List of Interstate Highways in Alabama

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Highway markers for I-10 and I-759
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The Interstate Highways in Alabama are the components of the Interstate Highway System in the U.S. state of Alabama. All numbered highways in Alabama are maintained by the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT).

Currently, there are 11 routes and 1,130 miles (1,820 km) of Interstates in Alabama. The Interstate with the longest segment in Alabama is Interstate 65, covering 367.00 miles (590.63 km); the shortest is Interstate 359, covering 2.30 miles (3.70 km).[1] There are seven Interstate primary routes and five Interstate auxiliary routes serving the six largest cities in the state, and 22 of the 25 largest.

Primary Interstate highways

Number Length (mi)[1] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
I‑10 66.31 106.72 Interstate 10 in Mississippi Interstate 10 in Florida I-10 enters the state from Mississippi near Grand Bay, Alabama
I‑20 214.7 345.5 I-20/I-59 at the Mississippi state line near Cuba I-20 at the Georgia state line I-20 runs concurrently with I-59 from the Mississippi state line, northeast through Tuscaloosa, through its junction with I-459, and into Birmingham. Near the Birmingham Airport, the highway splits with I-59 and heads east, to Pell City and Anniston-Oxford, before crossing into Georgia on its way to Atlanta.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]
I‑59 241.36 388.43 I-20/I-59 at the Mississippi state line near Cuba I-59 at the Georgia state line I-59 runs concurrently with I-20 from the Mississippi state line, northeast through Tuscaloosa, through its junction with I-459, and into Birmingham. Near the Birmingham Airport, the highway splits with I-20 and heads northeast, towards Gadsden and Fort Payne, before crossing into Georgia on its way to Chattanooga, Tennessee.[3][4][5][6][7][11][12][13]
I‑22 91 146 I-22/US-78 at Mississippi state line I-65/US-31 in Birmingham I-22 presently enters Alabama from Mississippi near Hamilton. It roughly follows the current US-78, bypassing Winfield and Jasper before reaching the Birmingham metropolis, where it reaches its eastern terminus at I-65 and US-31.[14]
I‑65 367.00 590.63 I-10 in Mobile I-65 at the Tennessee state line near Ardmore I-65 is the major north-south route in the state, and Alabama's longest interstate and third-longest numbered route. It begins at
I‑85 80 129 I-65 & Day Street in Montgomery I-85 at the Georgia state line in Lanett I-85 begins at I-65 in Montgomery, and continues eastward near Tuskegee and Auburn, before crossing into Georgia on its way to Atlanta.[22][31][32][33][34]
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Auxiliary Interstate highways

Number Length (mi)[1] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
I‑210 5.10 8.21 I-10 in Mobile I-65 in Prichard 1991 1994 I-210 was a planned spur route connecting I-10 in downtown Mobile with Interstate 65 northwest of Mobile. It is now signed as I-165 with a missing connection to I-10.
I‑165 4.90 7.89 US-90/Truck US-98/SR-16 at Beauregard & North Water Streets in Mobile I-65 in Prichard I-165 serves as a spur route connecting downtown Mobile with Interstate 65 northwest of Mobile.[15][35]
x25px Future I‑222 2.26 3.64 I-22/US-78 in Brookside I-422 in Birmingham proposed I-222 will provide connection between I-422 and I-22 which due to topography will not have an intersection.[36]
I‑359 2.30 3.70 I-20/I-59/US-11/SR-7/SR-69 US-11/US-43/SR-13/SR-69 I-359 serves as a spur route connecting I-20/I-59 with downtown Tuscaloosa.[5][37]
Future I‑422 51.04 82.14 I-20/I-59/I-459 at Bessemer I-59 in Trussville proposed I-422 is the under-construction Birmingham North Beltline set to bypass the Birmingham metropolis, from I-59 to I-59. It also carries the designation Alabama State Route 959.[38]
I‑459 32.80 52.79 I-20/I-59/US-11/SR-5/SR-7 near Bessemer I-59 at Trussville I-459 forms a partial southern loop around Birmingham, connecting I-20/I-59 in Bessemer and I-59 near Trussville. There are plans to extend the loop around the north of the city, as State Route 959.[6][39]
I‑565 21.40 34.44 I-65/SR-20 in Decatur US-72 in Huntsville 1991 current I-565 serves as a spur route connecting I-65 with Huntsville and crossing the City of Huntsville.[30][40][41]
x25px Future I‑685 14 23 I-65 at Montgomery I-85/US-80 in Montgomery proposed With the completion of the Montgomery Southern Bypass, I-85 will be shifted to that new route. AASHTO approved in October 2010 the co-signing of I-685 to be put up along with current I-85 up to the point it moves to the new roadway.[42]
I‑759 4.50 7.24 I-59 in Attalla US-411/SR-25/SR-759 in Gadsden I-759 serves as a spur route from I-59 to the Gadsden metropolis.[12][43]
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See also

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