fbpx
Wikipedia

U.S. Route 82 (US 82) is an east–west United States highway in the Southern United States. Created on July 1, 1931 across central Mississippi and southern Arkansas, US 82 eventually became a 1,625-mile (2,615 km) route extending from the White Sands of New Mexico to Georgia's Atlantic coast.

U.S. Route 82
Route information
Length1,625 mi (2,615 km)
ExistedJuly 1, 1931–present
Major junctions
West end US 54 / US 70 at Alamogordo, NM
Major intersections
East end I-95 / US 17 / SR 25 / SR 520 at Brunswick, GA
Location
CountryUnited States
StatesNew Mexico, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia
Highway system
US Highway 82 crossing the high plains of the Llano Estacado of West Texas

The highway's eastern terminus is in Brunswick, Georgia, at an intersection with Interstate 95. It is co-signed for its last half-mile with U.S. Route 17. Its western terminus is in Alamogordo, New Mexico at an intersection with U.S. Route 54 and U.S. Route 70.[citation needed]

Contents

New Mexico

US 82 begins at an intersection with US highways 54 and 70 north of Alamogordo, and south of La Luz, New Mexico. Heading east out of Alamogordo the road ascends into the Sacramento Mountains, traveling through the Lincoln National Forest. While climbing steep Mexican Canyon, the highway passes the abandoned railroad trestles of the El Paso and Northeastern Railway, and passes through the only road tunnel in New Mexico. The road then traverses the New Mexico villages of High Rolls, Cloudcroft, and Mayhill After descending the mountains into the rugged, flat plains of eastern New Mexico, it generally follows a north-northeasterly bearing until Artesia, where it takes a more due-easterly bearing on through to Lovington, veering back slightly to the north before crossing into Texas.

Texas

US 82 crosses into Texas from New Mexico at Texas Farm to Market Road 769, turning northeastward toward Plains, where it merges with US 380. US 82 is co-signed with US 380 from Plains to Brownfield, where it joins US 62, and US 380 leaves the route. US 82/62 continues northeastward toward Lubbock.

In Lubbock, US 82 and US 62 split, where US 82 is a limited access freeway west of US Route 87. From Wolfforth to downtown Lubbock, US 82 is named Marsha Sharp Freeway after Marsha Sharp, former head basketball coach of the Texas Tech Lady Raiders and Women's Basketball Hall of Fame inductee. It once again merges with US 62 (along with State Highway 114) east of the campus of Texas Tech University, where it continues eastward through Ralls, where US 62 makes a sharp turn to the north and leaves the route. US 82 continues eastward across the level plains of the Llano Estacado to Crosbyton and then dips downward as it crosses the White River of Blanco Canyon, where the Texas Department of Transportation maintains the Silver Falls Rest Area with facilities and hiking trails. After climbing out of Blanco Canyon, US 82 eventually exits the Llano Estacado and enters the rolling plains near Dickens, Texas.

US 82/SH 114 continues eastward as a co-signed route until Seymour, where it merges with U.S. Highways 183, 277 and 283, with US 183 and 283 leaving the route at Mabelle. US 82/277 continues eastward to Wichita Falls, merging with US 287 just south of downtown. US 82 leaves US 287 at Henrietta and continues east, signed independently (apart from various state highway routes) across the remainder of Texas, crossing into Arkansas in downtown Texarkana.

Arkansas

The Greenville Bridge over the Mississippi River between Arkansas and Mississippi

US 82 enters Arkansas in downtown Texarkana, then proceeds almost due east across the flat plains of the Red River. It crosses the Red River at Garland City on a new bridge, then passes through the towns of Lewisville and Magnolia. At Magnolia the route joins US 79 for approximately two miles before continuing eastward. The route passes through the cities of El Dorado and Strong before crossing the Ouachita River just north of Lake Jack Lee, then continues through Crossett and Hamburg to Lake Village. The route continues from there across the Mississippi River to Greenville, MS. US 82 closely follows the historical alignment of Arkansas Highway 2.

