A total of 64 road projects are on the drawing board for the City of Murfreesboro over the next 40 years.
Contractors for the Tennessee Department of Transportation plan to connect the massive beams over the roadway, which means the road will be completely shut down this coming Friday evening through Monday morning...
Construction at the intersection of Broad Street and State Route 96 (Memorial Boulevard/Old Fort Parkway) began in January of 2014 and will continue until the close of 2017.
Veterans Parkway in Murfreesboro will be the next area to see lots of growth in the near future.
Here's a feed of the LIVE weather conditions across Murfreesboro.
Senate Transportation and Safety Committee Chairman Jim Tracy, (R-Shelbyville) today released a schedule for meetings across the state to discuss Tennessee's roads and transportation needs.
Road construction won't slow motorists down as they travel Tennessee's highways this Memorial Day weekend.
The 4.3 mile widening project from SR-1 (US 70S, NW Broad St.) to SR-10 (US 231, Memorial Boulevard) will widen the existing 2-lane road to 5 lanes.
The City of Murfreesboro is stocked and ready to clear streets of ice and snow this winter season.
In addition to Cherry Lane being extended, Thompson Lane will be widened between Memorial Blvd. and North West Broad Street.
City officials will gather to dedicate a section of Community Circle in the Kimbro Woods subdivision in honor of the late Jerry Anderson who died while saving the lives of two drowning children in the Stones River in 1989.
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