U.S. Route 319
|Auxiliary route of US 19|
|Length:||303.052 mi (487.715 km)|
|Existed:||1933 – present|
|South end:||US 98 in Apalachicola, FL|
| US 27 / US 90 in Tallahassee, FL
US 19 / US 84 in Thomasville, GA
I‑75 in Tifton, GA
US 41 / US 82 in Tifton, GA
US 23 / US 280 / US 341 in McRae, GA
I‑16 near Dublin, GA
US 80 / US 441 in Dublin, GA
|North end:||US 1 in Wadley, GA|
U.S. Route 319 (US 319) is a spur of U.S. Route 19. It runs for 303 miles (488 km) from the foot of the John Gorrie Memorial Bridge across from downtown Apalachicola, Florida to US 1/SR 4 in Wadley, Georgia, through the Panhandle of Florida and the southern portion of Georgia.
The route starts as a two-lane highway at the eastern end of US 98's bridge over the Apalachicola River near the John Gorrie Bridge in Apalachicola, Florida, and is concurrent with US 98 from its starting point. After crossing the East Bay portion of Apalachicola Bay via the John Gorrie Bridge, US 319 runs along the Gulf coast of Florida's Panhandle to Carabelle in Franklin County, and departs the coast, and its concurrency with US 98, about halfway between Carrabelle and Bald Point State Park, in a northerly direction through Sopchoppy in Wakulla County.
In Sopchoppy, the route angles east, briefly meets up with US 98 once more, before parting ways again and running north through Crawfordville, where it receives the FDOT maintenance designation of State Road 369, into Tallahassee in Leon County. US 319 meets SR 61 just south of Tallahassee, marking the northern end of SR 369, where it becomes a 4-lane divided highway, which turns into 6 lanes as the route meets SR 263 and forms part of the southern and eastern portion of the Capital Circle around Tallahassee. US 319 has the unsigned SR 261 designation between State Road 363/Woodville Highway and Capital Circle's eastern terminus at State Road 61/Thomasville Road. US 319 crosses I-10, before heading northeast out of the Tallahassee area. US 319 again becomes a 4-lane divided highway at its intersection with County Road 0342 about 9 miles (14 km) from I-10, and runs to the state line with Georgia.
The route enters Georgia's Grady County co-signed with SR 35, and travels northeast in the direction of Thomasville in Thomas County, where the route forms the western and northern perimeter around Thomasville. US 319 then continues northeast, passes through Coolidge, and crosses into Colquitt County, running as a bypass around the east of Moultrie. The route crosses into Tift County and intersects with I-75 just before running through Tifton.
In Ocilla, SR 35 comes to its northern terminus at an intersection with SR 32, which now becomes concurrent with US 319. Past Ocilla, the route, now co-signed with US 129, turns north and heads into Ben Hill County and through Fitzgerald, where it splits from US 129 and first heads east, and then north through the northwestern corner of Coffee County into Telfair County, where it meets up and is co-signed with US 441, and runs through McRae. After briefly traversing the western corner of Wheeler County and eastern corner of Dodge County, US 319 continues north through Laurens County, crossing I-16 just before heading into and through Dublin and East Dublin, where US 441 splits off.
Continuing northeast, the route heads into Johnson County, runs through Wrightsville, and heads into southern Jefferson County, where it turns east in Bartow, before meeting its northern terminus at US 1 and SR 4 in Wadley.
The entire length of US 319 in Franklin County was designated as "Blue Star Memorial Highway" by the Florida State Legislature in 1957.
The section of US 319 that is co-signed with US 98 and SR 30 in Medart in Wakulla County was designated as "Agnes Morrison Memorial Highway" by the Florida State Legislature in 1961.
From Kinhega Drive, about 9 miles (14 km) north of its intersection with I-10 in Leon County, to the Georgia state line, US 319 and SR 61 were designated as "Kate Ireland Parkway" by the Florida State Legislature in 1992.
US 319 does not make an appearance on Georgia road maps until October 1937, when the spur from the Florida state line to Thomasville is shown, co-signed with SR 3. Prior to October 1937, US 19 appears as the designation of this section of the route.
In July 1941, US 319 was extended from Thomasville, and ran through Moultrie, following what was signed as SR 35 at the time, to Cordele, co-signed with the current route taken by SR 33 from Moultrie. Since late in 1946, US 319 follows its current route.
The section of US 319 that forms the Thomasville Bypass was designated as "Will Watt Parkway" in 1996 after a prominent resident of Thomasville.
The section of US 319 that forms the east bypass around Moultrie in Colquitt County was designated as "Veterans Parkway" in 2002.