Mississippi

Through the entire state, the highway is four-laned with interchanges at major junctions. After crossing the Mississippi River from Arkansas via a four-laned, cable-stayed Mississippi River bridge, the road briefly travels northeast toward central Greenville, then turns east to Columbus, passing through Indianola, Greenwood, Winona, and Starkville, while bypassing Itta Bena.

According to the Mississippi Department of Transportation, construction is now underway on a U.S. 82 bypass around Greenville. The new road will commence at the recently opened Mississippi River Bridge and terminate at the current U.S. 82 near Leland, creating a half-loop freeway around South Greenville. Cloverleaf interchanges are presently being built at the freeway's junctions with MS 454 and MS 1. This new bypass will be the southern terminus for the planned freeway connector to Interstate 69, which is also under construction through the northern Mississippi Delta.

From Starkville east through Columbus and on to the Alabama state line, US 82 is built to freeway standards.

Alabama

McFarland Boulevard (US 82 West) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in 2018

Throughout Alabama, US 82 is paired with unsigned State Route 6 (SR 6). The highway enters the state east of Columbus, Mississippi, and bears southeast towards Northport and Tuscaloosa, where it crosses over I-20 and I-59 south of town. It is known in West Alabama as McFarland Boulevard, in memory of Ward Wharton McFarland, a political, business, and civic leader who died in 1979. After leaving Tuscaloosa, the route continues southeast, passing through the cities of Brent, Centreville, and Maplesville en route to Prattville, on the northern edge of the Montgomery metropolitan area. This approximately 92-mile (148 km) drive goes through some of the most rural areas of the state, much of it two lanes with the exception of the section from Tuscaloosa to Centreville. Upon arriving in Prattville, it runs concurrently with I-65, with which it goes through downtown Montgomery with (also junctioning with the current southern terminus of I-85), and splits off to the east south of downtown. After leaving Montgomery, the route continues southeast through Union Springs and Midway en route to Eufaula, on the Alabama–Georgia state line, where it junctions with US 431. The route then crosses over the Chattahoochee River into Georgetown, Georgia, over Lake Eufaula.

Currently in Pickens County, Alabama, a widening project of US 82 is underway to make the highway four lanes. New bridges are being constructed using Federal Highway Administration monies, as well as matching Alabama Department of Transportation funds. Four-laning the highway in Tuscaloosa County, west of Northport to the Pickens County line, was completed in the fall of 2010. The highway is now four lanes from the Mississippi state line to just southeast of Centreville at mile marker 88, with the exception of a short two lane stretch from Gordo to the Tuscaloosa County line.

Georgia

US 82 at the intersection with US 27 Bus. at Main Square in Cuthbert

Throughout much of southern Georgia, US 82 is paired with State Route 520 and designated as "Corridor Z" and "South Georgia Parkway." West of Dawson, US 82 is paired with State Route 50, the historic State Route number for US 82 in Georgia. From Dawson onwards, US 82 becomes a four-lane highway as it moves through Albany and then onto Tifton where US 82 intersects with I-75. After this the highway moves east through southern plains and Waycross, near the Okefenokee Swamp. US 82 then proceeds to Brunswick, where it terminates at the intersection with I-95.

This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it.(June 2008)

During the initial creation of the US Highway System, the US 82 designation was unassigned. The Mississippi Highway Department requested the creation of a route between Greenville and Columbus, additionally proposing that it should be extended eastward to Birmingham, Alabama, and into Arkansas. The American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO) initially balked at the request because it was not accompanied by concurrent requests from Arkansas or Alabama, and because the proposed route utilized several private toll bridges. Following concurrence from Arkansas, the route was approved on July 1, 1931. In Arkansas, US 82 completely replaced State Road 2, running from the Mississippi River to US 71 in Texarkana. US 82 was extended east into Alabama and west into Texas in 1934; making US 82 a 946-mile (1,522 km) route from US 385 in Lubbock to US 11 in Tuscaloosa. Over the next eight years, construction and other routing improvements reduced the total length to 904-mile (1,455 km). In 1948, the route was extended east to Waycross, Georgia, with an extension east to US 17 in Midway, Georgia eight years later.

