Tennessee State Route 25

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State Route 25 primary marker State Route 25 secondary marker

State Route 25
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length67.45 mi (108.55 km)
Major junctions
West end SR 161 in Barren Plains
  US 431 north of Springfield

I-65 in Cross Plains
US 31W in Cross Plains
SR 109 in Gallatin
SR 386 / SR 174 in Gallatin
US 31E in Gallatin

US 231 / SR 10 east of Castalian Springs
East end US 70N / SR 53 in South Carthage
CountiesRobertson, Sumner, Trousdale and Smith
Highway system
US 25WSR 26

State Route 25 (SR 25) is a west-east state highway in Middle Tennessee.

Route Description[edit]

Robertson County[edit]

SR 25 begins as a secondary highway in Robertson County in Barren Plains at an intersection with SR 161, and goes east to an intersection with US 431/SR 65 just north of Springfield. It continues east through rural unincorporated Robertson County, near Cross Plains, to intersect and have a short concurrency with SR 49, before separating and continuing east, becoming a primary highway. It then goes through the middle of Cross Plains and conitues east to intersect I-65. Not even a 1/2 mile later, it intersects US 31W/SR 41 and enters Sumner County.

Sumner County[edit]

It then comes to an intersection with SR 76 just south of New Deal. It continues through Cottontown to Gallatin to intersect with SR 109. It continues into downtown Gallatin to intersect and run concurrently with SR 174/SR 386. A short distance later, it intersects US 31E/SR 6, where SR 386 ends and SR 174 separated and continues north along US 31E/SR 6 into downtown, while SR 25 continues east. It continues through Castalian Springs and enters Trousedale County.

Trousedale County[edit]

A short distance from the county line, it intersects US 231 and SR 10, with SR 10 running concurrently with SR 25 to Hartsville. Continuing east, it enters Hartsville and intersects SR 141, runs concurrent for a short distance, then separates and turns south, while SR 25/SR 10 continue east. Just outside of Hartsville, SR 10 separates and turns north, while SR 25 continues its eastward trek, and crosses into Smith County shortly afterwards. Just before the county line, SR 25 passes just north of the abandoned Hartsville Nuclear Plant.

Smith County[edit]

After crossing into Smith County, it passes through Dixon Springs. It then continues east to Riddleton, and then to Carthage, where it intersects SR 80. Continuing into Carthage, it intersects with SR 263, providing access to downtown. It then curves to the south and crosses the Cumberland River and enters South Carthage. It then ends at US 70N/SR 24/SR 53 in South Carthage.

Major Intersections[edit]

Robertson County[edit]

Sumner County[edit]

Trousdale County[edit]

Smith County[edit]


Coordinates: 36°23′45″N 86°24′43″W / 36.3958°N 86.4120°W / 36.3958; -86.4120