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Interstate 16

Interstate 16

Total length: 167 miles (269 km)
Western terminus: Macon, GA, at JCT I-75
Eastern terminus: Savannah, GA, at Montgomery St.

States traversed & length in each:

  • Georgia — 167 miles (269 km)

Major cities along route:

  • Macon, GA
  • Savannah, GA

Junctions with non-related Interstates:

Related loops and spurs:

  • Interstate 516 — 7 miles long; spur that "spears" I-16 (exists both north and south of I-16, but only connects to I-16 once at I-516 Exit 5); I-16 Exit 164

Length I’ve traveled: None

Time zones:
Eastern — Entire length

Counties traversed:
Georgia — Bibb, Twiggs, Bleckley, Laurens, Treutlen, Emanuel, Candler, Bulloch, Bryan, Effingham, Chatham

A quick hypertext drive: I have never traveled on I-16. If anybody can offer a good description of the route, please e-mail me.

This short description, which I have lightly edited for clarity, was e-mailed to me by site visitor Jason Kennedy on March 24, 2007: “Interstate 16 is sparsely traveled and mostly flat. It also contains very few interchanges. Major cities along the route are Macon, Dublin, Statesboro, and Savannah. [The] most exciting thing to watch for is the graffiti appearing on the overpasses as you get closer to Statesboro. Each overpass has the Georgia Southern [University] Eagle [mascot] painted on it.” Many thanks to Jason for contributing.

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