Roadway Plan SalesRevised: October 9, 2023
Final construction plans for TDOT projects are maintained by the Roadway Design Division - Plan Sales Section. If you are looking for a project that is currently being developed, you will need to contact the Regional Project Delivery Office. TDOT does not maintain records of local roads. Please contact the local government for those plans. A plan sales request form should be completed and submitted to Plan.Sales@tn.gov. When submitting requests, include as much identifying information as possible to ensure the correct plans are located and provided to a customer. If you have a TDOT project number listed in the deeds or other documentation, please include this in the request form.
For additional assistance or questions contact:
TDOT Roadway Design Plan Sales Section
James K. Polk Bldg, Suite 1200
505 Deaderick Street
Nashville, TN 37243
Project Archive List
In the columns below, each county KML contains the information for projects in our archives with the midpoint of the project located; the associated Excel file with the information used to create the KML; and the Secondary Road Name maps that show the older numbering system for secondary roads used in older plans.
1. How do I order plans from Plan Sales?
Email the Plan Sales Request form to Plan.Sales@tn.gov. Please attach a map with the project area labeled. If possible, this map needs to show adjacent side roads or routes. Submit only one request per form.
2. How much does it cost?
Since October 2012 TDOT Plan Sales Section provides plan sheets in PDF format at no cost to the customer
on orders of ten sheets or less per project. The Title sheet and Index and/or Title sheet with index,
is included in the ten sheets we provide at no cost. On orders that contain eleven or more plan sheets,
payment requirement will continue to be in effect. To clarify, if a customer requests four sheets from a project,
they will be provided those sheets at no cost. The customer then decides they need seven additional sheets
from that same project. That would bring the total number of sheets to eleven. The customer, in order to
get the seven additional sheets, would have to pay for all eleven sheets since the total is over the
maximum of sheets.
3. What if the plans that I receive are hard to read and decipher?
As stated above we cannot guarantee the quality of prints when emailing electronic files. These Plans are
provided here to individuals and other agencies who use these plans at their own risk. No warranty either
express or implied is given.
This Page Last Updated: October 9, 2023 at 7:24 AM