Alabama State Route 14

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State Route 14 marker

State Route 14
Route information
Maintained by ALDOT
Length: 218.289 mi[1] (351.302 km)
Major junctions
West end: MS 69 at Mississippi state line in Pickens County
  I‑20 / I‑59 at Eutaw
US 11 / US 43 at Eutaw
US 80 at Selma
US 82 at Prattville
US 31
I‑65 at Prattville

US 231 / SR 111 Truck at Wetumpka
East end: SR 147 at Auburn
Location
Counties: Pickens, Greene, Hale, Perry, Hale, Dallas, Autauga, Elmore, Tallapoosa, Macon, Lee
Highway system
SR 13 SR 15

State Route 14 (SR 14) is a 218.289-mile-long (351.302 km) state highway maintained by the U.S. state of Alabama. SR 14 travels from west to east through the central portion of the state. The highway begins at the Mississippi state line at the terminus of Mississippi Highway 69 and connects the cities of Selma and Prattville before ending at SR 147 on the western side of Auburn.

History[edit]

SR 14 was one of the original routes in the Alabama's first statewide highway system in the 1920s. The original routing followed much of the same path as today, but was significantly shorter. The highway as built then started in Selma and traveled east along its current route to Auburn. As was standard for highways of the era, SR 14 was unpaved for its full length. The first paved section was constructed in 1932 between Elmore and Wetumpka. Paving continued sporadically for the next 15 years, with the last gravel section on the route being paved in 1947.

In 1956–57, the state renumbered many highways, and as a result other state highways to the northwest of Selma were renumbered as SR 14, extending the highway to the Mississippi state line along its modern course. In the 1960s, when the first segment of Interstate 85 (I-85) was constructed, bypassing Auburn and Opelika, SR 14 was extended from its eastern end at US 29 in Auburn along US 29 through Opelika to the northern end of that first Interstate Highway segment, at the current exit 64. When US 280 was re-routed to meet I-85 between Auburn and Opelika in 1998, SR-14 was truncated to a new eastern endpoint at US 280 in Opelika. In 2009, it was further truncated to its present terminus at the junction with SR 147.

Local routings[edit]

