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PROJECT DATA SUMMARY SHEET: INTERSTATE 69, Section 8

From Millington to Dyersburg, Tennessee in Shelby, Tipton, Lauderdale, and Dyer Counties.

GENERAL PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The proposed project begins at State Route 385 (Paul Barrett Parkway) in Shelby County and extends north to the I-155/US-412/US-51 interchange in Dyer County.  The project has two main alternative corridors.  Corridor R (Red) extends from the State Route 385 (Paul Barrett Parkway) to the west of Millington, Covington, Ripley and Dyersburg  and west of US 51 (SR 3) to I-155 in Dyersburg.  Corridor G (Green) extends to the east of US 51 (SR 3) from State Route 385 (Paul Barrett Parkway) to the I-155/US-412/US-51 interchange in Dyersburg.  Variations of these corridors with crossovers are being studied. 

The proposed project will be built to interstate design standards and will consist of a four-lane divided, access controlled facility with interchanges at major crossroads.  This proposed project is approximately 65 miles in length.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT

Environmental issues have been evaluated in an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). To review draft EIS now, click here (PDF 42.4 MB).

Issues evaluated in the EIS include Land Use, Air Quality, Noise Evaluation, Hydrological Impacts, Ecological Impacts, Cultural Impacts, Farmland Impacts, and Hazardous Materials.

SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT

Environmental issues have been evaluated in a Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS) for the proposed crossover alternative in Lauderdale County.To review this Supplemental Draft EIS now, click here (PDF 21.6 MB).

Issues evaluated in the EIS include Land Use, Air Quality, Noise Evaluation, Hydrological Impacts, Ecological Impacts, Cultural Impacts, Farmland Impacts, and Hazardous Materials.

If you would like to comment on this project email:  TDOT.Comments@tn.gov