Public Meetings On I-65 Congestion To Be Held This Month

Tennessee Star


Tired of getting stuck in traffic on I-65?

The Tennessee Department of Transportation wants to hear about your problems.

Last year, the department launched a study to determine the biggest problem areas along the I-65 corridor stretching 120 miles from Alabama to Kentucky.

After collecting data and feedback, the department will develop a list of project ideas and costs to make improvements. The study is expected to be completed this summer.

There are three public meetings this month at which the public can offer input:

June 12, 2017
5:30-7:00 p.m.
Delmas Long Community Center – Meeting Room 2
200 Memorial Drive
Goodlettsville, TN  37072

June 20, 2017
5:30-7:00 p.m.
Brentwood Library – Meeting Room A
8109 Concord Road
Brentwood, TN  37027

June 22, 2017
5:30-7:00 p.m.
Spring Hill City Hall – Courtroom
199 Town Center Pkwy.
Spring Hill, TN  37174

For more information on the I-65 Multimodal Corridor Study, visit

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2 Thoughts to “Public Meetings On I-65 Congestion To Be Held This Month”

  1. Bob

    There is no solution to the I-65 traffic. Those in Nashville who promote and take glory for its rapid growth only need to look to Houston, Atlanta, etc. to see the future. And so-called rapid transit has proven to be no solution. Growth at all cost is not a pretty picture. And I am unimpressed with those in control who cling to the idea that they can provide a solution for a problem that cannot be solved. They give us HOV lanes as a symbol of progress when HOV lanes have been shown over and over to reduce that actual number of people moved during a given period of time. The next great idea will be toll roads.

  2. Cannoneer2

    Yes. The ONLY stretch of road that TDOT gives a **** about. Y’know… we have traffic problems in other areas too!