Tennessee State Route 340

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State Route 340 marker

State Route 340
Route information
Length: 25.9 mi (41.7 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 25 / US 70 / SR 9 near Del Rio
  I-81 near Morristown
North end: SR 113 near Morristown
Location
Counties: Cocke, Greene, Hamblen
Highway system
  • Tennessee State Routes

State Route 340 (SR-340) is a state highway in the eastern portion of the U.S. state of Tennessee. It travels south-to-north through portions of Cocke, Greene and Hamblen counties.

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Road concurrencies and mileage[edit]

Road Name To/From Mileage
Highway 340 South From US-25/US-70 near Del Rio to Old Parrottsville Highway in Parrottsville. 5.6
Old Parrottsville Highway / Old Highway 321 From Highway 340 South to Old Parrottsville Highway 0.3
Highway 340 North From Old Parrottsville Highway to Greene/Cocke County line 6.5
Bewleys Chapel Road From Greene/Cocke County line to SR-349 3.1
Warrensburg Road From SR-349 to Warrensburg at Fish Hatchery Road, Mason Lodge Road and South Mohawk Road 1.4
Fish Hatchery Road From Warrensburg to SR-113 9.0

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Cocke   0 0 US 25 / US 70 / SR 9 – Newport, Hot Springs Southern terminus
Parrottsville US 321 / SR 35 (Greeneville Highway) – Newport, Greeneville
Greene   SR 349 east (Warrensburg Road) – Greeneville Western terminus of SR-349
  SR 348 east (McDonald Road) – McDonald, Midway, Mosheim Western terminus of SR-348
Hamblen   I-81 – Knoxville, Bristol
  25.9 41.7 SR 113 (Silver City Road / Fish Hatchery Road) – White Pine, Whitesburg Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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