On November 26, 1960, an extension to Las Cruces, New Mexico was denied due to substandard roadway conditions in New Mexico, but was later approved on June 18, 1963. The route was extended east to I-95 in Chester, Georgia on June 25, 1979. The east ends of US 82 and U.S. Route 84 were swapped in 1989 after the roads around Waycross, Georgia, were reconfigured. This change made US 82's eastern terminus I-95 in Brunswick, Georgia, which is the current terminus today. New Mexico decided to delete an overlap with US 70 between Alamogordo and Las Cruces, resulting in the current western terminus at US 54/US 70.

In the movie Smokey and the Bandit, it was the main route to Texarkana from Atlanta and back.

U.S. Route 82 is proposed to have an interchange with Interstate 69 in the near future.

The highway is also receiving a new routing to bypass Greenville, Mississippi.

This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it.(June 2008)
New Mexico
US 54 / US 70 in Alamogordo
US 285 in Artesia
Texas
US 380 in Plains. The highways travel concurrently to Brownfield.
US 62 / US 385 in Brownfield. US 62/US 81 travels concurrently to Lubbock. US 82/US 385 travels concurrently through Brownfield.
US 84 in Lubbock
I-27 / US 87 in Lubbock
US 62 in Lubbock. The highways travel concurrently to southwest of Ralls.
US 83 south of Guthrie
US 183 / US 277 / US 283 north-northeast of Seymour. US 82/US 183/US 283 travels concurrently to Mabelle. US 82/US 277 travels concurrently to Wichita Falls.
US 277 / US 281 / US 287 in Wichita Falls. US 82/US 281 travels concurrently through Wichita Falls. US 82/US 287 travels concurrently to west of Henrietta.
US 81 in Ringgold
I-35 / US 77 in Gainesville
US 377 in Whitesboro
US 75 in Sherman
US 69 in Bells
US 271 in Paris. The highways travel concurrently through Paris.
US 259 northwest of De Kalb
I-30 west of New Boston
I-369 / US 59 in Texarkana
US 67 in Texarkana. The highways travel concurrently to Texarkana, Arkansas.
US 71 on the TexasArkansas state line on the Texarkana–Texarkana, Arkansas city line. The highways travel concurrently to Texarkana, Arkansas.
Arkansas
I-49 in Texarkana
US 371 in Magnolia
US 79 in Magnolia. The highways travel concurrently through Magnolia.
US 63 / US 167 in El Dorado
US 425 east of Crossett. The highways travel concurrently to Hamburg.
US 165 south of Montrose
US 65 / US 278 in Lake Village. US 65/US 82 travels concurrently to Fairview. US 82/US 278 travels concurrently to east of Leland, Mississippi.
Mississippi
US 61 / US 278 east of Leland.
US 49W in Indianola
US 49E in Greenwood. The highways travel concurrently through Greenwood.
I-55 in Winona
US 51 in Winona
US 45 west-southwest of Columbus. The highways travel concurrently to Columbus.
Alabama
US 43 in Northport. The highways travel concurrently through Northport.
I-20 / I-59 in Tuscaloosa
US 11 in Tuscaloosa
US 31 in Prattville
I-65 in Prattville. The highways travel concurrently to Montgomery.
I-85 / Future I-685 in Montgomery
I-65 / US 80 in Montgomery. US 80/US 82 travels concurrently through Montgomery.
US 331 in Montgomery
US 80 / US 231 in Montgomery. US 82/US 231 travels concurrently to south-southeast of Pike Road.
US 29 in Union Springs. The highways travel concurrently through Union Springs.
US 431 in Eufaula. The highways travel concurrently through Eufaula.
Georgia
US 27 east of Cuthbert
US 19 in Albany. The highways travel concurrently through Albany.
I-75 in Tifton
US 319 in Tifton. The highways travel concurrently to east-southeast of Tifton.
US 41 in Tifton
US 129 northwest of Alapaha. The highways travel concurrently to Alapaha.
US 221 / US 441 in Pearson
US 1 / US 23 west of Deenwood. The highways travel concurrently to Waycross.
US 84 in Waycross. The highways travel concurrently through Waycross.
US 301 in Nahunta
US 17 west of Brunswick. The highways travel concurrently for approximately 0.7 miles (1.1 km).
I-95 / US 17 west of Brunswick
US 82B running as Main Street through the Magnolia Commercial Historic District in Magnolia, Arkansas

