Georgia State Route 212

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State Route 212 marker

State Route 212
Route information
Maintained by GDOT
Length: 72.3 mi[1] (116.4 km)
Major junctions
West end: SR 155 southeast of Snapfinger
  SR 11 / SR 16 / SR 83 in Monticello
US 129 / SR 44 northwest of Milledgeville
East end: SR 22 in Milledgeville
Counties: DeKalb, Rockdale, Newton, Jasper, Putnam, Baldwin
Highway system
  • Georgia State Routes
SR 211 SR 213

State Route 212 (SR 212) is a 72.3-mile-long (116.4 km) state highway that runs northwest-to-southeast through portions of DeKalb, Rockdale, Newton, Jasper, Putnam, and Baldwin counties in the central part of the U.S. state of Georgia. It runs from a point just southeast of Snapfinger southeast to Milledgeville.

Route description[edit]

Northwest of Monticello[edit]

SR 212 begins at an intersection with SR 155 (Snapfinger Road) southeast of Snapfinger, in the southeastern part of DeKalb County. It heads southeast into Rockdale County. It has an intersection with SR 138 (Stockbridge Highway). After entering Newton County, it meets SR 20, which has a very brief concurrency with it. In Snapping Shoals is SR 81. Shortly afterward, SR 212 briefly parallels the South River. The highway intersects SR 162 before crossing the Yellow River. A little distance later, it intersects SR 36. Just before crossing over Lake Jackson, it straddles the Newton–Jasper county line, going back and forth from one county to the other. When it is over the Lake, it enters Jasper County for the last time. The roadway continues to the southeast, until it reaches Monticello.[1]

Monticello and Southeast areas[edit]

In Monticello, SR 212 intersects SR 16 (Washington Street). The two routes run concurrently to the east. In downtown Monticello, the concurrency meets SR 11/SR 83 (Forsyth Street). The two routes join the concurrency. One block later, SR 11 leaves to the southeast, following East Washington Street. Another block later, SR 83 departs the concurrency to the northeast, following North Warren Street. Just east of the town, SR 16 departs to the east, while SR 212 continues its southeastern routing. A short while later is an intersection with SR 380 (Perimeter Road), which serves as a partial bypass of Monticello. SR 212 enters Putnam County, where it has an intersection with US 129/SR 44 (Gray Road) at the eastern edge of the Oconee National Forest. It crosses over part of Lake Sinclair, and parallels a Norfolk Southern Railway track, before it meets its southeastern terminus, an intersection with SR 22 in the northwestern part of Milledgeville. Its routing bisects the area between Interstate 75 (I-75) and I-20.[1]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
DeKalb 0.0 0.0 SR 155 (Snapfinger Road) – McDonough, Decatur Western terminus
Rockdale 8.3 13.4 SR 138 (Stockbridge Highway) – Stockbridge, Conyers
Newton 15.0 24.1 SR 20 north (McDonough Highway) – Conyers Western end of SR 20 concurrency
15.1 24.3 SR 20 south (Conyers Road) – McDonough Eastern end of SR 20 concurrency
20.7 33.3 SR 81 – McDonough, Covington
24.0 38.6 SR 162 – Porterdale
25.8 41.5 Yellow River
28.5 45.9 SR 36 – Jackson, Covington
No major junctions
No major junctions
No major junctions
No major junctions
Lake Jackson 31.2 50.2 Newton–Jasper county line
Jasper Monticello 41.7 67.1 SR 16 west (Washington Street) – Jackson Western end of SR 16 concurrency
42.3 68.1 SR 11 north / SR 83 south (Forsyth Street) – Monroe, Forsyth Western end of SR 11 & SR 83 concurrencies
42.3 68.1 SR 11 south (East Washington Street) – Gray Eastern end of SR 11 concurrency
42.4 68.2 SR 83 north (North Warren Street) – Madison Eastern end of SR 83 concurrency
43.6 70.2 SR 16 east – Eatonton Eastern end of SR 16 concurrency
45.0 72.4 SR 380 (Perimeter Road)
Putnam Resseaus Crossroads 59.4 95.6 US 129 / SR 44 (Gray Road)
Cedar Creek 61.5 99.0 Putnam–Baldwin county line
Baldwin 63.9 102.8 Lake Sinclair
Milledgeville 72.3 116.4 SR 22 (Glynn Street) – Gray Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Google (June 18, 2013). "Route of SR 212" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved June 18, 2013. 

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