Road work

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With last week's string of road closures related to inauguration festivities behind us, expect traffic to flow more smoothly this weekend and going into next week.

The roadways will be mostly free of lane closures during daytime hours through next Wednesday. The exception? Ongoing road work along I-440 leading up to median removal and concrete rubblization in February.

See the map below to find closures that might affect your daily commute.

Road Closures

Bernard Ave. near 15th Ave. S 

A new road is being installed through Feb. 22.

Kensington Place from 24th Ave. S to 25th Ave. S

Underground piping work resulting in closures through March 3. 

Grundy Street from 11th Ave. N to 12th Ave. N

Duct bank installation resulting in closures through Feb. 11.

Lane Closures

Interstate-65 Survey Work

Saturday, Jan. 26, 7 a.m.-10 a.m. There will be periodic inside shoulder and inside lane closures on I-65 in both directions between mile marker 95-96 for survey work to locate storm sewer inverts along the median barrier wall.  Sunday will be the alternate date if weather prohibits work on Saturday.

Interstate-440 Reconstruction

From now through January 2019. There will be a shoulder and auxiliary lane closure on I-440 eastbound between the Woodlawn and Sharondale overpasses for noise wall construction.

From now through February 2019. There will be a shoulder and auxiliary lane closure on I-440 eastbound between the Granny White Pike to Craig Street for noise wall construction.

Interstate-24 interchange improvements at Hickory Hollow Parkway 

Nightly, 8 p.m.-5 a.m. There will be alternating lane and ramp closures on I-24 in both directions from MM 60-63 for bridge demo work.

Hillwood Boulevard bridge in Belle Meade

Through July 2019. Hillwood Boulevard will be closed from Harding Pike to Post Road for bridge replacement. A signed detour will be in place.

TDOT will route drivers to Davidson Road and White Bridge Road, both of which connect to Post Road and Harding Pike and provide access to Hillwood Boulevard. See the detour map here.


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