Ram's Road Warnings

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(MURFREESBORO) A rollercoaster from winter to spring, and this creates traffic challenges around area construction sites. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns motorists of areas to avoid between today and March 23rd.

City Construction Projects

Middle Tennessee Widening Project (Greenland Dr to E. Main St)

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Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday: Median construction, traffic signal and landscaping work continues between E Main St and Greenland Dr. E Lytle St is still closed at Middle Tennessee Blvd. The section of E Lytle St between N Bilbro Ave and Middle Tennessee Blvd is only open to local traffic. Appropriate traffic controls are in place.

W Lytle Street Roadway Improvement Project (Baker St to Church St)

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Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday: W Lytle St is re-opened to traffic. Incidental construction work continues along W Lytle St. Appropriate traffic controls are in place.

New Traffic Signal Installation Work (Medical Center Pkwy at Livy Dearing Pl)

Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm: As part of private development, a new traffic signal will be installed on Medical Center Pkwy at Livy Dearing Pl just west of Thompson Ln. There will be lane closures and minor traffic interruptions. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

Private Development (Circle K) Turn Lane Improvement Work (John Bragg Hwy just east of Rutherford Blvd)

Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm: As part of private development, turn lane and median modifications will be done on John Bragg Hwy just east of Rutherford Blvd. There will be lane closures and minor traffic interruptions. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

Private Development (Starbucks) Driveway Improvement Work (Cason Ln and River Rock Blvd)

Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 3:00 pm: As part of private development, driveway and curb & gutter work will be done along River Rock Blvd and Cason Ln. There will be short lane closures and minor traffic interruptions. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

Right Turn Lane Improvement Work (Rutherford Blvd at Mercury Blvd)

Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 3:00 pm: City contractor will be making right turn lane improvements on Rutherford Blvd (southbound) at Mercury Blvd. There will be minor lane closures and traffic interruptions. Northbound traffic will not be affected. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

Sewer Rehabilitation Work Incidental Paving (SE Broad St between Church St and Ash St)

Expected Lane Closures: Tuesday through Friday, 8:00 pm to 5:00 am: City contractor Water Resource Department will be performing sewer rehabilitation work along SE Broad St between Church St and Ash St. There will be lane closures and traffic interruptions. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

Annual City Street Paving Projects

Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM: City paving contractor will be adjusting manholes, pull boxes paving and striping on the following streets:

  1. Medical Center Pkwy between Memorial Blvd and NW Broad St (Night time work, 8:00 pm to 5:00 am)
  2. NW Broad St at Thompson Ln (Southbound left turn lane on NW Broad St)
  3. John R Rice Blvd at Old Fort Pkwy (Southbound turn lanes on John R Rice Blvd)
  4. Sulphur Springs Rd at Clay Mills Dr
  5. Brinkley Ave between W College St and NW Broad St
  6. Hamilton Dr between Clark and NW Broad St

Expect lane shifts and traffic interruptions. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

TDOT Resurfacing Projects

RUTHERFORD COUNTY, SR 99 (New Salem Hwy) resurfacing from Cason Lane to I-24

  • Daily, 9AM-4PM, There will be alternating lane closures between the intersection of Barfield Drive and SR99 for the placement of bridge beams over West Fork Stones River. Appropriate traffic controls will be in-place.

Source: TDOT

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