Albert Gallatin Road Extension

Work is progressing well - despite the rain!  The next big activity that will impact traffic patterns will be work on the new bridge over the CSX railroad. We don’t have an exact week that this work might start, but it will mean shifts in traffic. If you have any questions, please contact Rosemary Bates at rosemary.bates@gallatintn.gov or 615-230-7953.

AlbertGalRd042420 State Route 109 intersection
AlbertGalRd042420 Blythe Street intersection
AlbertGalRd042420 steel beams of new bridge over creek
AlbertGalRd042420 From SR 109 toward Blythe Ave
AlbertGalRd042420 From Blythe to SR 109

The aerial pictures from late April, 2020, show construction of the Albert Gallatin/Hatten Track Extension from SR 109 to Blythe Avenue. Much of the construction is across undeveloped land, so it is difficult to see progress from the ground. Smith Seckman Reed is taking aerial shots every few months to show the progress.

The $36-million Albert Gallatin Avenue extension that will create a northern loop around the city. The low bid contractor hired by the City is Jones Brothers of Mt. Juliet. While this project is funded with a grant through the Tennessee Department of Transportation, the project is being managed by the City of Gallatin.