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Mount Juliet Traffic Alerts
State Route 840 both directions in Wilson County - Between MILE MARKER 66 (Mile Marker: 66) and MILE MARKER 76 (Mile Marker: 76), construction work will result in lane closures on weekdays. This work is expected to be completed by 7/31/2017.
State Route 840 both directions in Wilson County - Between MILE MARKER 66 (Mile Marker: 66) and MILE MARKER 76 (Mile Marker: 76), construction work will result in lane closures at night. This work is expected to be completed by 7/31/2017.
State Route 24 both directions in Wilson County - Between HARTMANN DR. and REED ST., resurfacing work will result in lane closures every day. This work is expected to be completed by 09/30/2014.
Interstate 40 eastbound in Wilson County - Between MILE MARKER 233 (Mile Marker: 233) and SR-840 RT., construction work will result in no inside shoulder at night. This work is expected to be completed by 08/31/2014.
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Mount Juliet traffic updates, highway and road conditions with live interactive map including flow, delays, accidents, construction, closures and driving conditions for the Mount Juliet area and Wilson county.