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I-40/I-81 Corridor Feasibility Study-From Bristol to Memphis, TN

Public Involvement

A Stakeholder and Public Involvement Plan has been developed to guide the outreach and coordination efforts for this project.

  • View the latest version of the project’s Stakeholder and Public Involvement Plan

Opportunities for stakeholder involvement in this project are:

  • Initial stakeholder interviews (April-June 2007), to establish a collaborative framework for the development of feasible solutions for I-40/I-81 corridor, and assist in ensuring that corridor deficiencies have been properly identified.
  • Second round of regional public meetings (March & April 2008), to present the recommended results that have been identified to improve operations and safety along the I-40/I-81 corridor.  Click here for schedule and location of meetings.
  • Click here for PowerPoint slide show presented at the Memphis regional public meeting on March 31, 2008. (PDF 1.89 MB)
  • Click here for the PowerPoint slide show presented at the Jackson regional public meeting on April 1, 2008. (PDF 631 KB)
  • Click here for the PowerPoint slide show presented at the Nashville regional public meeting on April 3, 2008. (PDF 2.01 MB)
  • Click here for the PowerPoint slide show presented at the Knoxville regional public meeting on April 7, 2008. (PDF 890 KB)
  • Click here for the PowerPoint slide show presented at the Kingsport regional public meeting on April 8, 2008. (PDF 712 KB)
  • Click here for the PowerPoint slide show presented at the Cookeville regional public meeting on April 10, 2008. (PDF 451 KB)

Click here for Summary of Issues & Deficiencies from Initial Stakeholder Interviews

TDOT is accepting comments on Technical Memorandum #4, the draft final report, through November 30, 2008. Email your comments to TDOT.Comments@tn.gov or Ralph.Comer@tn.gov.

Send comments to:
Public Information Meeting Comments
Tennessee Department of Transportation
505 Deaderick Street, Suite 700
Nashville. TN 37243-0349

See below to view the Task 4 Technical Memorandum: