Tennessee State Route 6

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State Route 6 primary marker State Route 6 secondary marker

State Route 6
U.S. Route 43, U.S. Route 31, U.S. Route 31E
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 150.93 mi (242.90 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 43.svgAlabama 13.svg US-43 / (AL) SR-13 at the Alabama State Line
North end: US 31E / US 231 at the Kentucky State Line
Counties: Lawrence, Maury, Williamson, Davidson, Sumner
Highway system
SR 5 SR 7

State Route 6 is an unsigned south–north route from Lawrence County, Tennessee to Sumner County, Tennessee.[1] The designation can be found on mileposts, however.

Route description[edit]

When it begins at the Alabama state line, SR-6 is concurrent with U.S. Route 43 until that route ends in Columbia. From Columbia, SR-6 follows U.S. Route 31 until it splits in Nashville. From Nashville, SR-6 follows U.S. Route 31E to the Kentucky state line.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Lawrence Saint Joseph 0.00 0.00 US 43 south Alabama State Line; Concurrency with US-43 begins
SR 227 west (Iron City Road) brief concurrency with SR-227
Loretto SR 227 east (Lexington Highway) end concurrency with SR-227
Leoma SR 98 south
Lawrenceburg US 64 / SR 15
Summertown SR 240 south
Maury Rockdale SR 20 west (Turn Pike)
Mount Pleasant SR 243 north
SR 166 (Mount Pleasant Pike)
SR 243 Interchange; Provides access to Maury County Airport
Columbia US 412 / SR 99 west Concurrency with US-412 begins
SR 50
SR 7 (Santa Fe Pike)
US 31 south / US 412 east / SR 99 Northern terminus of US-43; Concurrency with US-412 ends; Concurrency with US-31 begins
Darks Mill SR 246 north (Carters Creek Road)
Spring Hill SR 396 east (Saturn Parkway) Interchange
SR 247 (Duplex Road)
Williamson Thompson's Station I-840 – Knoxville, Memphis
SR 248 north (Goose Creek Bypass)
Franklin SR 397 north (Mack Hatcher Memorial Highway) Franklin bypass
US 431 / SR 96 west (Fifth Avenue) Brief concurrency with SR-96 begins
SR 96 east Brief concurrency with SR-96 ends
SR 397 (Mack Hatcher Memorial Highway)
Brentwood SR 441 east (Moores Lane)
SR 253 east (Concord Road)
SR 252 south (Church Street)
Davidson Nashville SR 254 (Old Hickory Boulevard)
SR 255 east (Harding Place)
SR 155 (Thompson Lane / Woodmont Boulevard) Interchange
US 31A.svgUS 41.svgTennessee 11.svgUS 70S.svgTennessee 1.svg US-31A / US-41 / SR-11 south / US-70S / SR-1 east (Lafayette Street) Concurrency with US-41, US-70S, SR-1, and SR-11 begins
US 70S.svgSecondary Tennessee 1.svgUS 431.svgUS 70.svgTennessee 24.svg US-70S / SR-1 west / US-431 south / US-70 / SR-24 (Broadway) Concurrency with US-431 begins; Concurrency with US-70S and SR-1 ends
US 41A / SR 12 north (Rosa L. Parks Boulevard)
I-24 east – Chattanooga Interchange 48
US 31W / US 41 / US 431 / SR 11 north (Dickerson Pike) Interchange; Concurrency with US-31, US-41, US-431, and SR-11 ends; Concurrency with US-31E begins
SR 155 west (Briley Parkway) Interchange 15; Brief concurrency with Briley Parkway begins
SR 155 east (Briley Parkway) Interchange 14; Brief concurrency with Briley Parkway ends
SR 45 (Old Hickory Boulevard)
Sumner Hendersonville SR 386 (Vietnam Veterans Boulevard) Interchange
SR 258 north (New Shackle Island Road)
SR 386 west (Vietnam Veterans Boulevard) Interchange; Westbound exit, eastbound entrance
Gallatin SR 109 Interchange
SR 25
SR 174 north (Dobbins Pike)
Bethpage US 231 / SR 376 south Concurrency with US-231 begins
Westmoreland SR 52
150.93 242.90 US 31E / US 231 north Kentucky State Line; Concurrency with US-31 and US-231 ends
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]


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