Tennessee State Route 249

State Route 249 (SR 249) is a north–south secondary state highway located in Middle Tennessee. The route is located entirely In Cheatham County.

State Route 249 marker

State Route 249
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length29.6 mi (47.6 km)
Major junctions
West end I-40 in Kingston Springs
  US 70 in Pegram
SR 49 in Ashland City

SR 12 in Ashland City

US 41A in rural northeastern Cheatham Co.
East end I-24 southeast of Pleasant View
Highway system
SR 248SR 250

Route descriptionEdit

SR 249 is one of the few state routes in Tennessee that begins and/or ends with an interchange along a freeway of any type. Its southern and northern termini are with I-40 and I-24 in the southern and northern ends of the county, respectively.

SR 249 begins in Kingston Springs at the Exit 188 interchange of I-40. It continues northward through Pegram to Ashland City, then it turns northeast to end at I-24’s exit 31 interchange in northeastern Cheatham County.

Concurrencies involved in this route includes US 70 (SR 1) in Pegram, SR 49 through Ashland City, and SR 12 in downtown Ashland City. [1]

Major intersectionsEdit

The entire route is in Cheatham County.

Kingston Springs0.00.0  I-40 – Memphis, NashvilleSouthern terminus; I-40 exit 188; begins state maintenance as Luyben Hills Road
Pegram  US 70 west (SR 1 west) – Dickson, Montgomery Bell State ParkSouthern end of US 70/SR 1 overlap
  US 70 east (SR 1 east) – NashvilleNorthern end of US 70/SR 1 overlap
  SR 251 east (River Road) – BellevueWestern terminus of SR 251
Ashland City  SR 49 west – CharlotteSouthern end of SR 49 overlap
SR 49 Bridge over the Cumberland River
  SR 455 (Tennessee Waltz Parkway)Ashland City Bypass for SR 12
  SR 12 north (Main Street) – ClarksvilleSouthern end of SR 12 overlap
  SR 12 south (Main Street) – NashvilleNorthern end of SR 12 overlap
  SR 49 north – Pleasant View, SpringfieldNorthern end of SR 49 overlap
  US 41A (SR 112) – Clarksville, Pleasant View, Nashville
29.647.6  I-24 – Clarksville, NashvilleI-24 Exit 31; End state maintenance; Continues as New Hope Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ Tennessee Department of Transportation (2017). Tennessee's Official Transportation Map [front] (PDF) (Map) (2016 ed.). Nashville: Tennessee Department of Transportation. § B7 (West). Retrieved February 28, 2017.