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|Franklin||Apalachicola||0.000||0.000||US 98 west (SR 30) – Panama City||Southern terminus of US 319; base of John Gorrie Memorial Bridge over Apalachicola River|
|see US 98 (mile 177.980-209.555)|
|31.575||50.815||US 98 east (SR 30) – Panacea||Northern end of concurrency with US 98 and SR 30; southern end of concurrency with SR 377|
|36.811||59.242||CR 370 east (Rio Vista Drive)|
|Wakulla||38.029||61.202||CR 299 north (Curtis Mill Road)|
|Sopchoppy||42.204||67.921||Rose Street (CR 375 north) - Downtown Sopchoppy, Sanborn||Northern end of concurrency with SR 377; southern end of concurrency with SR 375|
|42.908||69.054||CR 372 east (Surf Road)|
|Medart||48.654||78.301||US 98 west (SR 30 west / SR 61 south) – Panacea, Alligator Point, Mashes Sands Beach||Southern end of concurrency with US 98, SR 30, and SR 61; northern end of concurrency with SR 375|
|Tully||50.119||80.659||CR 375 south (Jack Crum Road)|
|50.213||80.810||US 98 east – Shell Point, Spring Creek, Newport||Northern end of concurrency with US 98 and SR 30|
|54.659||87.965||Harvey Mill Road (CR 374 west)|
|Crawfordville||55.394||89.148||Arran Road (CR 368 west)|
|55.429||89.204||CR 61 north (Shadeville Highway) – Wakulla||north end of SR 61 overlap; south end of SR 369 overlap|
|61.516||99.000||SR 267 to SR 20 – Wakulla|
|Leon||66.187||106.518||CR 2204 east (Oak Ridge Road)|
|68.469||110.190||SR 61 south (Wakulla Springs Road) – Wakulla Springs||north end of SR 369 overlap; south end of SR 61 overlap|
|Tallahassee||70.466||113.404||SR 61 north (Crawfordville Highway) / SR 263 west (Capital Circle) to I‑10 west – Tallahassee, Tallahassee Regional Airport||north end of SR 61 overlap; south end of SR 263 overlap|
|71.796||115.544||SR 363 (Woodville Highway) – Woodville, Tallahassee||north end of SR 263 overlap; south end of SR 261 overlap|
|74.014||119.114||CR 259 (Tram Road Southeast)|
|76.895||123.751||Old St. Augustine Road (CR 2196)|
|77.404||124.570||US 27 (Apalachee Parkway / SR 20) – Tallahassee, Perry, Civic Center|
|79.668||128.213||US 90 (Mahan Drive / SR 10) to I‑10 east – Downtown Tallahassee, Monticello|
|80.370||129.343||CR 146 west / CR 0347 east (Miccosukee Road) – Goodwood Gardens and Museum|
|81.066||130.463||CR 151 (Centerville Road)|
|82.781||133.223||To I‑10 east / Raymond Diehl Road (SR 162 west) – Lake City|
|82.89||133.40||I‑10 west (SR 8) – Pensacola||I-10 exit 203|
|83.125||133.777||To I‑10 / Killearn Center Boulevard (SR 160 west)||interchange southbound; intersection northbound|
|83.236||133.955||SR 61 south (Thomasville Road) to I‑10 – Downtown Tallahassee||interchange southbound; intersection northbound; north end of SR 261 overlap; south end of SR 61 overlap|
|85.636||137.818||CR 0346 west (Ox Bottom Road)|
|Bradfordville||87.465||140.761||CR 0342 (Bannerman Road / Bradfordville Road)|
|Iamonia||95.740||154.079||CR 12 west – Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy|
|96.107||154.669||CR 0338 east (Sunnyhill Road)|
|Florida–Georgia state line
Northern end of concurrency with SR 61
Southern end of concurrency with SR 35
|Grady||2.251||3.623||SR 93 north – Cairo|
|Thomas||Thomasville||Metcalf Road - Metcalf||former SR 122 west|
|17.023||27.396||US 84 west (North Thomasville Bypass) / SR 38 west – Cairo||south end of US 84 / SR 38 overlap|
US 84 Bus. east / SR 38 Bus. east / SR 3 Alt. north – Ochlocknee, Thomasville
|south end of SR 3 Alt. overlap|
|20.057||32.279||US 19 / US 84 east / SR 3 / SR 38 east / SR 300 (Georgia-Florida Parkway) – Albany, Valdosta, Thomasville||north end of US 84 / SR 3 Alt. / SR 38 overlap|
|SR 35 Conn. south – Downtown Thomasville|
|Coolidge||31.375||50.493||SR 188 (Japonica Avenue) – Cairo, Pavo|
US 319 Bus. north / SR 33 (Thomasville Road / Pavo Road) – Moultrie, Pavo
|45.048||72.498||SR 37 west / SR 133 south (1st Avenue Southeast) – Quitman, Moultrie, Camilla||Southern end of concurrency with SR 37 / SR 133|
|45.788||73.689||SR 37 east – Adel, Reed Bingham State Park||north end of SR 37 overlap|
US 319 Bus. south / SR 33 / SR 133 north (Tifton Highway / Veterans Parkway) – Sylvester, Albany, Moultrie
|Northern end of concurrency with SR 133|
|Norman Park||55.288||88.977||SR 256 north – Sylvester|
|Tift||65.487||105.391||CR 299 (Old Omega Road) to I‑75 (SR 401) – Valdosta, Macon||I-75 exit 61|
|Tifton||65.829||105.942||US 82 west / SR 520 west to I‑75 – Albany, Sylvester, Macon, Valdosta||southern end of concurrency with US 82 and SR 520|
|66.983||107.799||US 41 / SR 7 / SR 125 (Main Street) – Adel, Nashville, Ashburn, Fitzgerald|
