Road repairs coming to Knoxville after gas tax approval

KNOXVILLE - Gov. Bill Haslam and the Tennessee Department of Transportation have released the first round of road projects that will benefit from the governor's gas tax plan.

First up in Knoxville is the Widening from SR 35 to proposed interchange at Tyson Boulevard and widening from North of Little River to North of Maloney Road. 

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The repairs will begin begin some time over the next calendar year under a three-year transportation program. 

The overall program includes 101 individual projects across 40 counties and 15 statewide programs. The price tag for these projects totals $2.6 billion in infrastructure investments. 

You can see the full list of road repairs here. 




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