AL 215

Alabama 215 is a direct connection to downtown Tuscaloosa from U.S. 82 south of Tuscaloosa to U.S. 11 east of the city. The highway is signed north-south throughout, but runs in an east-west fashion from downtown Tuscaloosa to U.S. 11. The highway is also 24th Ave. along the north-south portion and University Blvd. in its east-west part.

PICTURES
All pictures taken 7/30/03

"END AL 215" and U.S. 82 signage as AL 215
comes to an end south of Tuscaloosa.
AL 215 North assurance shield just north of
U.S. 82. U.S. 11 is about one mile ahead.
AL 215 South, which is heading west at this
point, prepares to turn to the south onto 24th
Ave.
Continuing straight on University Ave., motorists
quickly encounter U.S. 43 and AL 69. An "END
AL 215" sign is in place at the stoplight for
U.S. 43/AL 69 South. The highways are divided
throughout this part of town. (U.S. 43/AL 69
North is just behind where this photo was taken.)
So it could be said that AL 215 has three
termini.
AL 215 North at U.S. 82 East - TO Interstate 20/
Interstate 59 - McFarland Blvd.
AL 215 South at U.S. 82 East. The University of
Alabama is just ahead.
AL 215 North at U.S. 82 West.
AL 215 South at U.S. 82 West.
AL 215 North at CR-45 North.
AL 215 North at AL 216 East. AL 216 connects
to Interstate 20 and Interstate 59 at its other
end.
"END AL 215" and U.S. 11 signage as AL 215
North ends.

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Last updated October 24, 2003 01:00 PM