 1 concurrency
Fort Benning 5.6 9.0 I‑185 north (SR 411) – Fort Benning, LaGrange, Airport I-185 exit 1
Custer Road - Sand Hill, 192nd & 198th interchange
Chattahoochee 8th Division Road Access Point interchange
15.9 25.6 SR 26 east – Buena Vista, Camp Darby, Andersonville National Historic Site Western terminus of SR 26
Cusseta Broad Street former SR 520 Bus. east
17.4 28.0 US 27 south / SR 1 south – Lumpkin, Westville, River Bend Park Eastern end of US 27/SR 1 concurrency
Stewart Richland 35.1 56.5 US 280 east / SR 27 (Nicholson Street) – Americus, Lumpkin, Plains Eastern end of US 280 concurrency
Webster Weston 44.3 71.3 SR 41 – Preston, Shellman
Terrell   60.4 97.2 SR 45 north to SR 49 – Plains, Concord, Andersonville National Historic Site, Jimmy Carter National Historic Site Western end of SR 45 concurrency
Dawson SR 32 east (Lee Street) to SR 118 – Leesburg, Ashburn, Bronwood, Smithville, Leslie Western terminus of SR 32
62.2 100.1 US 82 west / SR 45 south / SR 50 west (Graves Road) – Shellman, Cuthbert, Georgetown, Morgan, Arlington, George T. Bagby State Park Western end of US 82 concurrency; eastern end of SR 45 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 50
62.6 100.7 SR 55 south (South Herod Road) – Herod, Leary Northern terminus of SR 55
Dougherty Albany 82.4 132.6 8 Downtown Albany (Dawson Road) - Albany State University, Albany Tech College, Darton College
7 Nottingham Way
6
US 19 north / SR 3 north / US 19 Bus. south / US 82 Bus. east / SR 520 Bus. east (Slappey Boulevard) – Atlanta
west end of US 19 / SR 3 overlap; signed as exits 6A (north) and 6B (south/east) westbound
83.9 135.0 5 SR 91 / SR 133 north (Jefferson Street) – Downtown Albany west end of SR 133 overlap; signed westbound as exits 5A (north) and 5B (south)
4 Blaylock Street
87.1 140.2 US 19 south / SR 3 south / SR 133 south / SR 300 south – Camilla, Thomasville interchange; east end of US 19 / SR 3 / SR 133 overlap; west end of SR 300 overlap; US 82 / SR 520 eastbound follows exit 3
89.0 143.2 SR 300 north (Georgia-Florida Parkway) – Cordele, Atlanta, Marine Corps Logistics Base, Flint RiverQuarium Eastern end of SR 300 concurrency
  92.9 149.5
US 82 Bus. west / SR 520 Bus. west – Albany
interchange; westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Worth Sylvester 104 167 SR 313 north (Monroe Street) – Warwick Southern terminus of SR 313
105 169 SR 112 south (Isabella Street) – Camilla Western end of SR 112 concurrency
105 169 SR 33 / SR 112 north (Main Street) – Cordele, Ashburn, Historical Downtown Sylvester Eastern end of SR 112 concurrency
Tift Tifton 125 201 I‑75 (SR 401) – Macon, Valdosta I-75 exit 62
125 201 US 319 south / SR 35 south (Virginia Avenue) – Moultrie, Thomasville Western end of US 319 / SR 35 concurrency
126 203 US 41 / SR 7 / SR 125 (Main Street) – Adel, Nashville, Ashburn, Fitzgerald
  128 206 US 319 north / SR 35 north – Ocilla, Jefferson Davis State Historic Site Eastern end of US 319 / SR 35 concurrency
Berrien   143 230 US 129 north / SR 11 north – Ocilla, Jefferson Davis State Historic Site Western end of US 129 / SR 11 concurrency
Alapaha 144 232 US 129 south / SR 11 south – Nashville Eastern end of US 129 / SR 11 concurrency
Atkinson Willacoochee 155 249 SR 90 north (North Vickers Street) – Lax, Ocilla
155 249 SR 135 south (Peterson Street South) – Lakeland Western end of SR 135 concurrency
156 251 SR 135 north – Douglas Eastern end of SR 135 concurrency
Pearson 167 269 US 221 / US 441 / SR 31 / SR 64 west (Main Street) – Douglas, Lakeland, Homerville, General Coffee State Park Western end of SR 64 concurrency
167 269 SR 64 east (Pearson Street) Eastern end of SR 64 concurrency
Ware   187 301 SR 158 west (Douglas Highway) – Douglas, General Coffee State Park Eastern terminus of SR 158
  192 309 US 1 north / US 23 north / SR 4 north (Scapa Road) – Alma, Ware State Prison, Airport Western end of US 1 / US 23 / SR 4 concurrency
  195 314 SR 122 west (Carswell Avenue) – Lakeland, Baptist Village Eastern terminus of SR 122
Waycross 197 317 US 84 west / SR 38 west (Victory Drive) – Homerville, Valdosta Western end of US 84 / SR 38 concurrency
198 319 US 84 east (McDonald Street) / SR 38 east – Blackshear, Jesup, Savannah Eastern end of US 84 / SR 38 concurrency
200 322 US 1 south / US 23 south / SR 4 south (Memorial Drive) – Folkston

