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Special routes of U.S. Route 82

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nine special routes of U.S. Route 82 currently exist. Four of them lie within the state of Arkansas, with four more in Texas, and one in Georgia. Six more existed in the past but have since been decommissioned.

Texas

Wolfforth business route

State Highway Loop 193
LocationWolfforth
Length2.207 mi[1] (3.552 km)
Existed1960[1]–present

Holliday business route


Business U.S. Highway 82-F
LocationHolliday
Length3.111 mi[2] (5.007 km)
Existed2006[2]–present

Business U.S. Route 82-F (Bus. US 82-F) is a business route of U.S. Route 82 that runs through the town of Holliday. The highway is concurrent with US 277 Bus. for its entire length.

Route description

Bus. US 82-F begins at an intersection with US 82/US 277 southwest of town. The highway runs through Holliday as Olive Street, sharing a short overlap with FM 368. After crossing into Wichita County the highway ends at an interchange with US 82/US 277.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Archer US 82 / US 277 – Seymour
Holliday FM 368 north – Iowa ParkWest end of FM 368 overlap
FM 368 south – Lake KickapooEast end of FM 368 overlap
Wichita US 82 / US 277 – Wichita Falls
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Paris business route


Business U.S. Highway 82-H
LocationParis
Length5.153 mi[3] (8.293 km)
Existed1990[3]–present

Business U.S. Route 82-H (Bus. US 82-H) is a business route of US 82 in the town of Paris in Lamar County, running for just over 5 miles.

Route description

Bus. 82-H begins in western Paris at an interchange with US 82 and Loop 286. The highway runs on two one-way streets (eastbound: Clarksville Street; westbound: Bonham Street) through the center of town, sharing an overlap with a business route of US 271. The highway ends an interchange in the eastern part of the city with US 82/US 271/Loop 286.

Junction list

The entire route is in Paris, Lamar County.

mikmDestinationsNotes
US 82 / Loop 286 – Bonham
FM 79 west / FM 137 south – Pat Mayse Lake, Roxton

Bus. US 271 north / SH 19 south / SH 24 south – Hugo, Cooper, Sulphur Springs
West end of Bus. US 271 overlap

Bus. US 271 south – Mount Pleasant
East end of Bus. US 271 overlap
FM 195 east
US 82 / US 271 / Loop 286 – Clarksville, Hugo, Mount Pleasant
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Clarksville business route


Business U.S. Highway 82-J
LocationClarksville
Length2.651 mi[4] (4.266 km)
Existed2006[4]–present
Clarksville business route (Main Street)
Clarksville business route (Main Street)

Avery business route


Business U.S. Highway 82-K
LocationAvery
Length0.81 mi[5] (1.30 km)
Existed1990[5]–present

Arkansas

Magnolia business route

U.S. Highway 82B
LocationMagnolia
Length1.65 mi[6] (2.66 km)
ExistedMay 29, 1970[7]–present

U.S. Route 82 Business (US 82B and Hwy. 82B) is a 1.65-mile (2.66 km) business route of US Route 82 in Columbia County, Arkansas.[6][8]

US 82B running as Main Street through the Magnolia Commercial Historic District
US 82B running as Main Street through the Magnolia Commercial Historic District
Route description

The route's western terminus is at US 82/US 371 in north Magnolia. The route runs south with US 371 in a concurrency along Vine Street.[9] Upon reaching Main Street the concurrency ends; US 371 turns west and US 82B turns east. US 82B passes the Dr. H.A. Longino House before entering the Magnolia Commercial Historic District and circling around the Columbia County Courthouse. All three properties are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).[10] Continuing east, US 82B has a junction with Jackson Street, which runs north as Highway 355 and south as US 79, which provides access to Highway 19 just south of this junction.[8] Highway 355 provides access to Magnolia Hospital and Southern Arkansas University in north Magnolia. US 82B continues due east through a commercial area, including a strip mall and various restaurants. The route turns southeast after Fairview Street, a direction it follows until meeting US 79/US 82 where it terminates near the city limits.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Magnolia, Columbia County.

