Mississippi Highway 302

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MS Highway 302 marker

MS Highway 302
Route information
Maintained by MDOT
Length: 34.862 mi[1] (56.105 km)
Major junctions
West end: MS 161 in Walls
  US 61 in Walls
US 51 in Horn Lake
I-55 / I-69 in Southaven
US 78 in Olive Branch
East end: US 72 near Barton
Highway system
MS 301 MS 304

Mississippi Highway 302 (also signed as Goodman Road) is the main east-west highway in DeSoto County, Mississippi, extending into Marshall County, Mississippi to the east. It runs approximately two miles south of the Mississippi/Tennessee state line, from a western terminus at Mississippi Highway 161 (old U.S. 61) in Walls, to U.S. 72 just west of Mount Pleasant.

Route description[edit]

For approximately one mile beginning at MS 161 and on eastward, MS 302 is a four-lane expressway to accommodate the U.S. 61 interchange. MS 302 then continues east from U.S. 61 to U.S. 78 at Olive Branch, mainly as a four-lane highway with a center turn lane and significant commercial frontage. From U.S. 78 to MS 309, MS 302 is a four-lane expressway with at-grade intersections (with the exception of the overpass at Germantown Road/MS 305). Eastward from MS 309, the four-lane expressway continues, with a grade-separated interchange at the U.S. 72 terminus.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
De Soto Walls MS 161 – Walls
US 61 – Memphis, Tunica interchange
Horn Lake MS 301 – Memphis, Arkabutla, Arkabutla Lake
US 51 – Southaven, Hernando
Southaven I-55 / I-69 – Memphis, Jackson I-55 exit 289
Olive Branch US 78 – Memphis, Tupelo future I-22 exit 2
MS 305 (Germantown Road / Cockrum Road) to MS 178 / Pigeon Roost Road – Downtown Olive Branch interchange
Marshall Barton MS 309 – Collierville, Byhalia
  I-269 under construction
  US 72 – Memphis, Corinth interchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  •       Unopened

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