Tennessee State Route 149

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State Route 149 (SR 149) is an east–west highway in Middle Tennessee. The road begins near Erin and ends just south of Clarksville. The current length is 22.31 miles (35.90 km).[1]

State Route 149 marker

State Route 149
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length22.31 mi (35.90 km)
Major junctions
West end SR 49 in Erin
  SR 46 in Cumberland City
SR 434 in Cumberland City
East end SR 13 / SR 48 near Clarksville
CountiesHouston, Stewart, Montgomery
Highway system
SR 148SR 150

Route descriptionEdit

Houston CountyEdit

SR 149 begins in Houston County in Erin at an intersection with SR 49 near that route’s junction with SR 13 just outside of Erin. SR 149 then goes northward and crosses into Stewart County.

Stewart CountyEdit

It continues north and becomes concurrent with SR 46 before entering Cumberland City. In Cumberland City, SR 46 breaks of and goes through downtown, while SR 149 bypass the town to the east. It then intersects the short SR 434, a connector to SR 233 and provides access to the Cumberland Fossil Plant. SR 149 turns to the northeast to parallel the Cumberland River and enter Montgomery County.

Montgomery CountyEdit

It then goes east through Palmyra before ending at intersection with SR 13 and SR 48 just south of Clarksville.[2]

Major IntersectionsEdit

HoustonErin0.00.0  SR 49 (E Main Street) – Tennessee Ridge, VanleerWestern terminus
StewartCumberland City  SR 46 south (Guices Creek Road)Western end of SR 46 concurrency
  SR 46 north (Main Street) – Downtown, Indian MoundEastern end of SR 46 concurrency
  SR 434 west (State Highway 149 Bus.) – DowntownEastern terminus of SR 434
Montgomery22.3135.90   SR 13 / SR 48 – Clarksville, Charlotte, ErinEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Microsoft MapPoint 2006, Retrieved on 2007-8-13.
  2. ^ Tennessee Atlas & Gazetteer (Map) (2004 ed.). DeLorme.