Tue, May 5, 2015


Rutherford, Bedford and Marshall County Road Projects total more than $50,000,000

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Photo of the Broad Street project in Murfreesboro

Recent Tennessee Department of Transportation Projects in Middle Tennessee are costly to taxpayers in our area.

Rutherford County:

Robert Rickman looks at two Rutherford County projects....



Road crews are currently working on the Broad Street overpass. The interchange is at the Broad Street / Memorial Boulevard / Old Fort Parkway intersection. The new bridge and interchange should be complete by the Spring of 2016, according to TDOT.

The cost of the “Single Point Urban Interchange” is $17.6-million. Contractor Bell & Associates Construction, LP is in the midst of the build.

$11+million road widening project / bridge project along County Farm Road, which is now Joe B. Jackson Parkway.  Robert Rickman, WGNS news.

Bedford County:

A grading, drainage and paving project is being prepared on U-S 231 / State Route 10 in Shelbyville. The project should be complete by the fall of 2015. Civil Constructors, LLC are in charge of the build that cost $6.4 million.

The construction of an I-Beam bridge is also outlined by the TDOT in Bedford County. Highways, Inc. is in charge of the $19.3 million contract.

Marshall County:  

In Marshall County, a grading project is underway and the remainder of that will cost $374,985.


The total ads up to over $54-million. 

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