mi[6][8]kmDestinationsNotes
0.000.00 US 82 north / US 371Western terminus, begin US 371 concurrency
0.000.00 US 371 south (W Main Street)End US 371 concurrency
0.270.43 US 79B south to AR 19 south / AR 355 north (Jackson Street)US 79B northern terminus, AR 355 southern terminus
1.652.66 US 79 / US 82Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

El Dorado business route

U.S. Highway 82B
LocationEl Dorado
Length5.44 mi[6] (8.75 km)
ExistedOctober 20, 1982[11]–present

U.S. Route 82 Business (US 82B and Hwy. 82B) is a 5.44-mile (8.75 km) business route of US 82 in Union County, Arkansas.[6][12]

Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge spur

U.S. Highway 82S
LocationFelsenthal National Wildlife Refuge
Length0.14 mi[6] (0.23 km)

U.S. Route 82 Spur (US 82S and Hwy. 82S) is a 0.14-mile (0.23 km) spur route of US 82 in Ashley County, Arkansas.[13]

Route description

The route is essentially a driveway for a Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) facility.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Ashley County.

Locationmi[6]kmDestinationsNotes
0.000.00 US 82Northern terminus
0.140.23Felsenthal NWR facilitySouthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Montrose business route

U.S. Highway 82B
LocationMontrose
Length2.03 mi (3.27 km)

U.S. Route 82 Business (US 82B and Hwy. 82B) is a 2.03-mile (3.27 km) business route of US 82 in Ashley County, Arkansas.[13]

Georgia

Albany business route

U.S. Highway 82 Business
LocationAlbany
Length11.9 mi[14] (19.2 km)

U.S. Route 82 Business (US 82 Bus.) is a business route of US 82 that exists almost entirely within Albany. It follows North Slappey Boulevard and East Oglethorpe Boulevard through the city, and Sylvester Road east of the city. US 82 Bus. travels entirely concurrent with SR 520 Bus.; it also has a concurrency with US 19 Bus. and a brief concurrency with SR 234.[14]

The entire length of US 82 Bus. is part of the National Highway System, a system of routes determined to be the most important for the nation's economy, mobility, and defense.[15]

The roadway that would eventually become US 82 Bus. was established by the end of 1921 as part of SR 50 in the city.[16][17] By the end of 1929, this segment of SR 50 was indicated to be under construction.[18][19] By the middle of 1930, this segment had a completed hard surface.[19][20] Between February 1948 and April 1949, US 82 was designated on this portion of SR 50.[21][22] Between June 1960 and June 1963, the path of SR& 50 through Albany was split into SR 50N and SR 50S. SR 50N used Broad Avenue and Sylvester Road, while US 82/SR 50S used Oglethorpe Avenue and Albany Expressway.[23][24] In 1968, a northeastern bypass of the main part of Albany was proposed as a northern extension of SR 333 from the interchange of US 19/SR 333 and US 82/SR 50S in the eastern part of the city to US 19/SR 3W in the northwestern part of the city.[25][26] In 1973, SR 50N was redesignated as SR 50 Conn., while SR 50S was redesignated as the SR 50 mainline.[27][28] The next year, the bypass in Albany was built as a freeway, but there was no indication as to what highways were designated on it.[28][29] In early 1980, US 19, US 82, and SR 333 were indicated to be designated on the Albany bypass. The old path of the highways were redesignated as US 19 Bus./US 82 Bus. with SR 3 concurrent with them in the western part of the city and SR 50 concurrent with them in the southern and eastern parts of it.[30][31] Later that year, SR 333 was truncated out of Albany. SR 50 was shifted onto the US 19/US 82 freeway. Its old path in the city was redesignated as SR 50 Bus.[31][32] In 1988, SR 50 was truncated to Dawson. Its former path from Dawson to Jekyll Island was redesignated as part of SR 520. SR 50 Bus. was redesignated as SR 520 Bus.[33][34]

The entire route is in Dougherty County.

