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Interstate 222

Interstate 222
Route information
Length: 2.26 mi (3.64 km)
Major junctions
South end:
I‑22 / US 78 near Birmingham
North end:
Future I‑422 near Birmingham
Highway system
  • Alabama State Routes

Interstate 222 (I-222) is a future Auxiliary Interstate Highway to be a connector between I-22/US-78 and the proposed I-422 near Birmingham, Alabama. It will be the 3rd numbered auxiliary route with the same number in it, 1st being I-444, 2nd being I-555 after it is completed, then the 3rd will be I-222.

Route description

History

The Interstate has been proposed because workers can not build an interchange directly between I-22 and I-422. The interchange cannot be built because of environmental issues. The Interstate lineup was approved May 18, 2012. The Interstate is not planned to be built until 2026 when I-422 is built.

See also

References

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • Interstate 222 on Interstate-guide.com
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