Tennessee State Route 319

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State Route 319 marker

State Route 319
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 22.2 mi (35.7 km)
Major junctions
South end: SR 153 / SR 58 at Chattanooga
  SR 58 in Chattanooga
North end: US 27 / SR 29 at Soddy-Daisy
Counties: Hamilton
Highway system
SR 318 SR 320

State Route 319 is a state highway in southeast Tennessee, starting at the intersection of Tennessee State Route 153 in Chattanooga, traveling to the area of Soddy-Daisy where it intersects with U.S. Route 27, and the route comes to an end.

Route description[edit]

It begins on the northeast side of Chattanooga at SR-153 and SR-58. SR-319 has a short 1.8 mile concurrency/overlap with SR-58, to where SR-58 heads south east and SR-319 turns north to have an interchange with Access Road and Hixson Pike after this intersection it enters Chattanooga's Hixson neighborhood. SR-319 then turns east and Junctions with SR-153 and turns north back along SR-153 and begins a very short 0.7 mile-long concurrency to an interchange where SR-153 heads northwest and SR-319 turns northeast and leaves Chattanooga/Hixson 3.7 miles from SR-153. It then enters the community of Middle Valley and then after 3.3 miles it leaves Middle Valley corporate limits and enters the city of Lakesite and in this area it turns back and forth from east to north. After it leaves Lakesite it passes the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant and turns northwest and enters Soddy-Daisy city limits to end at US Route 27.

Junction list[edit]

The entire route is in Hamilton County.

Location mi km Destinations Notes
Chattanooga SR 153 / SR 58 north Southern terminus of SR-319 and end overlap with SR-58
SR 58 south - Downtown Chattanooga End overlap with SR-58; Interchange
Tennessee River C.B. Robinson Bridge (DuPont Bridge)
Chattanooga Access Road; Hixson Pike Interchange
SR 153 south Begin overlap with SR-153
SR 153 north – Soddy-Daisy End overlap with SR-153
Soddy-Daisy US 27 / SR 29 to SR 111 – Chattanooga, Dayton, Dunlap Northern terminus
Dayton Pike – Soddy-Daisy
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi