Alabama State Route 10

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State Route 10 marker

State Route 10
Route information
Maintained by ALDOT
Length: 230.721 mi[1] (371.309 km)
Major junctions
West end: MS 19 at Mississippi state line near Yantley
  SR-17 at Butler
US-43 at Dixons Mills
SR-5 in southwestern Wilcox County
SR-21 at Oak Hill
I‑65 at Greenville
US-31 at Greenville
US-29 / US-331 at Luverne
US-29 / US-231 at Troy
US-431 at Abbeville
East end: SR 37 near Shorterville
Location
Counties: Choctaw, Marengo, Wilcox, Butler, Crenshaw, Pike, Barbour, Henry
Highway system
  • Alabama State Routes
I‑10 US-11

State Route 10 (SR-10) is a west–east state highway in the southern part of the U.S. state of Alabama. It is the lowest even-numbered route in the state that is not an unsigned partner route assigned to a U.S. Highway. It is also the only signed state route that extends from the Mississippi state line to the Georgia state line. The western terminus of the route is in northwestern Choctaw County near the community of Yantley, where it serves as a continuation of Mississippi Highway 19. The eastern terminus of the route is in Henry County near Shorterville. Once in Georgia, the route is designated as Georgia State Route 37.

Route description[edit]

SR-10 travels 232 miles (373 km). West of its interchange with Interstate 65 (I-65) in Greenville, the route passes through the Black Belt, traditionally one of the poorer areas of the state. Among the cities and towns the route passes through west of I-65 are Butler and Camden. SR-10 passes through Luverne, Troy, and Abbeville, before reaching the Chattahoochee River at the Georgia state line.

There is a low (10 feet (3.0 m)) clearance under a railroad underpass in Greenville.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Choctaw   0.000 0.000 MS 19 north – Meridian Mississippi state line
Butler 17.582 28.295 SR-17 – York, Chatom, Choctaw County Historical Museum
  26.502 42.651 SR-114 east – Pennington
Marengo   31.078 50.015 SR-69 – Linden, Coffeeville
Dixons Mills 45.662 73.486 US-43 (SR-13) – Linden, Thomasville
Vineland 53.461 86.037 SR-25 – Thomaston
Wilcox Pine Hill 59.171 95.226 SR-5 – Selma, Thomasville
  75.043 120.770
SR-221 / SR-41 Truck south – Linden, Monroeville
West end of SR-41 Truck overlap
  75.240 121.087 SR-164 east
Camden 77.361 124.500 SR-28 – Linden, Camden West end of SR-28 Truck overlap
79.361 127.719 SR-28 west / SR-41 – Selma, Camden East end of SR-28 Truck / SR-41 Truck overlap; west end of SR-28 overlap
  82.939 133.477 SR-28 east – Hayneville, Montgomery West end of SR-28 overlap
Oak Hill 92.515 148.888 SR-21 – Montgomery, Selma, Monroeville
Awin 103.166 166.030 SR-47 south – Monroeville
Butler Greenville 120.919 194.600
I‑65 / SR-10 Truck east – Montgomery, Mobile
I-65 exit 128
122.952 197.872 SR-185
CR-45 traffic circle around Butler County Courthouse
124.628 200.569
SR-245 north / SR-10 Truck west / SR-185 Truck north (Greenville By-Pass) to I‑65 – Fort Deposit, Airport
West end of SR-185 Truck overlap
125.230 201.538
US-31 (SR-3) / SR-185 Truck south – Montgomery, Mobile, Georgiana
East end of SR-185 Truck overlap
Crenshaw Rutledge 146.324 235.486 US-331 north (SR-9) – Montgomery West end of US-331 / SR-9 overlap
Luverne 148.118 238.373 US-29 south / US-331 south (SR-9 / SR-15) – Florala, Andalusia, Brantley, Fort Walton Beach East end of US-331 / SR-9 overlap; west end of US-29 / SR-15 overlap
Pike Troy 168.272 270.808 US-29 north (SR-15) / US-231 north (SR-53) – Troy, Union Springs, Montgomery interchange; east end of US-29 / SR-15 overlap; west end of US-231 / SR-53 overlap
170.347 274.147 SR-87 south / SR-167 south – Enterprise, Elba
Brundidge 179.592 289.025 US-231 south (SR-53) / CR-3316 (Sara G. Lott Boulevard) – Ozark West end of US-231 / SR-53 overlap
180.498 290.483 SR-93
Barbour Clio 193.323 311.123 SR-51 – Louisville, Ariton
  197.034 317.095 SR-131 north – Eufaula
  206.160 331.782 SR-105 south / CR-54 – Ozark
Henry Abbeville 215.179 346.297 US-431 (SR-1) – Eufaula, Dothan
217.330 349.759 SR-27 south – Dothan
217.479 349.999 SR-95 – Columbia, Airport
  230.721 371.309 SR 37 east – Fort Gaines Georgia state line (Chattahoochee River bridge)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Alabama Department of Transportation. "Milepost Maps". Retrieved March 26, 2011. 

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