Natchez-Vidalia Bridge over Mississippi River

The Natchez–Vidalia Bridge are two twin cantilever bridges carrying U.S. Route 84, and 425 across the Mississippi River between Vidalia, Louisiana and Natchez, Mississippi.

- Natchez–Vidalia Bridge

The city of Natchez, Mississippi, lies on the opposite bank of the river, connected by the Natchez–Vidalia Bridge, carrying U.S. Routes 65, 84, and 425.

- Vidalia, Louisiana

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Western terminus at US 160 in Pagosa Springs, CO

U.S. Route 84

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East–west U.S. Highway that started as a short Georgia–Alabama route in the original 1926 scheme.

East–west U.S. Highway that started as a short Georgia–Alabama route in the original 1926 scheme.

Western terminus at US 160 in Pagosa Springs, CO
BNSF freight train running parallel to US 84 while crossing the Llano Estacado
US 84 is known in Lubbock as Avenue Q, a major downtown thoroughfare.
US 84 sign north of Snyder
Abandoned section of US 84 east of Jena
End US Route 84/Georgia State Route 38 sign at Interstate 95 east of Midway, Georgia.

It then heads southeast through Vidalia where it crosses the Mississippi River into Natchez, Mississippi.

The four-laned Natchez–Vidalia Bridge, crossing the Mississippi River, carries US 84 into Natchez.