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The City has been planning this road for nearly 14 years. Initially, the city planned to incur all the costs. The city was given an opportunity to apply for a grant through the Tennessee Department of Transportation, which it received, that is paying for 80% of the costs. The City’s share for construction is approximately $6.2 million. This road is the city’s northern bypass around Gallatin designed to relieve traffic through downtown on Hwy 31/Broadway/Nashville Pike.
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Construction runs from the intersection of N. Water/Dobbins Pike/Albert Gallatin Avenue; across the RR tracks; down the side of the Sumner County Highway Department; across vacant land; to SR 109 where an elevated interchange is being built.
Construction will last until the end of 2021.
$31,742,289.00 for construction.
If you have an emergency, call the police or fire department. If you have a non-emergency question, please contact Rosemary Bates at 615-946-0822 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue flags mark current water lines. Yellow flags mark current gas lines. Most of the white stakes mark the edges of the construction easement.
That intersection is being improved with widening, sidewalks, and a new mast-arm traffic signal.
That will become a three-way intersection with a mast-arm traffic signal.