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'''U.S. Highway 78''' (also known as '''U.S. Route 78''') currently runs for 715 miles from I-240 in [[Memphis, Tennessee]] to US 17 in [[Charleston, South Carolina]]. Much of the route has been paralleled by the new [[Interstate 22]] ([[Corridor X]]).   
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'''U.S. Highway 78''' (also known as '''U.S. Route 78''') currently runs for 715 miles from I-240 in Memphis, Tennessee to US 17 in Charleston, South Carolina. Much of the route between Memphis and [[Birmingham]] has been paralleled by the new [[Interstate 22]] (Corridor X).   
  
 
'''US 78''' traverses the states of:
 
'''US 78''' traverses the states of:
 
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* Tennessee
* [[Tennessee]]
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* Mississippi - has converted portions of the highway to controlled access in order to be turned into I-22.
* [[Mississippi]] - has converted portions of the highway to [[controlled access]] in order to be turned into I-22.
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* [[Alabama]] - paired with unmarked '''Alabama State Route 4''' throughout the state, except for the compeleted sections of I-22.
* [[Alabama]] - paired with unmarked [[Alabama State Route 4]] throughout the state, except for the compeleted sections of I-22.
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* Georgia
* [[Georgia]]
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* South Carolina
* [[South Carolina]]
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Notable cities along the route of the highway include:
 
Notable cities along the route of the highway include:
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* Augusta, Georgia
 
* Augusta, Georgia
 
* Athens, Georgia
 
* Athens, Georgia
* Snellville, Georgia[http://www.78cid.org]
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* Snellville, Georgia
 
* Stone Mountain, Georgia
 
* Stone Mountain, Georgia
* [[Atlanta]]
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* Atlanta, Georgia
* [[Oxford]]
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* Oxford, Alabama
* [[Birmingham]]
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* [[Birmingham]], Alabama
* [[Jasper]]
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* [[Jasper]], Alabama
* [[Tupelo]]
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* Tupelo, Mississippi
* [[Memphis]]
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* Memphis, Tennessee
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category:U.S. Highway 78|U.S. Highway 78]]
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[[Category:U.S. Highway 78|*]]

Revision as of 06:17, 21 November 2006

U.S. Highway 78 (also known as U.S. Route 78) currently runs for 715 miles from I-240 in Memphis, Tennessee to US 17 in Charleston, South Carolina. Much of the route between Memphis and Birmingham has been paralleled by the new Interstate 22 (Corridor X).

US 78 traverses the states of:

  • Tennessee
  • Mississippi - has converted portions of the highway to controlled access in order to be turned into I-22.
  • Alabama - paired with unmarked Alabama State Route 4 throughout the state, except for the compeleted sections of I-22.
  • Georgia
  • South Carolina

Notable cities along the route of the highway include:

  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Augusta, Georgia
  • Athens, Georgia
  • Snellville, Georgia
  • Stone Mountain, Georgia
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Oxford, Alabama
  • Birmingham, Alabama
  • Jasper, Alabama
  • Tupelo, Mississippi
  • Memphis, Tennessee

References

  • "U.S. Route 78." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 20 Nov 2006. [1].