Follow Us on Twitter
TDOT uses Twitter to provide information to motorists about interstates and state roads. This information is also available on the TDOT SmartWay website and through the Tennessee 511 system. (NOTE: Please read the TDOT Social Media Acceptable Use Policy before using TDOT social media channels.)
You can follow TDOT on Twitter by following these steps.
- Open another browser window (or tab) and sign into your Twitter account.
- Go back to the TDOT Multimedia Center tab.
- Click on the particular page you wish to follow. Example: @TNinterstate24
- At the top of the page, under the picture, click on the button labeled "Follow."
- Congrats! You are now following that particular TDOT Twitter* page!
- To follow other TDOT Twitter pages, go back to step two.
*Messages sent to TDOT Twitter pages will not receive responses.
NOTICE: PLEASE USE OUR SERVICES RESPONSIBLY!
TDOT strongly encourages drivers to refrain from texting, tweeting or calling while operating a vehicle. Have your passenger get the information or "Know Before You Go!"
The following TDOT Twitter pages provide incident/construction information for specific areas and/or routes in Tennessee.
...all of those counties in the Upper Cumberland and South-Central Tennessee including Cookeville, Crossville and Chattanooga. (TDOT’s Region 2)
...all of those counties in West Tennessee including the urban areas of Jackson and Memphis. (TDOT’s Region 4)
...all of those counties in East and Upper East Tennessee including Knoxville and Tri-Cities. (TDOT’s Region 1)
...all of those counties in Middle Tennessee including the areas of Clarksville, Murfreesboro and Nashville. (TDOT’s Region 3)
The following TDOT Twitter pages provide incident/construction information on specific interstates in Tennessee.