Locationmi[14]kmDestinationsNotes
Albany0.0–
0.2
0.0–
0.32
US 19 / SR 3 (North Slappey Boulevard) / US 82 / SR 520 (Liberty Expressway) / US 19 Bus. begins / SR 520 Bus. begins – Dawson, Thomasville, Leesburg, Marine Corps Logistics BaseWestern end of US 19 Bus. and SR 520 Bus. concurrencies; western terminus of US 82 Bus./SR 520 Bus.; northern terminus of US 19 Bus.; Liberty Expressway exit 6
2.74.3 SR 234 west (Gillionville Road) – Morgan, Albany Museum of ArtWestern end of SR 234 concurrency
3.04.8 SR 234 east (South Slappey Boulevard) to US 19 – Albany Tech. Col.Eastern end of SR 234 concurrency; provides access to Southwest Georgia Regional Airport
4.26.8 SR 91 (South Jefferson Street) – Newton
6.6–
6.9
10.6–
11.1
US 19 / SR 3 / SR 133 / SR 300 (Liberty Expressway) – Leesburg, Dawson, Camilla, Marine CorpsEastern end of US 19 Bus. concurrency; eastern terminus of US 19 Bus.; Liberty Expressway exit 2
11.919.2 US 82 east / SR 520 east (Sylvester Road)Eastern terminus of US 82 Bus./SR 520 Bus.; eastern end of SR 520 Bus. concurrency; westbound entrance and eastbound exit
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Former routes

Wichita Falls business route


Business US Highway 82
LocationWichita Falls, Texas
Length0.510 mi[35] (0.821 km)
Existed1969–2009[35]

Stamps truck route

U.S. Highway 82T
LocationStamps, Arkansas
Length1.3 mi (2.1 km)

Highway 82 Truck (US 82T or Hwy. 82T) is a former truck route of 1.3 miles (2.1 km) in Stamps, Arkansas. The route was deleted by the Arkansas State Highway Commission on September 27, 2006.[36]

The route began at US 82 in western Stamps and run east toward downtown, before turning right onto Conlan Street. It turned left onto First Street to an intersection with AR 53. US 82T/AR 53 ran together along Central Avenue to US 82, where the route terminates.[37]

Major intersections
The entire route is in Stamps, Lafayette County.

mikmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0 US 82 – Lewisville, BucknerWestern terminus
0.81.3 AR 53 south (Magnolia Street)Begin AR 53 overlap
1.32.1 US 82 / AR 53 north (Antigo Street) – Lewisville, BucknerEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Tuscaloosa bypass route


U.S. Route 82 Bypass
LocationTuscaloosa, Alabama

Montgomery business route


U.S. Route 82 Business
LocationMontgomery, Alabama
Existed1958–1975

Montgomery bypass route 1


U.S. Route 82 Bypass
LocationMontgomery, Alabama
Existed1961–1965

Montgomery bypass route 2


U.S. Route 82 Bypass
LocationMontgomery, Alabama
Existed1965–1975

Montgomery truck route


U.S. Route 82 Truck
LocationMontgomery, Alabama
Existed1960–1960

Montgomery–Prattville alternate route


U.S. Route 82 Alternate
LocationMontgomeryPrattville, Alabama

Shellman spur route

State Route 50 Spur
LocationShellman, Georgia
Existed1937[40][38]–1937[38][39]

State Route 50 Spur (SR 50 Spur) was a very short-lived spur route of SR 50 that existed in 1937 in the northeastern part of Randolph County. Between the beginning of April and the beginning of July, it was established from an undetermined point in Shellman north to an intersection with SR 50.[40][38] By the beginning of October, it was redesignated as a southern extension of SR 41.[38][39]

The entire route was in Randolph County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
ShellmanShellmanSouthern terminus
SR 50Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Albany spur route

State Route 50 Spur
LocationAlbany, Georgia
Existed1963[23][24]–1980[31][32]

State Route 50 Spur (SR 50 Spur) was a spur route of SR 50 that existed in the city limits of Albany, within Dougherty County. Between June 1960 and June 1963, it was established on Third Avenue from US 82/SR 50 in the far western part of the city to US 19/SR 3W.[23][24] In 1980, it was decommissioned.[31][32]

The entire route was in Albany, Dougherty County.

mikmDestinationsNotes
US 82 / SR 50Western terminus
US 19 / SR 3WEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Albany connector route

State Route 50 Connector
LocationAlbany, Georgia
Existed1973[27][28]–1980[31][32]

