Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT)
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) reports that in Montgomery County on SR 149 and SR 13 there will be Grading, Drainage, and Construction of Bridge work, as well as Retaining Wall work and Paving from River Road to Zinc Plant Road daily, from 9:00am-3:00pm.
There will be periodic flagging operations along SR 13 and SR 149 for clearing and grade work operations. Starting now through summer 2019, Mayhew Road under the McClure Bridge will be closed.
Cheatham County-Robertson County-Davidson County
Nightly, from 8:00pm until 6:00am, there will be lane closures for pavement marking operations on I-24 in both directions from MM24-MM37.
I-24 Interchange Improvements at Hickory Hollow Parkway (MM 62)
Nightly, from 8:00pm until 5:00am, there will be alternating lane closures on I-24 in both directions from MM 62-63 for installation of barrier rail and traffic control devices. At least 2 lanes will remain open.
Dickson County – Williamson County
Construction On I-40 Eastbound Near (M.M. 180) For A Truck Climbing Lane
Nightly, from 8:00pm until 5:00am, there will be a temporary lane closure on I-40 eastbound between MM 180 and 183 for final striping.
Tennessee Department of Transportation
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.