Interstate 440 (Tennessee)
|Maintained by TDOT|
|Length:||7.64 mi (12.30 km)|
|Existed:||1987 – present|
|West end:||I-40 in Nashville|
|I-65 in Nashville|
|East end:||I-24 / I-40 in Nashville|
Interstate 440 (abbreviated I-440 and known locally as the Four-Forty Parkway) in Tennessee is a 7.64-mile-long (12.30 km) loop which connects I-24, I-40, and I-65, while bypassing downtown Nashville to the south.
West of downtown Nashville, I-440 heads south from I-40 and goes on to meet U.S. Route 70S before turning due east. I-440 then intersects U.S. Route 431 and later, I-65 south of downtown Nashville. I-440 then turns northeast and meets with U.S. Route 31A/U.S. Route 41A before terminating at I–24, west of the Nashville International Airport.
The section between I-24 and I-65 was completed in 1986, and the section between I-65 and I-40 was completed in 1987. It was the most expensive road, per mile, built in Tennessee at the time. The interstate is one of the most congested rush-hour highways in the state, with three lanes in each direction, a speed limit set at 55 mph, and an AADT of 106,219.
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|—||I-40 – Memphis, Nashville||Western terminus; I-40 exit 206|
|1||Murphy Road||Eastbound exit and westbound entrance|
|1A||US 70S (West End Avenue)||Signed as exit 1 westbound|
|3||US 431 (21st Avenue South, Hillsboro Pike)|
|5||I-65 – Nashville, Huntsville||One of two four-level stack interchange in Tennessee; I-65 exit 80|
|6||US 31A / US 41A (Nolensville Pike)|
|—||I-24 / I-40 – Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga||Connection to Nashville International Airport; eastern terminus; I-24 exit 53; I-40 exit 213A|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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