State Route 50 Connector (SR 50 Conn.) was a connecting route for SR 50 through the city limits of Albany. The roadway that would eventually become SR 50 Conn. was established at least as early as 1919 as SR 32 from Dawson through Albany and into Sylvester.[16] By the end of 1921, SR 50 was designated across the state. This truncated SR 32 at Ashburn.[16][17] By the end of 1926, the portion of SR 50 in the eastern part of Albany had a "completed hard surface".[17][18]

By the middle of 1930, from west of Albany to the Worth–Tift county line, the highway had a completed hard surface. The western half of the Dougherty County portion of the Dawson–Albany segment had a completed semi hard surface.[19][20] In January 1932, the Dawson–Albany segment had a completed hard surface.[41][42]

Between February 1948 and April 1949, US 82 was designated on SR 50 through the Albany area.[21][22] Between June 1960 and June 1963, the path of SR& 50 through Albany was split into SR 50N and SR 50S. SR 50N used Broad Avenue and Sylvester Road, while US 82/SR 50S used Oglethorpe Avenue and Albany Expressway.[23][24] In 1973, SR 50N was redesignated as SR 50 Conn., while SR 50S was redesignated as the SR 50 mainline.[27][28] In 1980, the connector was decommissioned.[31][32]

Albany business loop

State Route 50 Business
LocationAlbany, Georgia
Existed1980[31][32]–1988[33][34]

State Route 50 Business (SR 50 Bus.) was a business route of SR 50 that existed in the city limits of Albany within Dougherty County. The roadway that would eventually become SR 50 Bus. was established at least as early as 1919 as SR 32 from Dawson through Albany and into Sylvester.[16] By the end of 1921, SR 50 was designated across the state. This truncated SR 32 at Ashburn.[16][17] By the end of 1926, the portion of SR 50 in the eastern part of Albany had a "completed hard surface".[17][18]

By the middle of 1930, from west of Albany to the Worth–Tift county line, the highway had a completed hard surface. The western half of the Dougherty County portion of the Dawson–Albany segment had a completed semi hard surface.[19][20] In January 1932, the Dawson–Albany segment had a completed hard surface.[41][42]

Between February 1948 and April 1949, US 82 was designated on SR 50 in the Albany area.[21][22] Between June 1960 and June 1963, the path of SR& 50 through Albany was split into SR 50N and SR 50S. SR 50N used Broad Avenue and Sylvester Road, while US 82/SR 50S used Oglethorpe Avenue and Albany Expressway.[23][24] In 1968, a northeastern bypass of the main part of Albany was proposed as a northern extension of SR 333 from the interchange of US 19/SR 333 and US 82/SR 50S in the eastern part of the city to US 19/SR 3W in the northwestern part of the city.[25][26] In 1973, SR 50N was redesignated as SR 50 Conn., while SR 50S was redesignated as the SR 50 mainline.[27][28] In early 1980, US 19, US 82, and SR 333 were indicated to be designated on the Albany bypass. The old path of the highways were redesignated as US 19 Bus./US 82 Bus. with SR 3 concurrent with them in the western part of the city and SR 50 concurrent with them in the southern and eastern parts of it.[30][31] Later that year, SR 333 was truncated out of Albany, and SR 50 was shifted onto the US 19/US 82 freeway in its place. Its old path in the city was redesignated as SR 50 Bus.[31][32] In 1988, SR 50 was truncated to Dawson. Its former path from Dawson to Jekyll Island was redesignated as part of SR 520. SR 50 was redesignated as SR 520 Bus.[33][34]

Jekyll Island connector route

State Route 50 Connector
LocationJekyll Island, Georgia
Existed1973[27][28]–1981[32][43]

State Route 50 Connector (SR 50 Conn.) was a connecting route of SR 50 that existed in the southern part of Jekyll Island within Glynn County. In 1952, SR 50 was extended to the southern part of Jekyll Island.[44][45] In 1973, SR 50 was extended around the northern part of Jekyll Island. SR 50 Conn. was designated on Ben Fortson Parkway between two intersections with SR 50.[27][28] In 1981, SR 50 was truncated to the southwestern part of Jekyll Island, with SR 50 Conn. being decommissioned.[32][43]

The entire route was in Jekyll Island, Glynn County.

mikmDestinationsNotes
SR 50Western terminus
SR 50Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also

References

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