Twelve special routes of US 82 currently exist: four in Arkansas, four in Texas, two in New Mexico, one in Mississippi, and one in Georgia.

  1. "U.S. 82". Highway History. Federal Highway Administration. November 18, 2015. RetrievedDecember 11, 2016.
  2. Google (March 5, 2008). "overview map of US 82" (Map). Google Maps. Google. RetrievedMarch 5, 2008.
  3. "Tribute to Ward Wharton McFarland". June 2004.
  4. "EDITORIAL: Highway 82 project took too much time". TuscaloosaNews.com. RetrievedJanuary 26, 2013.
Wikimedia Commons has media related toU.S. Route 82.
Browse numbered routes
NM 81NM NM 83
SH 81TX SH 82
AR 81AR AR 83
US 80MS MS 83
SR 81AL SR 83
SR 81GA SR 82

U S Route 82 Article Talk Language Watch Edit U S Route 82 US 82 is an east west United States highway in the Southern United States Created on July 1 1931 across central Mississippi and southern Arkansas US 82 eventually became a 1 625 mile 2 615 km route extending from the White Sands of New Mexico to Georgia s Atlantic coast 1 U S Route 82Route informationLength1 625 mi 1 2 615 km ExistedJuly 1 1931 1 presentMajor junctionsWest endUS 54 US 70 at Alamogordo NMMajor intersectionsI 27 US 87 at Lubbock TX I 35 US 77 at Gainesville TX I 30 near New Boston TX and Texarkana TX AR I 49 in Texarkana AR I 55 at Winona MS US 45 at Columbus MS I 20 I 59 at Tuscaloosa AL I 65 from Prattville AL to south of Montgomery AL I 85 at Montgomery AL US 80 south of Montgomery AL to east of Montgomery AL I 75 at Tifton GAEast endI 95 US 17 SR 25 SR 520 at Brunswick GALocationCountryUnited StatesStatesNew Mexico Texas Arkansas Mississippi Alabama GeorgiaHighway systemUnited States Numbered Highway SystemList Special DividedUS Highway 82 crossing the high plains of the Llano Estacado of West Texas The highway s eastern terminus is in Brunswick Georgia at an intersection with Interstate 95 It is co signed for its last half mile with U S Route 17 Its western terminus is in Alamogordo New Mexico at an intersection with U S Route 54 and U S Route 70 citation needed Contents 1 Route description 1 1 New Mexico 1 2 Texas 1 3 Arkansas 1 4 Mississippi 1 5 Alabama 1 6 Georgia 2 History 3 Future 4 Major intersections 5 Special routes 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksRoute description EditNew Mexico Edit Main article U S Route 82 in New Mexico US 82 begins at an intersection with US highways 54 and 70 north of Alamogordo and south of La Luz New Mexico Heading east out of Alamogordo the road ascends into the Sacramento Mountains traveling through the Lincoln National Forest While climbing steep Mexican Canyon the highway passes the abandoned railroad trestles of the El Paso and Northeastern Railway and passes through the only road tunnel in New Mexico The road then traverses the New Mexico villages of High Rolls Cloudcroft and Mayhill After descending the mountains into the rugged flat plains of eastern New Mexico it generally follows a north northeasterly bearing until Artesia where it takes a more due easterly bearing on through to Lovington veering back slightly to the north before crossing into Texas Texas Edit Main article U S Route 82 in Texas US 82 crosses into Texas from New Mexico at Texas Farm to Market Road 769 turning northeastward toward Plains where it merges with US 380 US 82 is co signed with US 380 from Plains to Brownfield where it joins US 62 and US 380 leaves the route US 82 62 continues northeastward toward Lubbock In Lubbock US 82 and US 62 split where US 82 is a limited access freeway west of US Route 87 From Wolfforth to downtown Lubbock US 82 is named Marsha Sharp Freeway after Marsha Sharp former head basketball coach of the Texas Tech Lady Raiders and Women s Basketball Hall of Fame inductee It once again merges with US 62 along with State Highway 114 east of the campus of Texas Tech University where it continues eastward through