Alabama State Route 41

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State Route 41 marker

State Route 41
Route information
Maintained by ALDOT
Length127.484 mi[1] (205.166 km)
Major junctions
South end SR 87 at Florida state line south of Dixonville
  US 29 at Brewton
US 31 at Brewton
I-65 in Conecuh County
US 84 at Repton
US 80 at Selma
North end SR 14 at Selma
CountiesEscambia, Conecuh, Monroe, Wilcox, Dallas
Highway system
  • Alabama Highways
SR 40SR 42

State Route 41 (SR 41) is a 127.484-mile-long (205.166 km) state highway in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Alabama. The southern terminus of the highway is at the Florida state line near Dixonville in Escambia County, where the roadway continues as Florida State Road 87. The northern terminus of the highway is at its intersection with SR 14 at Selma.

Route description[edit]

SR 41 is a continuation of Florida State Road 87, leading into Alabama from the Gulf coast beaches and Milton. SR 41 begins its route along a two-lane road south of the small town of Dixonville. North of Dixonville, SR 41 intersects U.S. Route 29 (US 29) south of Brewton. Northbound SR 41 and southbound US 29 share a brief wrong-way concurrency as they head into Brewton. This concurrency ends when the two highways intersect US 31 in Brewton, and US 29 joins US 31.

Just after entering Conecuh County, SR 41 intersects I-65, offering motorists a direct route from the Florida Panhandle to Montgomery and Birmingham. SR 41 continues its northward trajectory as it enters Monroe County. At Repton, the highway turns west as it joins US 84.

Near Monroeville, the highway once again turns north as it leaves US 84 and begins a brief concurrency with SR 21. SR 41 continues to the north until it reaches Camden, the county seat of Wilcox County. From there, the highway turns slightly to the northeast until it reaches its terminus east of Selma.


SR 41 was formed in 1957. Until then, the route was designated as SR 93 between the Florida state line and Camden. From Camden to Selma, the route was designated as SR 43.

Major intersections[edit]

EscambiaDixonville0.0000.000 SR 87 south – MiltonFlorida state line
East Brewton6.53210.512 US 29 north (SR 15) – AndalusiaSouth end of US 29/SR 15 concurrency
Brewton7.78512.529 US 29 south / US 31 (St. Joseph Avenue / South Boulevard / SR 3 / SR 15 south) – Atmore, EvergreenNorth end of US 29/SR 15 concurrency
Conecuh24.41339.289 I-65 – Mobile, MontgomeryI-65 exit 77
Repton35.02656.369 US 84 east (SR 12) – EvergreenSouth end of US 84/SR 12 concurrency
Monroe38.70162.283 SR 136 west – Excel
42.40368.241 SR 136 – Excel, Monroeville
US 84 west (SR 12) / SR 21 south / SR 47 Truck south to I-65 south – Grove Hill, Frisco City
North end of US 84/SR 12 concurrency; south end of SR 21/SR 47 Truck concurrency
Ollie43.24969.603 SR 136 east to I-65 north
SR 21 Byp. north / SR 47 Truck north (Martin Luther King Jr. Bypass)
North end of SR 21/SR 47 Truck concurrency; south end of SR 21 Bus. concurrency; no left turn southbound

SR 21 Bus. north / SR 47 (Pineville Road / Claiborne Street) – Greenville
North end of SR 21 Bus. concurrency; traffic circle around Monroe County Heritage Museum
SR 41 Truck north / SR 221 north – Miller Ferry
Camden87.644141.049 SR 28 west (Broad Street)South end of SR 28 concurrency
87.692141.127 SR 265 south (Claiborne Street)
SR 10 / SR 28 east / SR 28 Truck west / SR 41 Truck south – Oak Hill, Greenville, Pine Hill
North end of SR 28 concurrency
Dallas105.200169.303 SR 89 south – Carlowville, Snow Hill
Selmont-West Selmont122.733197.520
US 80 east / US 80 Bus. west (SR 8) – Selma, Montgomery
South end of US 80 concurrency
125.042201.236 SR 140 east
Selma CR 48 (Water Avenue)Interchange
126203Race Street / J.L. Chestnut Jr. BoulevardInterchange
127.484205.166 US 80 west / SR 14 (Highland Avenue) to SR 22 west
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]


Route map:

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b Alabama Department of Transportation. "Milepost Maps". Archived from the original on October 12, 2013. Retrieved August 29, 2011.