Alabama State Route 18

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State Route 18 marker

State Route 18
Route information
Maintained by ALDOT
Length: 61.591 mi[1] (99.121 km)
Major junctions
West end: MS 12 at Mississippi state line west of Vernon
  SR-17 at Vernon
US-43 / SR-171 at Fayette
SR-107 at Fayette
East end: SR-69 at Oakman
Counties: Lamar, Fayette, Walker
Highway system
  • Alabama State Routes
SR-17 SR-19

State Route 18 is a 62-mile-long (100 km) route in northwest Alabama. It runs from the Mississippi state line (MS 12) west of Vernon, Alabama, east to SR-69 south of Oakman, passing through mainly rural areas of Lamar County, Fayette County, and Walker County. In addition to Vernon and Oakman, SR-18 passes through the towns of Fayette and Berry. The only junctions that SR-18 has with major routes are at Fayette, where it intersects U.S. Highway 43 and State Route 107.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Lamar   0.00 0.00 MS 12 west – Columbus Mississippi state line
Vernon 9.84 15.84 SR-17 (Pond Street) – Sulligent, Millport
Fayette   24.31 39.12 SR-107 north
Fayette 27.71 44.59 SR-96 west – Kennedy, Millport, Reform
28.61 46.04 US-43 north / SR-171 (2nd Avenue) – Airport Western end of US-43 concurrency
  42.10 67.75 US-43 south / SR-13 – Eldridge, Tuscaloosa Eastern end of US-43 concurrency
Walker   61.59 99.12 SR-69 – Jasper, Cullman, Tuscaloosa
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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