|68.383||110.052||US 82 east / SR 520 east – Brookfield, Alapaha, Waycross||northern end of concurrency with US 82 and SR 520|
|Irwin||Ocilla||85.390||137.422||SR 32 west to I‑75 – Ashburn, Leesburg, Jefferson Davis State Historic Site||southern end of concurrency with SR 32|
|85.941||138.309||US 129 south / SR 11 south / SR 32 east / SR 90 south – Douglas, Alapaha, South Georgia College||northern end of concurrency with SR 32 / SR 35; southern end of concurrency with US 129, SR 11, and SR 90|
|Ben Hill||Fitzgerald||96.960||156.042||US 129 north / SR 11 north / SR 90 north / SR 107 west to I‑75 – Ashburn, Fitzgerald||Northern end of concurrency with US 129, SR 11, and SR 90; southern end of concurrency with SR 107|
|101.295||163.019||SR 206 east – Douglas|
|109.271||175.855||SR 182 west – Bowens Mill|
|Coffee||116.473||187.445||US 441 south / SR 31 south / SR 107 east – Broxton, Douglas||northern end of concurrency with SR 107; southern end of concurrency with US 441 and SR 31|
|Telfair||Jacksonville||119.024||191.551||SR 117 – Rhine, Lumber City|
|McRae||138.086||222.228||SR 149 Conn.|
|137.558||221.378||US 280 / SR 30 west||Western end of concurrency with US 280 and SR 30|
|139.995||225.300||US 23 / US 341 / SR 27 south|
|Wheeler||140.502||226.116||US 280 / SR 30 east||Eastern end of concurrency with US 280 and SR 30|
|Laurens||152.633||245.639||SR 46 west / SR 126 – Eastman|
|164.933||265.434||SR 117 – Rentz||Southern end of concurrency with SR 117|
|Dublin||169.265||272.406||I‑16 / SR 404 – Macon, Savannah|
|170.218||273.939||US 441 / SR 117||US 441 Bypass; northern end of concurrency with US 441 and SR 117|
|173.306||278.909||US 80 / SR 19 / SR 26||Western end of concurrency with US 80 and SR 26|
|East Dublin||175.544||282.511||US 80 / SR 26 east||Eastern end of concurrency with US 80 and SR 26|
|Johnson||Wrightsville||182.604||293.873||SR 15 / SR 31 / SR 78||Northern end of concurrency with SR 31; western end of concurrency with SR 78|
|Jefferson||197.940||318.554||US 221 south / SR 171||Southern end of concurrency with US 221 and SR 171|
|Bartow||201.176||323.761||SR 242 – Riddleville|
|201.534||324.338||US 221 north / SR 171||Northern end of concurrency with US 221 and SR 171|
US 1 Bus. / SR 4 Bus.
|206.261||331.945||US 1 / SR 4 – Swainsboro, Louisville||Northern terminus of US 319|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
|This section requires expansion. (August 2012)|
State Route 35 Business (SR 35 BUS) served the downtown area of Thomasville. The route was decommissioned in 2007.
US 319/SR 61 concurrency near the Georgia state line
US 98/US 319 concurrency in Carrabelle
Intersection of SR 65 with US 98/319
US 98/319 concurrency in Franklin County, Florida
- US Highways from US 1 to US 830 Robert V. Droz
- FDOT straight line diagrams, accessed February 2014
- "County GIS Base map shapefiles/geodatabases (varies by county)". Georgia Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Florida State Legislature (October 29, 1957). "Blue Star Memorial Highway Designation" (PDF). 57-2011. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Florida State Legislature (May 30, 1961). "Agnes Morrison Memorial Highway Designation" (PDF). 92-330. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Florida State Legislature (June 1, 1992). "Kate Ireland Parkway Designation" (PDF). 92-330. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Georgia State Highway Board. State of Georgia System of State Roads (Map) (October 1, 1937 ed.). http://www.dot.state.ga.us/maps/Documents/StateMaps/1937_10.pdf. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Georgia State Highway Board. State of Georgia System of State Roads (Map) (July 1, 1937 ed.). http://www.dot.state.ga.us/maps/Documents/StateMaps/1937_07.pdf. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Georgia State Highway Board. State of Georgia System of State Roads (Map) (July 1, 1941 ed.). http://www.dot.state.ga.us/maps/Documents/StateMaps/1941_07.pdf. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Georgia State Highway Board. State of Georgia System of State Roads (Map) (November 7, 1946 ed.). http://www.dot.state.ga.us/maps/Documents/StateMaps/1946.pdf. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Georgia General Assembly (November 21, 1996). "Will Watt Parkway — Designated" (PDF). Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia 1996. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- Georgia General Assembly (November 2002). "HR 838" (PDF). Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia 2002. Retrieved 2012-12-11.