Ralls where US 62 makes a sharp turn to the north and leaves the route US 82 continues eastward across the level plains of the Llano Estacado to Crosbyton and then dips downward as it crosses the White River of Blanco Canyon where the Texas Department of Transportation maintains the Silver Falls Rest Area with facilities and hiking trails After climbing out of Blanco Canyon US 82 eventually exits the Llano Estacado and enters the rolling plains near Dickens Texas US 82 SH 114 continues eastward as a co signed route until Seymour where it merges with U S Highways 183 277 and 283 with US 183 and 283 leaving the route at Mabelle US 82 277 continues eastward to Wichita Falls merging with US 287 just south of downtown US 82 leaves US 287 at Henrietta and continues east signed independently apart from various state highway routes across the remainder of Texas crossing into Arkansas in downtown Texarkana 2 Arkansas Edit The Greenville Bridge over the Mississippi River between Arkansas and Mississippi Main article U S Route 82 in Arkansas US 82 enters Arkansas in downtown Texarkana then proceeds almost due east across the flat plains of the Red River It crosses the Red River at Garland City on a new bridge then passes through the towns of Lewisville and Magnolia At Magnolia the route joins US 79 for approximately two miles before continuing eastward The route passes through the cities of El Dorado and Strong before crossing the Ouachita River just north of Lake Jack Lee then continues through Crossett and Hamburg to Lake Village The route continues from there across the Mississippi River to Greenville MS US 82 closely follows the historical alignment of Arkansas Highway 2 Mississippi Edit Main article U S Route 82 in Mississippi Through the entire state the highway is four laned with interchanges at major junctions After crossing the Mississippi River from Arkansas via a four laned cable stayed Mississippi River bridge the road briefly travels northeast toward central Greenville then turns east to Columbus passing through Indianola Greenwood Winona and Starkville while bypassing Itta Bena According to the Mississippi Department of Transportation construction is now underway on a U S 82 bypass around Greenville The new road will commence at the recently opened Mississippi River Bridge and terminate at the current U S 82 near Leland creating a half loop freeway around South Greenville Cloverleaf interchanges are presently being built at the freeway s junctions with MS 454 and MS 1 This new bypass will be the southern terminus for the planned freeway connector to Interstate 69 which is also under construction through the northern Mississippi Delta From Starkville east through Columbus and on to the Alabama state line US 82 is built to freeway standards Alabama Edit Main article U S Route 82 in Alabama McFarland Boulevard US 82 West in Tuscaloosa Alabama in 2018 Throughout Alabama US 82 is paired with unsigned State Route 6 SR 6 The highway enters the state east of Columbus Mississippi and bears southeast towards Northport and Tuscaloosa where it crosses over I 20 and I 59 south of town It is known in West Alabama as McFarland Boulevard in memory of Ward Wharton McFarland a political business and civic leader who died in 1979 3 After leaving Tuscaloosa the route continues southeast passing through the cities of Brent Centreville and Maplesville en route to Prattville on the northern edge of the Montgomery metropolitan area This approximately 92 mile 148 km drive goes through some of the most rural areas of the state much of it two lanes with the exception of the section from Tuscaloosa to Centreville Upon arriving in Prattville it runs concurrently with I 65 with which it goes through downtown Montgomery with also junctioning with the current southern terminus of I 85 and splits off to the east south of downtown After