Tennessee State Route 386

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State Route 386 marker

State Route 386

Vietnam Veterans Boulevard
Long Hollow Pike

Red River Road
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 17.3 mi (27.8 km)
Major junctions
South end: I-65 in Nashville, TN

US 31E in Hendersonville, TN
SR 258 in Hendersonville, TN
SR 174 in Gallatin, TN
SR 109 in Gallatin, TN
SR 25 in Gallatin, TN

US 31E in Gallatin, TN
North end: US 31E / SR 25 / SR 174 in Gallatin, TN
Counties: Davidson, Sumner
Highway system
  • Tennessee State Routes
SR 385 SR 387

State Route 386 is a 4-lane controlled access freeway located in the counties of Davidson and Sumner in Tennessee. It is known as Vietnam Veterans Boulevard. It serves as a bypass for US 31E from Nashville to Hendersonville and Gallatin. There is no direct access from the southbound lanes of TN-386 to I-65 NB; signage at the Conference Drive exit provides a route to access I-65 NB.

It carries a 70 MPH speed limit in Davidson County, and 65 MPH speed limit in Sumner County. The route terminated at exit 9 until 2007, when it was extended to Gallatin.

Exit list[edit]

Exit # Destinations Notes
I-65 – Nashville, Louisville no direct entry to I-65 North going southbound, and southern terminus is only accessible from I-65 North
1 Conference Drive split into two ramps going southbound
2 Center Point Road
3 US 31E – Hendersonville
6 SR 258 (New Shackle Island Road) – White House, Hendersonville
7 Indian Lake Boulevard, Drakes Creek Road
8 Saundersville Road
9 US 31E – Gallatin only accessible going northbound
12 Big Station Camp Boulevard
14 Green Lea Boulevard
SR 174 (Long Hollow Pike) – Goodlettsville at grade intersection with traffic signal (concurrent for 2.3 miles to northern terminus, end of divided highway)
SR 109 – Portland, Gallatin, Lebanon at grade intersection with traffic signal (with a diamond interchange)
SR 25 – Springfield merging intersection (concurrent for 0.3 miles to northern terminus)
US 31E / SR 25 / SR 174