Tennessee State Route 168
|Governor John Sevier Highway|
|Maintained by TDOT|
|Length:||18.1 mi (29.1 km)|
|West end:||US 129 / SR 115|
|East end:||US 11 / US 11E / US 11W / US 70 / SR 1 in Knoxville|
State Route 168 (SR 168, known as Governor John Sevier Highway) is a state highway in Knox County, Tennessee, that is 18.1 miles long. Its western terminus is with US Route 129/State Route 115 (Alcoa Highway), and its eastern terminus is with US 11/US 11E/US 11W/US 70/SR 1.
The entire route is in Knox County.
|Knoxville||US 129 / SR 115 (Alcoa Highway) – Knoxville, Alcoa, Maryville, McGhee Tyson Airport||Western terminus; Interchange|
|||SR 33 (Maryville Pike) – Maryville, Eagleton Village, Knoxville||Interchange|
|Knoxville||US 441 / SR 71 (Chapman Highway) – Seymour, Sevierville, Knoxville||Interchange|
|||Strawberry Plains Pike TO I-40 – Strawberry Plains|
|Knoxville||US 11E / US 25W / US 70 / SR 9 (Asheville Highway) – Strawberry Plains, Dandridge, New Market, Jefferson City||Eastern end of US 11E/US 25W/US 70/SR 9 concurrency|
|I-40 / US 25W north / SR 9 north – Nashville, Newport||Western end of US 25W/SR 9 concurrency|
|US 11W north / SR 1 (Rutledge Pike) / US 11 south / US 70 west (Magnolia Avenue) – Rutledge||Southern terminus of US 11W; Southern terminus of US 11E; Eastern terminus of SR 168; Interchange|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Tennessee Department of Transportation (24 January 2003). "State Highway and Interstate List 2003".