leaving Montgomery the route continues southeast through Union Springs and Midway en route to Eufaula on the Alabama Georgia state line where it junctions with US 431 The route then crosses over the Chattahoochee River into Georgetown Georgia over Lake Eufaula Currently in Pickens County Alabama a widening project of US 82 is underway to make the highway four lanes New bridges are being constructed using Federal Highway Administration monies as well as matching Alabama Department of Transportation funds Four laning the highway in Tuscaloosa County west of Northport to the Pickens County line was completed in the fall of 2010 The highway is now four lanes from the Mississippi state line to just southeast of Centreville at mile marker 88 with the exception of a short two lane stretch from Gordo to the Tuscaloosa County line 4 Georgia Edit Main article U S Route 82 in Georgia US 82 at the intersection with US 27 Bus at Main Square in Cuthbert Throughout much of southern Georgia US 82 is paired with State Route 520 and designated as Corridor Z and South Georgia Parkway West of Dawson US 82 is paired with State Route 50 the historic State Route number for US 82 in Georgia From Dawson onwards US 82 becomes a four lane highway as it moves through Albany and then onto Tifton where US 82 intersects with I 75 After this the highway moves east through southern plains and Waycross near the Okefenokee Swamp US 82 then proceeds to Brunswick where it terminates at the intersection with I 95 This section needs expansion You can help by adding to it June 2008 History EditDuring the initial creation of the US Highway System the US 82 designation was unassigned 1 The Mississippi Highway Department requested the creation of a route between Greenville and Columbus additionally proposing that it should be extended eastward to Birmingham Alabama and into Arkansas The American Association of State Highway Officials AASHO initially balked at the request because it was not accompanied by concurrent requests from Arkansas or Alabama and because the proposed route utilized several private toll bridges Following concurrence from Arkansas the route was approved on July 1 1931 1 In Arkansas US 82 completely replaced State Road 2 running from the Mississippi River to US 71 in Texarkana US 82 was extended east into Alabama and west into Texas in 1934 making US 82 a 946 mile 1 522 km route from US 385 in Lubbock to US 11 in Tuscaloosa Over the next eight years construction and other routing improvements reduced the total length to 904 mile 1 455 km In 1948 the route was extended east to Waycross Georgia with an extension east to US 17 in Midway Georgia eight years later 1 On November 26 1960 an extension to Las Cruces New Mexico was denied due to substandard roadway conditions in New Mexico but was later approved on June 18 1963 The route was extended east to I 95 in Chester Georgia on June 25 1979 The east ends of US 82 and U S Route 84 were swapped in 1989 after the roads around Waycross Georgia were reconfigured This change made US 82 s eastern terminus I 95 in Brunswick Georgia which is the current terminus today New Mexico decided to delete an overlap with US 70 between Alamogordo and Las Cruces resulting in the current western terminus at US 54 US 70 1 In the movie Smokey and the Bandit it was the main route to Texarkana from Atlanta and back Future EditU S Route 82 is proposed to have an interchange with Interstate 69 in the near future The highway is also receiving a new routing to bypass Greenville Mississippi This section needs expansion You can help by adding to it June 2008 Major intersections EditNew Mexico US 54 US 70 in Alamogordo US 285 in Artesia Texas US 380 in Plains The highways travel concurrently to Brownfield US 62 US 385 in Brownfield US 62 US 81 travels concurrently to Lubbock US 82 US 385 travels concurrently through