The Tennessee Department of Transportation has an impact either directly or indirectly in the lives of all Tennesseans. Whether we are constructing or maintaining our highway system, inspecting airports or rail lines, or addressing congestion through the new TDOT SmartWay system, we know there is an interest in our responsibilities, our decisions and our activities. Therefore, we have created this Speakers Bureau to respond to requests from organizations wanting to learn more about the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
A by-product of sharing information with the public is a deeper understanding of how we keep Tennesseans moving.
How to Request a Speaker:
Requests for speakers must be made at least one month in advance. Information listed on the online Speaker Request Form must accompany all requests whether by phone, mail or email.
|Call:||615.741.7736, TDOT Community Relations Division, Communications Office|
|Write:||TDOT Community Relations Division
James K. Polk Building, Suite 700
505 Deaderick Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37243
| For faster response, complete the appropriate online Speaker Request Form.
For a general speaker request, use form at bottom left: TDOT Speaker Request. For a speaker to address a specific construction project/activity, use form at bottom right.
|Region 3 Community Relations Officer Deanna Lambert visits children at Smyrna Middle School to explain how TDOT builds roads. Many students in the ESL class are from Iraq, Burma and other countries where they still travel on dirt roads.|