Memorial Drive (Atlanta)
|SR 10 / SR 154|
|Location||DeKalb, Fulton counties|
|West end||Whitehall Street|
|East end||US 78 / SR 410 (Stone Mountain Freeway)|
Memorial Drive is a long road that travels from Stone Mountain to Downtown Atlanta in the U.S. state of Georgia. In 2000, a part of Memorial Drive was named "Cynthia McKinney Parkway," but the naming has come under scrutiny since her primary defeat in 2006.
|Fulton||Whitehall Street – Atlanta||Western terminus|
|Pryor Street – Atlanta|
|Central Avenue – Atlanta|
|Courtland Street – Atlanta|
|Trinity Avenue, Capitol Avenue – Atlanta||Georgia State Capitol, crosses I-85 / I-75|
|Hill Street – Atlanta|
|Boulevard – Atlanta||Zoo Atlanta|
|US 23 (Moreland Avenue) / SR 42 – Atlanta|
|DeKalb||Second Avenue – Atlanta||East Lake Golf Club|
|SR 155 (Candler Road) – Atlanta||South DeKalb Mall|
|Columbia Drive – Decatur||Avondale Mall|
|US 278 (Covington Highway) / SR 12 – Decatur, Avondale Estates|
|SR 10 west (Mountain Drive) – Decatur||SR 154 ends here as SR 10 east merges with Memorial Drive from this point on|
|I-285 – Decatur|
|Rockbridge Road – Stone Mountain|
|Rays Road – Stone Mountain|
|North Hairston Road – Stone Mountain|
|James B. Rivers Memorial Drive – Stone Mountain||Stone Mountain Village|
|East Ponce de Leon Avenue – Stone Mountain, Clarkston||Memorial Drive continues as Stone Mountain Bypass|
|US 78 (Stone Mountain Freeway) / SR 410 – Stone Mountain||SR 10 east merges with US 78 east|
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- Dell'Orto, Giovanna (2007-03-15). "Naming places after living politicians can be embarrassing". The Florida Times-Union. Retrieved 2008-08-08.
- "RoadsideAmerica.com report". Retrieved 2010-08-05.
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