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Georgia 43.svg
State Route 43
South end: US 78.svgGeorgia 10.svgGeorgia 17.svg U.S. 78/S.R. 10/S.R. 17 north of Thomson
Major
junctions:
Georgia 220.svg S.R. 220 south of Lincolnton
North end: US 378.svg U.S. Route 378 at the South Carolina state line northeast of Lincolnton
Georgia State Routes
< SR 42 SR 44 >

State Route 43 is a north–south state route located in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. The route travels from U.S. Route 78/State Route 10/State Route 17 north of Thomson north to the South Carolina state line northeast of Lincolnton.

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Routing

From its southern terminus at U.S. 78/S.R. 10/S.R. 17 north of Thomson in McDuffie County, State Route 43 travels north. It passes over a branch of Strom Thurmond Lake, and enters Lincoln County. The route intersects State Route 220 in the southern portion of the county, and then continues north to Lincolnton, the county seat. In Lincolnton, State Route 43 becomes briefly cosigned with State Route 47. The two routes travel a short distance west to meet U.S. Route 378. At the intersection, State Routes 43 and 47 diverge; State Route 43 becomes cosigned with U.S. 378 northeast of the city, and S.R. 47 becomes cosigned with U.S. 378 west of the city. U.S. 378 and S.R. 43 remained cosigned to the South Carolina state line, where State Route 43 meets its northern terminus.

Significance

State Route 43 is a rural route, serving mostly to connect the cities of Lincolnton and Thomson. The route sees an Average Annual Daily Traffic of less than 5,000 vehicles over its entire length.[1]

Banner Routes

State Route 43 Connector

Georgia 43 Connector.svgState Route 41 Connector is a short connector route in Lincolnton.

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