CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – The Tennessee Department of Transportation will conduct daytime lane closures next week to repair potholes on Interstate 24 westbound between Nashville and Clarksville.
Alternating lane closures will begin each day around 9 am and will last until about 3 pm, according to a TDOT news release. At least one lane will remain open at all times.
“Each repaving job is dependent on good weather and the operation of asphalt plants, which normally don’t open during winter months,” TDOT said.
Interstate 24 projects:
- Beginning Monday, March 14, Jones Bros. Inc. will conduct emergency paving work on I-24 West between Joelton and Pleasant View at SR 249 (from mile marker 30.8-31.3).
- Beginning Tuesday, March 15, I-24 West will be milled and paved by Jones Bros. from mile marker 26-28, south of Pleasant View.
Davidson County: TDOT maintenance crews will continue milling and paving I-40 East at Charlotte Pike. Work is expected to wrap up in the next few days but could be delayed by weather.
Davidson County: A one-day lane closure will also take place on Tuesday, March 15, on SR 24/Lebanon Pike from Fairway Dr. to McGavock Pike for milling and paving.
Robertson County: Rogers Group, Inc. will continue repaving I-65 in Robertson County from mile marker 103.7 to mile marker 111 (Bethel Rd.). Crews will be milling and paving in the southbound lanes and striping in the northbound lanes.
Wilson County: Vulcan Materials Company will also be paving I-40 in both directions from mile marker 236 – 245 (S. Hartmann Dr. to Bobo Rd.) They’ll be focusing on the ramps at each interchange.
Motorists can alert TDOT to potholes using this form: https://www.tn.gov/tdot/maintenance/maintenance-request.html. From your desktop or mobile device, get the latest construction activity and live streaming SmartWay traffic cameras at www.TNSmartWay.com/Traffic. Travelers can also dial 511 for travel information.