Tennessee State Route 254

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State Route 254 marker

State Route 254

Old Hickory Boulevard

Bell Road
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Major junctions
west end: SR 100
 

US 431 (Hillsboro Road)
US 31 (Franklin Pike)
I-65
US 31A / US 41A (Nolensville Pike)

I-24
east end: US 41 / US 70S (Murfreesboro Pike)
Location
Counties: Davidson
Highway system
  • Tennessee State Routes
SR 253 SR 255

State Route 254 is a west–east route in Davidson County, Tennessee.

Route description[edit]

From its beginning at SR-100, State Route 254 forms part of Old Hickory Boulevard. It passes between Percy Warner Park and Edwin Warner Park to enter Forest Hills. This is a predominantly residential area. After it intersects Granny White Pike, Old Hickory Boulevard goes north of Brentwood and then crosses I-65 at exit 74. It continues through more residential area until the intersection with US-31A/US-41A (Nolensville Pike). Just east of this intersection, State Route 254 leaves Old Hickory Boulevard and becomes Bell Road, whence it continues as Bell Road past I-24 exit 59 to US-41/US-70S (Murfreesboro Pike). From that intersection, Bell Road continues on without a designation.[1]

Names[edit]

  • Old Hickory Boulevard - from SR-100 to Old Hickory Boulevard/Benzing Road/Bell Road.
  • Bell Road - from Old Hickory Boulevard to Murfreesboro Pike.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DeLorme. Tennessee Atlas & Gazetteer (Map) (2004 ed.).