U.S. Highway 341


U.S. 341 travels 226 miles, wholly within Georgia from Brunswick and the Golden Isles to Jesup, Hazlehurst, Eastman Perry, Fort Valley and Blairsville. U.S. 341 doubles as the Golden Isles Parkway northwest to Perry.

Northward from Musella, alignment changes approved by AASHTO on October 14, 1967 included a new straighter route from Roberts north to Musella. Old U.S. 341 parallels the highway to the east along Salem Church Road and then Musella Road. Continuing toward the rural city of Culloden, Old 341 West represents the former route west of U.S. 341. U.S. 341 bypasses Culloden to the east, overtaking old U.S. 341 as it leads north along Main Street. 2.4 miles further north, another new section of U.S. 341 was built in 1967. This 1.4 mile long linear route eliminated the curve through Strouds, with SR 83 extending south along the former route to U.S. 341, and Strouds Road representing old U.S. 341 to the northwest.

U.S. 341 north
U.S. 341 begins its northbound journey along 1st Avenue in south Brunswick. The east-west street carries the U.S. route away from U.S. 17 & Georgia 25 (New Jessup Highway) to Newcastle Street and Lanier Boulevard. Pictured here is the first northbound reassurance shield of the route. Photo taken 07/22/04.
0.7 miles west of U.S. 17 is the northward turn of U.S. 341 from 1st Avenue onto Newcastle Street. The U.S. highway follows Newcastle Street north to 1st Avenue. Photo taken 07/22/04.
Newcastle Street comprises a four-lane surface arterial northward from 4th Avenue. Note the lattice structure to which the U.S. 341 northbound reassurance shield assembly is apart of. Photo taken 07/22/04.
U.S. 341 northbound turns onto 1st Avenue to make the connection from Newcastle Street to Bay Street. Bay Street travels north from the Brunswick River marine terminal along the Norfolk-Southern Railroad line west of downtown. Photo taken 07/22/04.
Georgia 27 emerges from obscurity along U.S. 341 northbound (Bay Street) after its departure from 1st Avenue. Bay Street is a five-lane surface arterial along the industrial reaches of west Brunswick. Photo taken 07/22/04.
U.S. 25-341 & Georgia 27 northbound reassurance shields posted after their merge at Bay and Gloucester Streets in the city of Brunswick. Bay Street merges with Newcastle Street three blocks ahead. U.S. 25 & 341 overlap from Brunswick north 39 miles to the Wayne County seat of Jessup. Photo taken 07/22/04.
U.S. 341 south
The southbound split of U.S. 341 & Georgia 27 from U.S. 25 at the intersection of Bay and Gloucester Streets in Brunswick. U.S. 25 turns east with Georgia 25 Connector though downtown along Gloucester Street to U.S. 17 & Georgia 25. U.S. 341 & Georgia 27 continue south along Bay Street to 1st Avenue. The Norfolk-Southern Railroad line parallels Bay Street southward to the Brunswick River marine terminal. Photo taken 07/22/04.
U.S. 341 southbound enters its terminal intersection with U.S. 17 & Georgia 25 (New Jessup Highway) via 4th Avenue east. U.S. 17 & Georgia 25 begin their ascent across the Sidney Lanier Bridge over the Brunswick River to the right. Use U.S. 17 & Georgia 25 northbound to access Saint Simons Island Causeway for the coastal communities of St. Simons Island and Sea Island. Photo taken 07/22/04.
An end sign resides across the U.S. 17 four-lane divided highway for U.S. 341. U.S. 341 is an intrastate route between Brunswick and Barnesville. Photo taken 07/22/04.

Page Updated February 4, 2005.

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