  • SR 14 is routed along Broad Street in Pickensville.
  • SR 14 is routed along Columbus Road NW, 2nd Street NW, 1st Avenue, 3rd Street SE, and Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial Highway in Aliceville.
  • SR 14 is routed along Mesopotamia Street, Eutaw Avenue, Main Street, Morrow Avenue, Boligee Street, and Greensboro Street in Eutaw.
  • SR 14 is routed along Hobson Street and State Street in Greensboro.
  • SR 14 is routed along West Greene Street, Washington Street, and Martin Luther King Parkway in Marion.
  • SR 14 shares a route with SR 183 for 5 miles (8.0 km) between Marion and Sprott in Perry County.
  • SR 14 shares a route with SR 219 for 4 miles (6.4 km) north of US 80 in Selma, Alabama.
  • SR 14 shares a route with US 80 for 4 miles (6.4 km) through Selma.
  • SR 14 is routed along Highland Avenue in Selma.
  • SR 14 shares a route with US 82 for roughly five miles in Prattville.
  • SR 14 is routed along I-65 in Prattville between Exits 179 and 181
  • SR 14 is routed along Elmore Road, Coosa River Parkway, and Tallassee Highway in Wetumpka.
  • SR 14 shares a route with SR 111 in Wetumpka.
  • SR 14 is routed along Gilmer Avenue, Barnette Boulevard, Central Boulevard, Main Street, and Notasulga Road in Tallassee.
  • SR 14 is routed along Tallapoosa Street and Auburn Road in Notasulga.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Pickens 0.00 0.00 MS 69 north – Columbus Mississippi state line
Pickensville 9.41 15.14 SR 86 (Main Street) – Pickensville Campground
Aliceville 19.26 31.00 SR 17 south – Airport Western end of SR 17 concurrency
19.55 31.46 SR 17 north (Memorial Parkway) – Carrollton Eastern end of SR 17 concurrency
Greene Clinton 38.27 61.59 SR 39 south – Gainesville, Heflin Lock-Dam
Eutaw 43.43 69.89 I‑20 / I‑59 – Tuscaloosa, Meridian I-20/I-59 exit 40
46.41 74.69 US 11 south (Prairie Avenue / SR-7) – Livingston West end of US 11 south / SR 7 south concurrency (westbound only)
46.44 74.74 US 11 north / US 43 north (Tuscaloosa Street / SR-7 / SR-13) – Tuscaloosa east end of US 11 south / SR 7 south concurrency (westbound only); west end of US 11 north / SR 7 north concurrency (eastbound only); west end of US 43 / SR 13 concurrency
46.46 74.77 To US 11 south / Boligee Street – Livingston East end of US 11 north / SR 7 north concurrency (eastbound only)
46.99 75.62 US 43 south (Demopolis Highway / SR-13) – Demopolis Eastern end of US 43 / SR 13 concurrency
Hale Wedgeworth 54.21 87.24 SR 60 east – Akron, Moundville
Greensboro 67.65 108.87 SR 25 south / SR 69 south (Demopolis Street) – Faunsdale, Linden Western end of SR 25/SR 69 concurrency
68.00 109.44 SR 25 north / SR 69 north (Tuscaloosa Street) – Moundville, Brent Eastern end of SR 25/SR 69 concurrency
68.88 110.85 SR 61 south – Uniontown
Perry Marion 86.96 139.95 SR 289 south / CR 45 south (Washington Street)
88.55 142.51 SR 5 – Brent, Browns
89.36 143.81 SR 183 south – Uniontown Western end of SR 183 concurrency
91.55 147.34 SR 175 north – Brent
Sprott 93.79 150.94 SR 183 north – Maplesville Eastern end of SR 183 concurrency
Dallas 111.35 179.20 SR 219 north – Centreville Western end of SR 219 concurrency
Valley Grande 112.13 180.46 SR 219 south / CR 49 north Eastern end of SR 219 concurrency
Selma 114.20 183.79
US 80 west / SR 22 Truck west (SR-8) – Meridian
Western end of US 80/SR 8/SR 22 Truck concurrency
116.28 187.13
US 80 Bus. east / SR 22 (SR-8/Broad Street) – Birmingham, Montgomery, Paul M. Grist State Park, Historic Downtown, Edmund Pettus Bridge
Eastern end of SR 22 Truck concurrency (it ends at this intersection); Eastern end of SR-8 concurrency (SR-8 follows Business US-80 through Selma.)
117.16 188.55 US 80 east / SR 41 south Eastern end of US 80 concurrency
Burnsville 126.34 203.32 SR 140 west
Autauga Prattville 151.04 243.08 US 82 west (SR-6) / Selma Highway – Tuscaloosa, Prattville, Daniel Pratt Historic District west end of US 82/SR 6 concurrency
153.86 247.61 US 31 south (SR-3) / US 82 east (SR-6) to I‑65 – Montgomery east end of US 82/SR 6 concurrency; west end of US 31/SR 3 concurrency
154.28 248.29 US 31 north (Memorial Drive / SR-3) – Birmingham east end of US 31/SR 3 concurrency
Elmore 157.44 253.38 I‑65 – Birmingham, Montgomery I-65 exit 181
Millbrook 160.25 257.90 SR 143 south (Main Street) / CR 7 north – Millbrook Western end of SR 143 concurrency
Elmore 164.49 264.72 SR 143 north – Speigner, Marbury Eastern end of SR 143 concurrency
Wetumpka 170.08 273.72 SR 212 east (West Bridge Street) – Downtown Wetumpka
171.34 275.75 SR 111 (Holtville Road) – Holtville, Downtown Wetumpka Western end of SR 111 Truck concurrency (it ends at this intersection)
172.87 278.21
US 231 (SR-9 / SR-53) / SR 21 / SR 111 Truck south – Rockford, Montgomery
Eastern end of SR 111 Truck concurrency
173.69 279.53 SR 170
Claud 180.48 290.45 SR 63 north – Eclectic, Kowaliga, Alexander City
Tallassee 188.45 303.28 SR 229 north – [[Kent[disambiguation needed], Alabama|Kent[disambiguation needed]]], Red Hill Western end of SR 229 concurrency
192.04 309.06 SR 229 south (Jordan Avenue) to I‑85
CR 8 west (Friendship Road)
Eastern end of SR 229 concurrency
Tallapoosa 197.83 318.38 SR 49 – Dadeville
Macon 200.56 322.77 SR 199 south / CR 35 north
MaconTallapoosa
county line
Liberty City 202.19 325.39 SR 120 west
Macon Notasulga 207.36 333.71 SR 81 south – Business District
Lee Auburn 218.29 351.30 SR 147 (Shug Jordan Parkway) to I‑85
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Mileposts/General Highway Maps". Alabama Department of Transportation. Archived from the original on July 27, 2011. Retrieved August 25, 2011. 

External links[edit]

Route map: Bing / Google

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