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Old 05-11-2010, 10:54 PM   #1
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Travel through Nashville flooding

In the past few days, has anyone been on the northbound interstate going to and through the Nashville area? If so, are the roads in good shape and passable? Specifically, how are I75 and I24 northbound in that area.

We want to travel north through Nashville in 2 days and in light of the recent flooding, should I plan on a different routing or are the roads in good shape?

What are your thoughts?

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Old 05-11-2010, 11:01 PM   #2
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I was planning on doing the same today, but the trip was cancelled. Last night I went to the TN DOT to check road conditions, there were no alerts for the interstates. There were a few rock slides on secondary roads listed. I would suggest you check TN DOT site if no one can give you first hand knowledge of this.
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I live in west TN and I went to that site a couple of days ago to check on some local roads and it didnt have anything listed but I found out the roads were still closed I wouldnt rely on that site
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It seems I will be heading through Nashville on this coming Monday. Does anyone know if I-40 is open due to flooding. I have no need for secondary streets at this time.
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I-40 is open as is I-24 and I-65. I would avoid the Briely Parkway.
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Old 05-15-2010, 10:43 AM   #6
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Not many issues from flooding on the major arteries in Middle TN now. Only problem is in back roads where debris has not been picked up yet.

Was at the Opry area Tuesday, no problem getting around. The KOA on Music Valley Drive had been flooded and still had several RV's sitting around with obvious flood damage. Fortunately, our MH was at the dealership which suffered no problems.

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Thank you for the update, I have another option for travel but prefer not to take the route through WVA. The less mountians I have to travel with the MH the better.
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