Alabama State Route 13

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For most of its length, State Route 13 is the unsigned designation of U.S. Route 43. This article is about the standalone section of SR-13.

State Route 13 marker

State Route 13
Route information
Maintained by ALDOT
Length: 335.995 mi[1] (540.732 km)
Most of length signed as US-43
Standalone section
Length: 60.498 mi[1] (97.362 km)
South end: US-43 west of Berry
Future I‑22 / US-78 north of Eldridge
US-278 at Natural Bridge
North end: US-43 / SR-17 south of Russellville
Counties: Fayette, Walker, Winston, Marion, Franklin
Highway system
  • Alabama State Routes
SR-12 SR-14

State Route 13 (SR-13) is a 336-mile-long (541 km) state highway in the western part of the U.S. state of Alabama. Except for a portion roughly between Berry and Russellville, SR-13 is the unsigned designation for U.S. Highway 43. Thus, while the total distance of the route is over 330 miles (530 km), as an independently signed route, SR-13 is only 60 miles (97 km) long.[1]

The southern terminus of SR-13 and US-43 is at their junction with U.S. Highway 90 and unsigned State Route 16 in Mobile. The northern terminus of the route is on US-43 at the Tennessee state line north of Killen in Lauderdale County. As a signed route, the southern terminus of the route is at the junction of US-43 and State Route 18 in southern Fayette County, and the northern terminus as at US-43 and State Route 17 south of Russellville in Franklin County.

Route description[edit]

East of Fayette, SR-13 diverts from US-43 and becomes a signed route that parallels the U.S. highway to the east. SR-13 leads through rural areas of Fayette, Walker, Winston, Marion and Franklin counties before rejoining US-43.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Fayette   226.727 364.882 US-43 north / SR-18 – Fayette, Berry North end of US-43 overlap
  238.605 383.998 SR-102 – Fayette, Jasper
Walker Eldridge 247.548 398.390 SR-118 – Winfield, Jasper
  249.547 401.607 US-78 (SR-4) – Hamilton, Birmingham future I-22 exit 39
Winston Natural Bridge 259.584 417.760 US-278 west / SR-74 west – Hamilton South end of US-278 / SR-74 overlap
260.040 418.494 US-278 east / SR-74 east – Double Springs
SR-5 south – Jasper
North end of US-278 / SR-74 overlap
Haleyville 269.514 433.741 SR-129 south – Winfield
270.388 435.147 SR-195 south – Double Springs
Marion Bear Creek 276.748 445.383 SR-172 west – Hackleburg
Franklin Phil Campbell 282.485 454.616 SR-237 south – Hamilton, Northwest Shoals Community College
  287.225 462.244 US-43 south / SR-17 south – Hackleburg, Hamilton South end of US-43 / SR-17 overlap
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Alabama Department of Transportation. "Milepost Maps". Retrieved August 28, 2011. 

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