Tennessee State Route 8

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State Route 8 primary marker State Route 8 secondary marker

State Route 8
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 75.43 mi (121.39 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 41 / US 76 / SR 3 at the Georgia State Line in Chattanooga
  I-75 in Chattanooga
I-24 in Chattanooga
US 11 / US 41 / US 64 / US 72 in Chattanooga
US 27 in Red Bank
US 127 in Dunlap
North end: SR 56 in McMinnville
Counties: Hamilton, Sequatchie, Van Buren, Warren
Highway system
SR 7 SR 9

State Route 8 is a south–north route that connects Chattanooga, Tennessee to McMinnville.[1]

Route description[edit]

State Route 8 (SR-8) begins concurrent to US-41 / US-76 at the Georgia border in Chattanooga. As Ringgold Road, SR-8 travels into downtown Chattanooga, where it becomes East Main Street. There, SR-8 leaves US-41 at the western national terminus of US-76 and heads north, concurrent to US-11 / US-64 / US-72 / SR-2. It crosses the Tennessee River after leaving the four routes and has an interchange with US-27 in Red Bank, whereupon it becomes concurrent to US-127. Along with US-127, it heads north to near Dunlap in Sequatchie County, where it splits from US-127 and joins SR-111. SR-8 soon leaves SR-111 and heads eastward to join with SR-56 in McMinnville.

See also[edit]


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