Interstate 69 Corridor
The proposed route for the extension of I-69 has been divided into multiple segments, three of which impact the state of Tennessee.
- Segment 7 (Fulton, KY to Dyersburg, TN)
- Segment 8 Dyersburg to Milington, TN)
- Segment 9 (Millington, TN to Hernando, MS)
TDOT transportation projects are developed in four phases: Planning and Environmental, Design, Right-of-Way and Construction. To view the status of each segment, visit the project page for each segment on the TDOT website.
I-69 Extension from Mexican border to Canadian border
Development of the proposed I-69 corridor (Corridor 18) would provide a continuous highway link from the Mexican border to the Canadian border, a route length of approximately 1,650 miles. Each state department of transportation will be responsible for construction and timelines within its state limits.
Corridor 18 incorporates the following elements:
- Existing I-69 from Port Huron, Michigan/Sarnia, Ontario, Canada to Indianapolis
- Existing I-94 from Port Huron through Detroit (including the Ambassador Bridge interchange) to Chicago, Illinois
- A new Interstate route (I-69) from Indianapolis to the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV) serving the following:
- Evansville, Indiana
- Memphis, Tennessee
- Shreveport/Bossier City, Louisiana
- Houston, Texas
- Southeast Arkansas I-69 Connector, from Pine Bluff, Arkansas to the I-69 Corridor, identified in the Special Issues Study in the vicinity of Monticell, Arkansas
- In the Lower Rio Grande Valley:
- US 77 from the Mexican border at Brownsville to US 59 in Victoria, Texas
- US 281 from the Mexican border at McAllen to I-37, then following US 59 to Victoria, Texas
- Corpus Christi Northside Highway and Rail Corridor from the intersection of US 77 and I-37 to US 181
- FM 511 from US 77 to the Port of Brownsville