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      Alabama is nicknamed the Yellowhammer State, after the state bird. Alabama is also known as the "Heart of Dixie" and the "Cotton State". The state tree is the Longleaf Pine, and the state flower is the Camellia. Alabama's capital is Montgomery. The largest city by population is Birmingham, which has long been the most industrialized city; the largest city by land area is Huntsville. The oldest city is Mobile, founded by French colonists in 1702 as the capital of French Louisiana.


Alabama Road System:      

      Alabama has six major interstate roads that cross the state: Interstate 65 (I-65) travels north–south roughly through the middle of the state; I-20/I-59 travel from the central west Mississippi state line to Birmingham, where I-59 continues to the north-east corner of the state and I-20 continues east towards Atlanta; I-85 originates in Montgomery and travels east-northeast to the Georgia state line, providing a main thoroughfare to Atlanta; and I-10 traverses the southernmost portion of the state, traveling from west to east through Mobile. I-22 enters the state from Mississippi and connects Birmingham with Memphis, Tennessee. In addition, there are currently five auxiliary interstate routes in the state: I-165 in Mobile, I-359 in Tuscaloosa, I-459 around Birmingham, I-565 in Decatur and Huntsville, and I-759 in Gadsden. A sixth route, I-685, will be formed when I-85 is rerouted along a new southern bypass of Montgomery. A proposed northern bypass of Birmingham will be designated as I-422. Since a direct connection from I-22 to I-422 will not be possible, I-222 has been proposed, as well.

      Several U.S. Highways also pass through the state, such as U.S. Route 11 (US-11), US-29, US-31, US-43, US-45, US-72, US-78, US-80, US-82, US-84, US-90, US-98, US-231, US-278, US-280, US-331, US-411, and US-431.

There are four toll roads in the state: Montgomery Expressway in Montgomery; Tuscaloosa Bypass in Tuscaloosa; Emerald Mountain Expressway in Wetumpka; and Beach Express in Orange Beach. {Reference: Wikipedia}


Routes:

Alabama to Alabama

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Alabama to Louisiana

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Alabama to Michigan

Alabama to Minnesota

Alabama to Mississippi

Alabama to Missouri

Alabama to Montana

Alabama to Nebraska

Alabama to Nevada

Alabama to New Hampshire

Alabama to New Jersey

Alabama to New Mexico

Alabama to New York

Alabama to North Carolina

Alabama to North Dakota

Alabama to Ohio

Alabama to Oklahoma

Alabama to Oregon

Alabama to Pennsylvania

Alabama to Rhode Island

Alabama to South Carolina

Alabama to South Dakota

Alabama to Tennessee

Alabama to Texas

Alabama to Utah

Alabama to Vermont

Alabama to Virginia

Alabama to Washington

Alabama to West Virginia

Alabama to Wisconsin

Alabama to Wyoming




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