ROAD CLOSURE: I-440 at 21st Avenue and Hillsboro Pike in Nashville ramps to close Oct. 11-14

There will be ramp closures at the I-440 interchange at 21st Avenue and Hillsboro Road from Oct. 11-14.

There will be ramp closures at the I-440 interchange at 21st Avenue and Hillsboro Road from Oct. 11-14.

As part of the ongoing project to widen I-440 in Nashville, several ramp closures will be in place Oct. 11-14 at the I-440 interchange at 21st Avenue and Hillsboro Pike, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

From 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, through 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 14, both on-ramps to I-440 will be closed, as will the I-440 eastbound off-ramp to 21st Avenue.

Drivers will not be able to access I-440 from 21st Avenue or Hillsboro Pike during the weekend, according to TDOT.

Prior to this weekend's closure, TDOT closed the I-440 bridge over I-65 in September for the widening project. A second weekend closure of the I-440 bridge over I-65 is expected in spring 2020.
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