Great Tennessee Air Show Road Closures June 12-15

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Expect traffic delays and road closures in the Smyrna area during the upcoming Great Tennessee Air Show June 12th through 15th. We have that information on for you so you can plan your trip accordingly. Sam Ridley Parkway detour information is available there. It's a road you'll want to avoid since there will be closures at times. Some of the trails, like around the Smyrna Golf Course, will also be closed.

Sam Ridley Parkway Eastbound Traffic.
Detour at Sam Ridley Parkway (SR266) and North Lowry (Hwy 41/70s).
Detour to Southbound Old Nashville Highway or Lowry Street (Hwy 41/70s) Southbound to Nissan Drive (SR102) then Northbound back to Sam Ridley
Parkway/Jefferson Pike (SR266).

Sam Ridley Parkway Westbound Traffic.
Detour at Sam Ridley Parkway (SR266) and G Street.
Detour from Sam Ridley Parkway/Jefferson Pike (SR266) to Southbound Nissan Drive (SR102) then Northbound Lowry Street (Hwy 41/70s) or Northbound Old
Nashville Highway, back to Sam Ridley Parkway (SR266).

Road and Trail Closures:
Thursday, June 12 – 11:30 am to 5pm.
Friday, June 13 - 2:30pm to 5 pm.
Saturday, June 14 - 2:30pm to 5 pm.
Sunday, Father’s Day, June 15 - 2:30pm to 5 pm.

Sam Ridley Parkway will be closed from North Lowry Street to G Street.
All Sam Ridley Eastbound traffic will be directed to Lowry Street (41/70s).
All Sam Ridley Westbound traffic will be directed to Nissan Drive to Lowry Street (41/70s).

Threet will be closed from Sam Ridley Parkway to Doug Warpoole Dr.
Fitzhugh Drive closed from Sam Ridley Pkwy to 9th Avenue.
Swan Drive closed from Fitzhugh Drive to D Street.

The Lee Victory Park, Smyrna Golf Course, and all the trails in that area will also be closed at least 1 hour prior and remain closed until the roads are opened.

This includes the following:
Seward Airbase Trailhead, TN Rehab Center Trailhead, Town Center Trailhead, Old Jefferson Pike Trailhead.


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