State Route 109 WideningSumner and Wilson Counties
Transportation projects are developed in four phases: Planning and Environmental, Design, Right-of-Way (ROW), and Construction. The following is a reflection of various aspects of the project phases as they have occurred or will occur for the SR 109 proposed improvements.
|Location||Current Status||Forecasted Status*|
|Gallatin Bypass north of Gallatin to SR 52 in Portland (11.5 miles)||Completed||n/a|
|Gallatin Bypass (new alignment) west of Gallatin (6.0 miles)||Completed||n/a|
|north of Cumberland River Bridge to Gallatin Bypass south of Gallatin (1.3 miles)||Under Construction||estimated completion date is August 31, 2019|
|Cumberland River Bridge||Completed||n/a|
|south of Dry Fork Creek to south of Cumberland River Bridge (3.7 miles)||Funded for Construction||estimated letting in late 2017|
|north of SR 24 (US 70) to south of Dry Fork Creek (3.4 miles)||Funded for Construction||funded for FY 2018|
|north of I-40 to south of SR 24 (US 70)||Completed||n/a|
In addition to the completed and proposed widening projects, a new interchange is currently under construction in Sumner and Robertson Counties, which will connect I-65 with a new alignment of SR 109, and a new bypass is under development, which will be constructed to the west of the city of Portland.