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Georgia Road Map

The scalable Georgia map on this page shows the state's major roads and highways as well as its counties and cities, including Atlanta, Georgia's state capital and most populous city.
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Rural Road in Summertime, Georgia

Georgia Map Navigation

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The following Map Legend and Scale of Miles apply to the road map on this page, at its largest displayed scale.

Georgia Map Legend

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Georgia Map Scale Of Miles

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Georgia Interstate Highways

Georgia's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between Georgia and its neighbors.

  • I-16 extends from Macon to Savannah.
  • I-20 traverses central Georgia, from the South Carolina border in the east, through Atlanta, to the Alabama border in the west.
  • From Georgia's northwestern border with Tennessee, I-75 travelers can drive southward through Atlanta, Macon, and Valdosta before leaving the state at its southern border with Florida.
  • From Georgia's northeastern border with South Carolina, I-85 travelers can drive southwest through Atlanta before leaving the state at its western border with Alabama.
  • I-95 extends along the Atlantic coast between Florida and South Carolina.

Georgia's auxiliary Interstate Highways serve several urban areas.

  • I-185 links I-85 with the city of Columbus in western Georgia.
  • I-285 loops around the city of Atlanta.
  • I-475 skirts the western side of the city of Macon.
  • I-520 links I-20 with the city of Augusta in eastern Georgia.
  • I-575 provides easy access to Atlanta's northern suburbs from I-75.
  • I-675 connects I-75 to I-285 southeast of Atlanta.
  • I-985 connects I-85 to the city of Gainesville northeast of Atlanta.

Georgia Scenic Routes

The 170-mile trip along Georgia's Colonial Coast runs west from Tybee Island to Savannah, and then south to Saint Marys, encountering creeks, rivers, estuaries, and marshes.  East of South Newport lies Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge, a 2,700-acre salt marsh that is home to waterfowl, deer, raccoons, possums, and minks.  Travelers can drive through the refuge's 15 miles of trail to get a firsthand look at the native wildlife.  More information about scenic roads in Georgia is available on this America's Byways: Georgia page.

Georgia Road Travel Resources

For more information about Georgia's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the Georgia Department of Transportation website.  For Georgia road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's Georgia Traffic Information page.

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