The Tennessee Department of Transportation will halt all construction related lane closures on Tennessee roadways beginning at midnight on Thursday, December 23, 2021, through 6:00 a.m. on Monday, January 3, 2022 for the holiday travel period.
HAMILTON COUNTY I-24 interchange improvement at SR-2 (US-11, US-41, US-72, Broad Street) and SR-58 (Market Street): During this reporting period, the contractor will be working on new bridge construction, retaining wall construction, and new ramp construction. Intermittent land closures are possible on Market Street (SR-58) and Broad Street (SR-2) for utility and storm drainage work. Chestnut street is closed at the I-24 underpass and will remain closed until the construction of bridge #2 is complete. Detour routes are posted.
[Wright Brothers Construction Company, Inc./Wagner/CNU011]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-317 (Apison Pike) improvement project from SR-321 (Ooltewah-Ringgold Road) to east of Layton Lane: A portion of Tucker Road from Spalding Drive to 5400 Tucker Road will remain closed through 12/29/21 to allow for grading and utility operations. One lane of Spalding Drive will remain closed through 12/29/21 with the use of a temporary traffic signal.
[Wright Brothers Construction Company, Inc./Osbonlighter/CNT336]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-319 (Amnicola Highway) bridge repair over SR-153: The contractor will be performing bridge repair operations on the Amnicola (SR-319) bridge over SR-153. During this project, SR-319 will have lane closures in place & SR-153 may have lane closures as well. During repair operations at least one lane of traffic will remain open in all directions.
[Mid-State Construction Company, Inc./Osbonlighter/CNV053]
HAMILTON COUNTY The construction of an S.I.A. to VW: The contractor will be grading and installing signals & lighting on S.I.A. route connecting Ferdinand Piech Way & Volkswagen Dr. Also, the connecting roundabout will be under construction. **The roadway is not open to traffic**. The traveling public should be alert to the entrance and exit of construction vehicles from the jobsite onto the connecting roadways. Flaggers may be onsite directing traffic. The traveling public should be cautious when traveling through the new traffic pattern, as well as construction workers on site. Motorists are encouraged to follow the 30-mph speed limit that is posted for the area.
[Talley Construction Company, Inc./Osbonlighter/CNU221]