6 lane closures to know in the Nashville area this weekend, April 12-14

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The Tennessee Department of Transportation and Metro Nashville Public Works have announced several lane closures throughout Davidson County and Williamson County this weekend, April 12-14.

I-440 in Davidson County

I-440 will be limited to two travel lanes in each direction from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. and one travel lane in each direction from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

There will be a right-lane closure on Franklin Pike southbound for bridge work. There will also be a lane closure on Hillsboro Road for electrical work.

I-24 in Davidson County

There will be intermittent lane closures of the outside lanes of I-24 eastbound at Old Hickory Boulevard at mile marker 62. Intermittent closures of the I-24 eastbound off ramp at Old Hickory Boulevard will also be in place. Work is weather permitting.

Hillwood Boulevard in Davidson County

Hillwood Boulevard in Nashville will be closed from Harding Pike to Post Road for bridge replacement work. Detours are in place on Davidson Road and White Bridge Road, both of which connect to Post Road and provide access to Hillwood Boulevard.

Nolensville Pike at Welshwood Drive in Davidson County

There will be a nightly lane closure on Nolensville Road in both directions from Swiss Drive to Elysian Fields Road, south of Harding Place, for milling work. The closure will not be in place April 13.

Foster Avenue in Davidson County

Foster Avenue in Nashville is closed to through traffic between Glenrose Avenue and Murfreesboro Pike while Metro Nashville Public Works replaces the bridge over the CSX railroad tracks. Local two-way traffic is allowed access to businesses within the construction limits on Foster Avenue.

Bridge repair on Moore’s Lane over I-65 in Williamson County

There will be a lane closure on I-65 in both directions for bridge repairs in the outside lanes at the Moores Lane interchange at mile marker 68. The closure will be in place 8 p.m. April 12 until 5 a.m. April 13.

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