Mississippi Highway 50

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Mississippi Highway 50 marker

Mississippi Highway 50
Route information
Maintained by MDOT
Length: 58.530 mi[1] (94.195 km)
Major junctions
West end: MS 9 in Walthall
US 45 Alt. in West Point
US 45 in Columbus
US 82 in Columbus
East end: SR 96 near Steens
Counties: Lowndes, Clay, Webster
Highway system
US 49 US 51

Mississippi Highway 50 (MS 50) is a state highway in Mississippi. It generally follows an east/west track for 60 miles (97 km) and runs from MS 9 in Walthall, Mississippi, east to the Alabama state line east of Columbus. MS 50 serves the following Mississippi counties: Lowndes, Clay, and Webster.

Locales on Route[edit]

From East to West

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Webster Walthall MS 9
MS 784 (Main Street)
Clarkson Road
Old Highway 50 east end of pavement; east end of state maintenance
Gap in route
Webster Cumberland Road west end of state maintenance at Natchez Trace Parkway right-of-way (no access)
Cumberland MS 765 west / Natchez Trace
MS 15 north – Houston west end of MS 15 overlap
MS 15 south – Maben, Mathiston east end of MS 15 overlap
Clay Pheba To MS 389 / Beasley Road / CR 389
Cedar Bluff Cedar Bluff Loop proposed MS 781
MS 46 west
MS 47 north
West Point
US 45 Alt. / MS 25 – Tupelo, Meridian
Lowndes MS 373 north west end of MS 373 overlap
US 45 east end of MS 373 overlap
Gap in route
Lowndes Columbus US 82 / MS 12 west to MS 50 west – Starkville, Tuscaloosa interchange; west end of MS 12 overlap
MS 12 east east end of MS 12 overlap
SR 96 east Alabama state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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