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That intersection is being improved with widening, sidewalks, and a new mast-arm traffic signal.
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Construction runs from the intersection of N. Water/Dobbins Pike/Albert Gallatin Avenue; across the RR tracks; down the side of the Sumner County Highway Department; across vacant land; to SR 109 where an elevated interchange is being built.
Construction will last until the end of 2021.
$31,742,289.00 for construction.
If you have an emergency, call the police or fire department. If you have a non-emergency question, please contact Rosemary Bates at 615-946-0822 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The City has been planning this road for nearly 14 years. Initially, the city planned to incur all the costs. The city was given an opportunity to apply for a grant through the Tennessee Department of Transportation, which it received, that is paying for 80% of the costs. The City’s share for construction is approximately $6.2 million. This road is the city’s northern bypass around Gallatin designed to relieve traffic through downtown on Hwy 31/Broadway/Nashville Pike.
Blue flags mark current water lines. Yellow flags mark current gas lines. Most of the white stakes mark the edges of the construction easement.
That will become a three-way intersection with a mast-arm traffic signal.