Major Roadway Network

There are more than 8,000 lane miles of major roadways throughout the MPO planning area, of which more than 6,700 lane miles are eligible for federal funding made available through the MPO.

Total Lane Miles by Federal Functional Classification and County (2014)

County Davidson Maury Robertson Rutherford Sumner Williamson Wilson Total
Rural Interstate 57 66 104 24 0 47 42 339
Rural Principal Arterial 22 100 1 119 94 159 60 555
Rural Freeway - - - - - - - 0
Rural Minor Arterial 110 119 127 55 74 104 88 677
Rural Major Collector 24 141 134 127 111 111 136 784
Rural Minor Collector 117 401 248 230 266 302 398 1961
Rural Local 484 1285 1160 1007 1173 1173 963 7244
Urban Interstate 525 5 12 183 25 100 107 958
Urban Principal Arterial 500 105 61 214 157 115 112 1262
Urban Freeway 157 37 0 32 51 0 7 284
Urban Minor Arterial 689 45 36 275 94 107 95 1342
Urban Collector 333 69 50 240 192 167 129 1180
Urban Local 4113 480 285 1931 1179 1360 675 10022
TOTAL 7131 2853 2217 4439 3416 3744 2810 26610

Proposed Modifications to the Major Roadway Network

Periodically, the MPO reassess the assigned functional classification of roadways throughout the planning area to ensure that the Major Roadway Network reflects changes in the region related to growth and development and travel behaviors. The functional classification of roadways defines the role each element of the roadway network plays in serving travel needs.

 

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