Mississippi Highway 304

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MS Highway 304 marker

MS Highway 304
Route information
Maintained by MDOT
Length: 14.404 mi[1] (23.181 km)
Major junctions
West end: US 61 near Lake Cormorant
  I-69 in Banks
East end: I-55 / I-69 in Hernando
Highway system
MS 302 MS 305

Mississippi Highway 304 consists of two routes in northwest Mississippi:

MS 304 formerly ran on a two-lane alignment south of the present routing from U.S. 61 in Tunica Resorts (Tunica County) east to Interstate 55 in Hernando. The western portion of the former route is now officially part of MS 713; the remainder of the route (except the portion that is part of the scenic route noted above) no longer has an official state designation, but a number of state highway markers still appear along the route and at intersections.


East of Hernando, the proposed route of MS 304 coincides with proposed Interstate 269, continuing east to enter Marshall County near Byhalia to intersect U.S. Highway 78 (future Interstate 22), then turning north to cross the Mississippi–Tennessee border near Piperton. Tennessee would construct the remainder of the route north to existing TN 385. This portion of the route is currently in the planning stages, with construction expected to begin around 2009.

Exit list[edit]

Destinations Notes
US 61 – Tunica, Memphis Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
MS 3 Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
I-69 south / MS 713 – Tunica West end of I-69 overlap; westbound exit and eastbound entrance
MS 301
Fogg Road
Tulane Road Formerly signed as Odom Road
I-55 / I-69 north – Jackson, Southaven, Memphis East end of I-69 overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance; temporary eastern terminus

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