State Route 35 (US 411)

Jefferson & Sevier Counties
CNX119 Station 208+00

The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is conducting improvements on State Route 35 (US 411) in Jefferson and Seview Counties. The project will take place on State Route 35 from near Sims Road, in Seview County, to Chestnut Hill at SR 92, in Jefferson County, and will be 3.778 miles of entirely new alignment. This project is the third phase of construction of SR 35.

The new section of SR 35  consist of five 12-foot travel lanes, including a 12-foot center turn lane, and 12-foot shoulders (teen feet paved). The project also includes the construction of five box culverts on SR 35, one box culvert on Dickey School Road, and one box bridge over Flat Creek on SR 35. This project also includes improvements to SR 35's existing alignment, but does not include sidewalks or ADA ramps.

Current Status: Currently surveying and staking, clearing and grubbing, and installation of erosion control and sediment prevention measures.

Construction start:  May 2023  

Estimated completion*: October 2026

Funding Type: 80% Federal, 20% State  

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Traffic Impacts 

After the contractor completes initial project activities and prepares to begin major construction, TDOT will announce any impacts to traffic.

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History and Background

SR 35 is a major corridor from Greenville to Maryville. The purpose of the project is to create a safer, more efficient route for SR 35.

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Project Imagery & Visuals 

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Project Contacts

Mark Nagi
TDOT Region 1 Community Relations Officer (media)
Phone: 865.594.0161
Email: Mark.Nagi@tn.gov