US 1 Bus. north / US 23 Bus. north / SR 4 Bus. north (Memorial Drive) – Downtown Business District
Eastern end of US 1 / US 23 / SR 4 concurrency; southern terminus of US 1 BUS/US 23 BUS/SR 4 BUS
  207 333 SR 177 south (Laura Walker Road) – Laura S. Walker State Park and Golf Course, Okefenokee Swamp Park, Georgia Lions Camp for the Blind Northern terminus of SR 177
Brantley Hoboken 212 341 SR 15 / SR 121 (Brantley Avenue) – Blackshear, Folkston
Nahunta 222 357 US 301 / SR 23 (Main Street) – Hortense, Jesup, Hickox, Folkston
Atkinson 229 369 SR 110 west to SR 32 / Old SR 259 – Jesup Western end of SR 110 concurrency
230 370 SR 110 east – Waverly, Woodbine Eastern end of SR 110 concurrency
Glynn   239 385 SR 99 north – Darien
  248 399 US 17 south / SR 25 south / SR 303 north – Spring Bluff, Woodbine, Blythe Island Western end of US 17 / SR 25 concurrency; southern terminus of SR 303
  248 399 I‑95 (SR 405) – Savannah, Jacksonville I-95 exit 29; east end of US 82 overlap
  254 409 US 17 north / SR 25 north – Brunswick Eastern end of US 17 / SR 25 concurrency
Jekyll Island east end of SR 520 at foot of M.E. Thompson Bridge over Jekyll River (Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Related routes[edit]

Cusseta business loop[edit]

State Route 520 Business
Location: Cusseta
Length: 2.3 mi[34] (3.7 km)
Existed: 1988[1][2]–2004[31][32][33]

State Route 520 Business (SR 520 Business) was a business loop of SR 520 that existed entirely within the city of Cusseta. It followed Broad Street through the city.[34]

The road that is now SR 520 Business was established in 1972 as SR 55 Business, when the road that is now SR 520 was established as part of SR 55.[35][36] In 1988, the same year that SR 520 was designated in Georgia, and SR 55 was decommissioned, SR 55 Business was redesignated as SR 520 Business.[1][2] In 2004, SR 520 Business was removed from the state highway system.[31][32][33]

Albany business loop[edit]

State Route 520 Business
Location: Albany
Length: 11.7 mi[37] (18.8 km)

State Route 520 Business (SR 520 Business) is a business loop of SR 520 that exists almost entirely within Albany. It follows North Slappey Boulevard and East Oglethorpe Boulevard through the city, and Sylvester Road east of the city. SR 520 Business runs entirely concurrent with US 82 Business; it also has a concurrency with US 19 Business and a brief concurrency with SR 234.[37]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e Georgia State Highway Department (January 1, 1989) (PDF). Georgia State Highway System (Map). Cartography by GSHD. http://www.dot.ga.gov/informationcenter/maps/Documents/StateMaps/1989_1990.pdf. Retrieved May 31, 2013.
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  6. ^ "National Highway System: Brunswick, GA" (PDF). United States Department of Transportation. October 1, 2012. Retrieved June 1, 2013. 
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  9. ^ Georgia State Highway Department (October 1, 1926) (PDF). Georgia State Highway System (Map). Cartography by GSHD. http://www.dot.ga.gov/informationcenter/maps/Documents/StateMaps/1926.pdf. Retrieved May 31, 2013.
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