Tennessee State Route 44

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State Route 44 marker

State Route 44
Route information
Length: 21.4 mi[1] (34.4 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 11E / US 19W / SR 34 in Bluff City
North end: SR 75 near Abingdon, VA
Highway system
  • Tennessee State Routes
SR 43 US-45

State Route 44 (SR 44) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It runs from U.S. Route 11E/U.S. Route 19W/State Route 34 in Bluff City, just south of the split of US 19W and U.S. Route 19E, northeast via Hickory Tree and Holston Valley to the Virginia state line, where it becomes Virginia State Route 75.

Except for the overlap with State Route 34/U.S. Route 421), SR 44 is a secondary state route.[1]

Route description[edit]


Junction list[edit]

The entire route is in Sullivan County.

Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Bluff City 0 0 US 11E / US 19W / SR 34 (Bristol Highway) – Bristol, Piney Flats, Johnson City Southern terminus
US 19E / SR 37 – Elizabethton
SR 390 north (Bluff City Highway) – Blountville, Bristol Motor Speedway Southern terminus of SR-390
  SR 358 north (Weaver Pike) – Bristol Southern terminus of SR-44
Bristol US 421 north / SR 34 west (Mountain City Highway) – Bristol Northern end of US-421/SR-34 concurrency
Cherokee National Forest SR 435 south (Bristol Caverns Highway) – Bristol Caverns, King University Northern terminus of SR-435
US 421 south / SR 34 east (Mountain City Highway) – Shady Valley, Mountain City Southern end of US-421/SR-34 concurrency
  SR 75 (Green Spring Road) – Green Spring, Abingdon Northern terminus of TN-44 and Southern terminus of VA-75
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b General Highway Map, Sullivan County, Tennessee, 2005 PDF (4.85 MiB)