Monday, May 3, 2010

Major roads closed in Midstate

Tennessean May 3, 2010 The following roads are closed according to The Tennessee Department of Transportation: Interstate 24 both directions in Davidson County - Between Cheatham and Davidson County (Mile Marker: 32.0) and Davidson-Rutherford County Line (Mile Marker: 63.2), flooded road conditions were reported, travel not recommended on this roadway. Interstate 24 eastbound in Davidson County - Between Exit 48: James Robertson Pkwy/State Capitol (Mile Marker: 46.1) and MILE MARKER 49, flooded road conditions were reported. Interstate 24 both directions in Davidson County - Between Exit 54: SR-155 /Briley Parkway. (Mile Marker: 53.6) and Exit 60: Hickory Hollow Parkway (Mile Marker: 60.2), flooded road conditions were reported. Interstate 40 both directions in Davidson County - Between Cheatham-Davidson county line (Mile Marker: 191.5) and Davidson County line (Mile Marker: 222.6), flooded road conditions were reported. Interstate 40 eastbound in Davidson County - Between exit 207: Jefferson St. (Mile Marker: 206.7) and Exit 208: I-65. Interstate 40 westbound in Davidson County - Incident at exit 199: SR-251 / Old Hickory Blvd. Westbound traffic is affected with all lanes blocked. Eastbound traffic is affected with all lanes blocked. Both directions of traffic are being diverted to alternate routes. Incident at Interstate 40 westbound in Davidson County at exit 204: SR-155 / Briley Pkwy. / White Bridge Rd. Westbound traffic is affected with all lanes blocked. Nashville-area road closures First Ave. at Riverfront 10th Circle North at Rosa L. Parks New Hope Overpass Dodson Chapel Mill Creek Rd. Philfree Ct. Interstate 24 East at Shelby Sawyer Brown at Todd Priest Bay Cove Trail at Morton Mill 70 south at Interstate 40 Beech Bend Dr. at Footpath Ter. McCrory between Poplar Creek and I-40 Hwy. 100 between Ensworth and Temple Harrison and Rosa L. Parks Lebanon Pike and Central Pike OHB between I-24 and Dickerson Pike Buena Vista Pike Old Harding Pike between Sawyer brown and Poplar Creek

1 comment:

Jeni said...

The flood of Nashville is the result of the weather system that fell into the Kentucky Derby and yesterday. However, the area affected as much as it did in the city of Music Nashville Road Closures: http://usspost.com/road-closures-9169/