Category:Georgia State Route 515
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English: State Route 515 (SR 515) is a four-lane highway that begins at the northern terminus of I-575 at the Cherokee–Pickens county line in northern Georgia. The route was built to give motorists in the north Georgia mountains better access to Atlanta and its outlying suburbs, as opposed to the old ST 5 and U.S. Route 76 (US 76) routes, which this project replaced. SR 515 is also known as the Zell Miller Mountain Parkway, in honor of the Young Harris native turned Georgia governor and U.S. senator. It is one of the Georgia Department of Transportation's GRIP corridors. The highway is known for its fantastic mountain views all along its route.