Mississippi Highway 25

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Mississippi Highway 25 marker

Mississippi Highway 25

MS 25 in red, unsigned extensions near I-22 in blue
Route information
Maintained by MDOT
Length221.142 mi[1] (355.894 km)
Existed1932–present
Major junctions
South end I-55 in Jackson
Major intersections
North end SR 57 near North Crossroads
Location
CountryUnited States
StateMississippi
CountiesHinds, Rankin, Leake, Winston, Oktibbeha, Lowndes, Clay, Monroe, Itawamba, Tishomingo
Highway system
MS 24 MS 26
MS 25 as it runs through Rankin County, north of Jackson.
MS 25 looking north in Winston County
MS 25 in Monroe County between West Point and Aberdeen

Mississippi Highway 25 (MS 25) runs from I-55 in Jackson, Mississippi to the Tennessee state line north of Iuka. The largely controlled-access part from Jackson to Starkville connects the state capital with the main campus of Mississippi State University.

History[edit]

Failure of the Mississippi Highway 25 N/U.S. Route 45 S bridge over the Tombigbee River relief (Big Nichols Creek)/Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Aberdeen, Mississippi, during the March 1955 floods.

The 1933 Road Map of Mississippi shows MS 25 running northward from Macon roughly along the 2019 alignment of U.S. Route 45 to Brooksville, then roughly along the 2019 alignment of U.S. Route 45 Alternate through Artesia and West Point to Muldon, where the 2019 alignment continues in a northeasterly direction.[2]

As of June 28, 2006, 150 miles (240 km) of continuous four-lane divided highway is open between Starkville, Mississippi, and Jackson, Mississippi. The last leg to open was the 11.9-mile (19.2 km), $27-million section from the intersection of Highway 19 north of Louisville, Mississippi, to Noxapater Creek in Winston County. This is one of the culminations of the 1987 Four-Lane Highway Program (commonly referred to as AHEAD Program) for improving Mississippi roadways.

On May 10, 2006 the next-to-last leg, a 10.1-mile (16.3 km), $23-million section, opened from the Oktibbeha County line west into Winston County.

Legally, Mississippi 25 is defined in Mississippi Code Annotated § 65-3-3, as follows: "Begins at or near Jackson, Hinds County, thence in a northeasterly direction to or near Carthage, Louisville and Starkville, thence along U.S. 82 to its intersection with U.S. 45A, thence along U.S. 45A to Muldon, thence to or near Aberdeen, Amory, Smithville, to U.S. 78, thence continuing to Belmont, Dennis, Tishomingo, Iuka and to the Mississippi-Tennessee state line north of Cross Roads, Tishomingo County."[3]

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
HindsJackson I-55 / Lakeland Drive west – McComb, GrenadaI-55 exit 98B; Southern terminus
Lakeland Terrace - LeFleur's Bluff State ParkAccess road into park
RankinFlowoodTreetops Boulevardproposed MS 477


MS 475 south to I-20 – USPFO, International Airport
Northern terminus of MS 475

MS 471 south – Brandon
Interchange; south end of MS 471 overlap; south end of expressway

MS 471 north – Goshen Springs
Interchange; north end of MS 471 overlap
Koch MS 43 – Canton, Sand HillInterchange
Leake
To MS 483 – Leake County Water Park, Ludlow, Ross Barnett Reservoir Low Head Dam

MS 13 south – Lena, Morton
Northern terminus of MS 13
Wiggins, Leake County MS 16 – Canton, CarthageInterchange

To MS 429 – Thomastown
Carthage MS 35 – Kosciusko, CarthageInterchange
Remus Roadproposed MS 427
WinstonFour Corners MS 19 – Kosciusko, Philadelphia, MeridianInterchange
Louisville
MS 15 south – Philadelphia
Interchange; south end of MS 15 overlap
MS 14 – Kosciusko, Downtown Louisville, Macon

MS 15 north (MS 758) – Ackerman, Mathiston
Interchange; north end of MS 15 overlap
OktibbehaStarkville MS 12 – Starkville, Ackerman, Mississippi State UniversityInterchange
MS 182 – West StarkvilleInterchange

US 82 west – Winona
Interchange; south end of US 82 overlap; south end of freeway; north end of expressway
MS 389 – Downtown Starkville

MS 12 west – Starkville, Mississippi State University
South end of MS 12 overlap
MS 182 – Clayton Village, Starkville
Hickory Grove Road
Lowndes



US 82 east / MS 12 east / US 45 Alt. south – Columbus, Meridian
Interchange; north end of US 82 overlap; south end of US 45 Alt. overlap; north end of freeway
ClayWest Point MS 50 – Downtown West Point, Waverley Plantation
Monroe

US 45 Alt. north – Okolona, Tupelo
Interchange; north end of US 45 Alt. overlap

MS 382 west – Prairie
Eastern terminus of MS 382
Aberdeen

US 45 north / MS 8 west – Tupelo
South end of US 45 / MS 8 overlap

MS 145 north – Aberdeen
Southern terminus of MS 145

US 45 south – Columbus
Interchange; north end of US 45 overlap

MS 8 east – Gattman
North end of MS 8 overlap
Amory
US 278 west – Tupelo
South end of US 278 overlap

US 278 east
North end of US 278 overlap

MS 6 west – Nettleton
Eastern terminus of MS 6
Smithville
MS 23 north
Southern terminus of MS 23
ItawambaFulton

I-22 west / US 78 west – Tupelo, Downtown Fulton, Jamie L. Whitten Historical Center, Itawamba Community College
South end of I-22 / US 78 overlap; MS 25 south follows exit 104


I-22 east / US 78 east – Birmingham
north end of I-22 / US 78 overlap; MS 25 north follows exit 108
MS 178 – Fulton, Tremont

MS 76 east – Russellville
proposed
TishomingoTishomingo County 78proposed MS 767
Belmont

MS 760 east to MS 366 – Golden, Red Bay
Western terminus of unsigned MS 760

MS 366 east – Golden, Red Bay
Western terminus of MS 366
Dennis
MS 4 west – New Site
Eastern terminus of MS 4
Natchez Trace ParkwayInterchange
MS 30 – Paden Overlook, Crows Neck
Midway
MS 364 west – Holcut, Divide Section Wildlife Management Area Headquarters, Holcut Memorial
Eastern terminus of MS 364
Iuka US 72 – Corinth, Florence, ALInterchange


MS 25 Bus. north (Battleground Drive)
Southern terminus of MS 25 Business
MS 172 – Iuka, Old Court House Museum
County Road 231 - Harmony
Old 25 - Business District
Cross Roads
MS 365 south – Burnsville
Northern terminus of MS 365

MS 350 west – Corinth
Eastern terminus of MS 350

SR 57 west – Pickwick Dam
Tennessee state line; northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mississippi Public Roads Selected Statistics" (PDF). Mississippi Department of Transportation. 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-12-03. Retrieved 2010-06-03.
  2. ^ "HWY Map 1933 Road Map of MS" (PDF). Retrieved 2019-04-29.
  3. ^ "Mississippi Code § 65-3-3 (2013)". Retrieved 2019-04-29.

External links[edit]

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