Tennessee State Route 249
|Maintained by TDOT|
|Length||29.6 mi (47.6 km)|
|West end||I-40 in Kingston Springs|
| US 70 in Pegram |
SR 49 in Ashland City
SR 12 in Ashland City
|East end||I-24 southeast of Pleasant View|
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.
The entire route is in Cheatham County.
|Kingston Springs||0.0||0.0||I-40 – Memphis, Nashville||Southern terminus; I-40 exit 188; begins state maintenance as Luyben Hills Road|
|Pegram||US 70 west (SR 1 west) – Dickson, Montgomery Bell State Park||Southern end of US 70/SR 1 overlap|
|US 70 east (SR 1 east) – Nashville||Northern end of US 70/SR 1 overlap|
|||SR 251 east (River Road) – Bellevue||Western terminus of SR 251|
|Ashland City||SR 49 west – Charlotte||Southern 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) – Clarksville||Southern end of SR 12 overlap|
|SR 12 south (Main Street) – Nashville||Northern end of SR 12 overlap|
|SR 49 north – Pleasant View, Springfield||Northern end of SR 49 overlap|
|||US 41A (SR 112) – Clarksville, Pleasant View, Nashville|
|||29.6||47.6||I-24 – Clarksville, Nashville||I-24 Exit 31; End state maintenance; Continues as New Hope Road|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- 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.