I65 Widening and Goose Creek Interchange Utility Relocations

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I-65 Goose Creek

Project Description
The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) will be widening a portion of I65 from North of State Route 840 to North of State Route 248 and includes the interchange at Goose Creek Bypass and Peytonsville Road and the realignment of Long Lane. There are water lines, sanitary sewer lines and reclaimed water lines that will need to be relocated as part of this project.

Length & Limits
Approximately 5,194 linear feet of 12 inch diameter water line, 763 linear feet of 30 inch diameter sanitary sewer line and 781 linear feet of 8 inch reclaimed water line within the following areas:
• Just north of Goose Creek Bypass along Old Peytonsville Road at existing fire hydrant then approximately 1,693 linear feet north
• From Old Peytonsville Road at existing box culvert then crossing I65 and tying into Long Lane
• West of existing I65/Goose Creek Bypass interchange at the bridge that crosses over Five Mile Creek, there is a crossing approximately 200 linear feet on both sides from the centerline of the Goose Creek Bypass
• From Old Peytonsville Road along the proposed alignment of Five Mile Crossing, lines will be relocated around the proposed bridge over Five Mile Creek on the proposed Five Mile Crossing (approximately 180 linear feet on both sides from the centerline of Five Mile Crossing)
• From intersection of the relocated Long Lane with Peytonsville Road, west of and along the relocated Long Lane, 1,254 linear feet (which includes crossing the existing Long Lane) to Franklin South Court
• From south of the intersection of Peytonsville Road and the relocated Long Lane approximately 1,254 linear feet along and south of Peytonsville Road

To view TDOT’s website for a further explanation of the project.  http://www.tdot.state.tn.us/i65WilliamsonCo/default.htm

Project Contact
Patricia Proctor, PE – Utilities Project Manager
patricia.proctor@franklintn.gov
(615) 791-3218