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Georgia State Route 111

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

State Route 111 marker

State Route 111
Georgia State Route 111 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by GDOT
Length54.8 mi[1] (88.2 km)
Major junctions
South endDarsey Calvary Road at the Florida state line southwest of Calvary
  US 84 / SR 38 / SR 93 / SR 112 in Cairo
US 19 / SR 3 / SR 300 in Meigs
SR 202 southwest of Riverside
North end US 319 Bus. / SR 33 in Moultrie
Location
CountiesGrady, Thomas, Mitchell, Colquitt
Highway system
  • Georgia State Routes
Georgia 110.svg SR 110Georgia 112.svg SR 112

State Route 111 (SR 111) is a state highway in the southwest part of the U.S. state of Georgia. The highway runs 54.8 miles (88.2 km) from the Florida state line, southwest of Calvary northeast through Cairo and Meigs, glancing off the northwest corner of Riverside, and ending in Moultrie.

Route description

SR 111 begins at the Florida state line, where the roadway continues as Dorsey Calvary Road. It intersects with SR 93 in Cairo. There, the two routes form a concurrency to the north. Farther north, there are intersections with SR 38 Spur and US 84/SR 38. The two routes head north out of Cairo, and then turn northeast. There, the routes diverge with SR 111 heading toward Meigs. In Meigs, SR 111 intersects SR 3 ALT, and the two routes have a short concurrency northeast to US 19/SR 3/SR 300. Upon leaving Meigs, the route briefly runs along the Thomas-Mitchell county line. SR 11 crosses the southeast corner of Mitchell County, before entering Colquitt County. The route travels through rural parts of Colquitt County before entering Moultrie, where it intersects SR 37. The two routes form a brief concurrency that runs along the Moultrie-Riverside city line. Along this line, the two routes diverge. SR 111 arcs around the northern part of Moultrie before meeting its northern terminus, at an intersection with US 319 BUS/SR 33.[1]

History

Major intersections

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
Grady0.00.0Darsey–Calvary Road – HavanaFlorida state line
Cairo17.327.8 SR 93 south – Beachton, TallahasseeSouthern end of SR 93 concurrency
17.728.5 SR 38 Spur east (1st Avenue Northeast) – Thomasville, QuitmanWestern terminus of SR 38 Spur
18.429.6 US 84 / SR 38 – Bainbridge, Donalsonville, Thomasville
22.235.7 SR 93 north – PelhamNorthern end of SR 93 concurrency
ThomasMeigs SR 3 Alt. south (Church Street) – Pelham, OchlockneeSouthern end of SR 3 Alt. concurrency
34.255.0 US 19 / SR 3 / SR 300 – Pelham, ThomasvilleNorthern end of SR 3 Alt. concurrency; northern terminus of SR 3 Alt.
Mitchell
No major junctions
Colquitt42.668.6 SR 202 south – ThomasvilleNorthern terminus of SR 202
Moultrie52.183.8 SR 37 west (Camilla Highway) – Funston, CamillaSouthern end of SR 37 concurrency
MoultrieRiverside, Colquitt County
city line
52.484.3 SR 37 east (West Central Avenue) – MoultrieNorthern terminus of SR 37 concurrency
Moultrie54.888.2 US 319 Bus. south / SR 33 south (North Main Street) – Doerun, Albany, Norman Park, TiftonNo access from SR 111 to US 319 Bus. north/SR 33 north or vice versa; northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Google (October 22, 2012). "Route of SR 111" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved October 22, 2012.

External links

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This page was last edited on 11 January 2021, at 23:03
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