Tennessee Road Map
Spring Blossoms on Fruit Trees Line a Road in Nashville, Tennessee
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Tennessee Interstate Highways
Tennessee's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between Tennessee and its neighboring states. I-24 crosses central Tennessee from southeast to northwest. I-26 crosses eastern Tennessee from north to south, providing access to Kingsport and Johnson City from I-81. I-40 spans the state from east to west, while I-65 traverses central Tennessee from north to south. All three of these Interstates pass through Nashville. I-75 crosses eastern Tennessee from north to south, passing through Knoxville and Chattanooga. East of Knoxville, I-81 splits off I-40 toward Virginia.
Tennessee's auxiliary Interstate Highways serve the cities of Knoxville, Memphis, and Nashville. I-275 provides access to central Knoxville from I-40 and I-75, while I-640 loops around the north side of Knoxville. I-140 provides access to Knoxville's southern suburbs from I-40. I-240 loops around the southern side of Memphis. I-440 loops around the south of Nashville, linking I-40 to the west with I-24 to the east.
Tennessee Scenic Routes
The eastern border of Tennessee offers a 400-mile road trip from Ocoee to Mountain City with spectacular views of the Great Smoky Mountains. Travelers can raft or canoe on the Hiwassee River (running parallel to Route 30) or go for a hike along its banks. The U.S. Route 441 Scenic Parkway provides access to Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in eastern Tennessee. Visitors to Great Smoky Mountains National Park can see Cades Cove, an old community first settled in 1818. The drive also passes through Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park, and the Cherokee National Forest. More information about scenic roads in Tennessee is available on this America's Byways: Tennessee page.
Tennessee Road Travel Resources
For more information about Tennessee's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the Tennessee Department of Transportation website. For Tennessee road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's Tennessee Traffic Information page.
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