Montgomery County, TN – Tennessee Department of Transportation says starting Monday, June 18th through Wednesday June 20th, from 9:00am to 3:00pm, there will be one lane periodically closed on I-24 in both directions in Robertson County and Montgomery County to move equipment between mile marker 18 and mile marker 12 in order to trim vegetation overhanging the roadway.
One Lane will remain open.
Tennessee Department of Transportation Maintenance
From June 18th through Wednesday June 20th, 9:00am to 3:00pm, there will be possible lane closures at various locations on State Routes and Interstates in Middle Tennessee for TDOT to patch potholes on an as needed basis.
I-24 Cheatham, Davidson, Montgomery and Robertson Counties
I-65 Davidson, Robertson, Williamson Counties
I-40 Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Hickman, Humphreys Counties
Starting Monday June 18th through Wednesday June 20th, 8:00pm to 6:00am, there will be alternating lane closures in both directions on I-40 in order to mill and pave. Resurfacing will take place from Dickson County Line to Williamson County Line and Cheatham County Line to Davidson County Line.
Tennessee Department of Transportion
Motorists are encouraged to use caution and obey reduced speed limits in all TDOT work zones, regardless of lane closure activity. Information in this report is provided to the Department of Transportation by the contractors.
Most work is weather dependent and subject to change due to inclement weather. For more information on this or any other TDOT road construction project or to view travel conditions in this area visit the TDOT SmartWay Information System web site ( http://www.tn.gov/tdot/tdotsmartway/ ). People can also dial 511 from any land-line or cellular phone to access up to date traffic conditions, or visit www.TN511.com ( http://www.tn511.com/ ).
TDOT is also now on Twitter. For up to date traffic tweets for the Nashville area follow Nashville511 ( http://twitter.com/nashville511 ) on Twitter. For statewide traffic tweets just follow TN511 ( http://twitter.com/TN511 ).
Motorists are reminded to use all motorist information tools responsibly. Drivers should refrain from texting, tweeting or using a mobile phone while operating a vehicle. TDOT advises drivers to “Know before you go!” by checking traffic conditions before leaving for your destination.