Brownfield US 84 in Lubbock I 27 US 87 in Lubbock US 62 in Lubbock The highways travel concurrently to southwest of Ralls US 83 south of Guthrie US 183 US 277 US 283 north northeast of Seymour US 82 US 183 US 283 travels concurrently to Mabelle US 82 US 277 travels concurrently to Wichita Falls US 277 US 281 US 287 in Wichita Falls US 82 US 281 travels concurrently through Wichita Falls US 82 US 287 travels concurrently to west of Henrietta US 81 in Ringgold I 35 US 77 in Gainesville US 377 in Whitesboro US 75 in Sherman US 69 in Bells US 271 in Paris The highways travel concurrently through Paris US 259 northwest of De Kalb I 30 west of New Boston I 369 US 59 in Texarkana US 67 in Texarkana The highways travel concurrently to Texarkana Arkansas US 71 on the Texas Arkansas state line on the Texarkana Texarkana Arkansas city line The highways travel concurrently to Texarkana Arkansas Arkansas I 49 in Texarkana US 371 in Magnolia US 79 in Magnolia The highways travel concurrently through Magnolia US 63 US 167 in El Dorado US 425 east of Crossett The highways travel concurrently to Hamburg US 165 south of Montrose US 65 US 278 in Lake Village US 65 US 82 travels concurrently to Fairview US 82 US 278 travels concurrently to east of Leland Mississippi Mississippi US 61 US 278 east of Leland US 49W in Indianola US 49E in Greenwood The highways travel concurrently through Greenwood I 55 in Winona US 51 in Winona US 45 west southwest of Columbus The highways travel concurrently to Columbus Alabama US 43 in Northport The highways travel concurrently through Northport I 20 I 59 in Tuscaloosa US 11 in Tuscaloosa US 31 in Prattville I 65 in Prattville The highways travel concurrently to Montgomery I 85 Future I 685 in Montgomery I 65 US 80 in Montgomery US 80 US 82 travels concurrently through Montgomery US 331 in Montgomery US 80 US 231 in Montgomery US 82 US 231 travels concurrently to south southeast of Pike Road US 29 in Union Springs The highways travel concurrently through Union Springs US 431 in Eufaula The highways travel concurrently through Eufaula Georgia US 27 east of Cuthbert US 19 in Albany The highways travel concurrently through Albany I 75 in Tifton US 319 in Tifton The highways travel concurrently to east southeast of Tifton US 41 in Tifton US 129 northwest of Alapaha The highways travel concurrently to Alapaha US 221 US 441 in Pearson US 1 US 23 west of Deenwood The highways travel concurrently to Waycross US 84 in Waycross The highways travel concurrently through Waycross US 301 in Nahunta US 17 west of Brunswick The highways travel concurrently for approximately 0 7 miles 1 1 km I 95 US 17 west of BrunswickSpecial routes Edit US 82B running as Main Street through the Magnolia Commercial Historic District in Magnolia Arkansas Main article Special routes of U S Route 82 Twelve special routes of US 82 currently exist four in Arkansas four in Texas two in New Mexico one in Mississippi and one in Georgia See also Edit U S Roads portal Mississippi Highway 182 Texas State Highway 56References Edit a b c d e f g U S 82 Highway History Federal Highway Administration November 18 2015 Retrieved December 11 2016 Google March 5 2008 overview map of US 82 Map Google Maps Google Retrieved March 5 2008 Tribute to Ward Wharton McFarland June 2004 EDITORIAL Highway 82 project took too much time TuscaloosaNews com Retrieved January 26 2013 External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to U S Route 82 Endpoints of U S Highway 82 Browse numbered routes NM 81NM NM 83 SH 81TX SH 82 AR 81AR AR 83 US 80MS MS 83 SR 81AL SR 83 SR 81GA SR 82 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title U S Route 82 amp oldid 1071184562, wikipedia, wiki, book,

books

, library,

article

, read, download, free, free download, mp3, video, mp4, 3gp, jpg, jpeg, gif, png, picture, music, song, movie, book, game, games.