Tennessee State Route 45

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State Route 45 marker

State Route 45
Robinson Road
Hadley Avenue
Old Hickory Boulevard
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length17.92 mi (28.84 km)
Major junctions
west end US 431 (Whites Creek Pike)
  I-24 Exit 40
US 31W / US 41 (Dickerson Pike)
I-65 Exit 92
US 31E (Gallatin Pike)
US 70 (Lebanon Pike)
east end I-40 Exit 221
Location
CountiesDavidson
Highway system
US 45WSR 46

State Route 45 (SR 45) is a west–east route in Davidson County, Tennessee. It connects US-431 (Whites Creek Pike) in northwest Nashville with I-40 east of the city.[1]

Route description[edit]

SR 45 makes up much of the northern half of Nashville's Old Hickory Boulevard loop. It continues the loop from the intersection with Whites Creek Pike. Traveling parallel to Little Creek, it continues past I-24 exit 40 to its intersection with US 31W/US 41 (Dickerson Pike). After that intersection, the road becomes a four-lane divided highway. SR 45 goes south of Cedar Hill Park and past I-65 exit 92 to enter Madison. After it crosses the Cumberland River, SR 45 continues onto Robinson Road through the towns of Old Hickory and Lakewood. In Lakewood, SR 45 rejoins Old Hickory Boulevard and heads south, by The Hermitage, to the eponymous town of Hermitage. SR 45 ends at I-40 exit 221, and Old Hickory Boulevard continues south to Bell Road.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Davidson County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Whites Creek US 431 (SR 65/Whites Creek Pike) – Joelton, SpringfieldWestern terminus
Nashville I-24 – Clarksville, MurfreesboroI-24 exit 40
US 31W / US 41 (SR 11/Dickerson Pike) – Goodlettsville
I-65 – Nashville, LouisvilleI-65 exit 92
Madison US 31E (SR 6) – Hendersonville
Hermitage US 70 (SR 24/Lebanon Pike) – Mount Juliet, Lebanon
SR 265 (Central Pike) – Mount Juliet
I-40 – Knoxville, NashvilleEastern terminus; I-40 exit 221
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tennessee Atlas & Gazetteer (Map) (2004 ed.). DeLorme.