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U.S. Route 80 (US 80) also known as the Dixie Overland Highway, is a major U.S. Highway in the American state of Alabama. The Alabama Department of Transportation internally designated the majority of US 80 throughout the state as State Route 8 (SR 8), save for parts of the route throughout Selma and near the Mississippi border. Serving as the main east to west highway through Alabama's Black Belt region, US 80 is well known for its role in the events surrounding the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965, being the route taken by the demonstrators between the two cities as well as being the site of Bloody Sunday. The highway was also once a major transcontinental highway once reaching from Tybee Island, Georgia to San Diego, California but has since been truncated to Dallas, Texas due to lar

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  • U.S. Route 80 (US 80) also known as the Dixie Overland Highway, is a major U.S. Highway in the American state of Alabama. The Alabama Department of Transportation internally designated the majority of US 80 throughout the state as State Route 8 (SR 8), save for parts of the route throughout Selma and near the Mississippi border. Serving as the main east to west highway through Alabama's Black Belt region, US 80 is well known for its role in the events surrounding the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965, being the route taken by the demonstrators between the two cities as well as being the site of Bloody Sunday. The highway was also once a major transcontinental highway once reaching from Tybee Island, Georgia to San Diego, California but has since been truncated to Dallas, Texas due to lar
  • U.S. Route 80 (US 80) also known as the Dixie Overland Highway, is a major U.S. Highway in the American state of Alabama. The Alabama Department of Transportation internally designates the majority of US 80 throughout the state as State Route 8 (SR 8), save for parts of the route throughout Selma and near the Mississippi border. Serving as the main east to west highway through Alabama's Black Belt region, US 80 is well known for its role in the events surrounding the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965, being the route taken by the demonstrators between the two cities as well as being the site of Bloody Sunday. The highway was also once a major transcontinental highway once reaching from Tybee Island, Georgia to San Diego, California but has since been truncated to Dallas, Texas due to lar
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  • U.S. Route 80 (US 80) also known as the Dixie Overland Highway, is a major U.S. Highway in the American state of Alabama. The Alabama Department of Transportation internally designated the majority of US 80 throughout the state as State Route 8 (SR 8), save for parts of the route throughout Selma and near the Mississippi border. Serving as the main east to west highway through Alabama's Black Belt region, US 80 is well known for its role in the events surrounding the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965, being the route taken by the demonstrators between the two cities as well as being the site of Bloody Sunday. The highway was also once a major transcontinental highway once reaching from Tybee Island, Georgia to San Diego, California but has since been truncated to Dallas, Texas due to largely being replaced by the Interstate Highway System.
  • U.S. Route 80 (US 80) also known as the Dixie Overland Highway, is a major U.S. Highway in the American state of Alabama. The Alabama Department of Transportation internally designates the majority of US 80 throughout the state as State Route 8 (SR 8), save for parts of the route throughout Selma and near the Mississippi border. Serving as the main east to west highway through Alabama's Black Belt region, US 80 is well known for its role in the events surrounding the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965, being the route taken by the demonstrators between the two cities as well as being the site of Bloody Sunday. The highway was also once a major transcontinental highway once reaching from Tybee Island, Georgia to San Diego, California but has since been truncated to Dallas, Texas due to largely being replaced by the Interstate Highway System.
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