5 Facts About Georgia State Route 19


State Route 19 is a 152-mile-long state highway that travels southeast-to-northwest through portions of Bacon, Jeff Davis, Appling, Telfair, Wheeler, Laurens, Twiggs, Bibb, and Monroe counties in the central part of the U.S. state of Georgia.

Hodges Street (GA 310) Railroad Crossing, Brinson, GA by freebrickproductions


The highway travels from its southern terminus at US 1SR 18 in Forsyth.

Main Street (GA 262) Railroad Crossing, Climax, GA by freebrickproductions


It also travels through Hazlehurst, Lumber City, Dublin, and Macon.


The brief portion, on US 80 in East Macon to US 23SR 87 in Macon, is part of the Fall Line Freeway, a highway that connects Columbus and Augusta.

The Fall Line Freeway is a 215-mile-long highway designed to span the width of the U.S. state of Georgia from Columbus at the Alabama state line to Augusta, traveling through several cities including Macon, Milledgeville, and Sandersville.


It may eventually be incorporated into the proposed eastern extension of Interstate 14.

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