Anyone who makes the morning-afternoon commute between Johnson City and Kingsport — or anywhere in between — likely would agree that Interstate 26 needs at least three lanes in each direction through the entire stretch.
Information gathered during a Tennessee Department of Transportation public meeting Thursday could steer Interstate 26 projects and improvements for the next two decades.
Think of something similar to The Pinnacle, except in Boones Creek.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has awarded the long-awaited Interstate 26 Exit 17 “diverging diamond” project to Elizabethton-based Summers-Taylor Inc.
Drivers were stranded during rush hour Monday after a truck went over the side of the bridge on Buckingham Road that crosses Interstate 26 at mile marker 13 near the Bobby Hicks Highway/Suncrest Drive exit.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation is studying Interstate 26 and it wants you, the people that regularly drive it, to have some input into shaping its future.
Tennessee’s Department of Transportation is taking a close-up look at Interstate 26.
The following is a quarterly status report from the Tennessee Department of Transportation listing highway projects under development or construction in Tennessee’s 6th and 7th House Districts.
Motorists on Interstate 26 should expect travel delays Sunday morning from 7 a.m. to noon in the vicinity of the Princeton Road overpass.
Recent felony arrests reported by local law enforcement.
Things are a lot quieter in Johnson City these days. At least they are if you’re driving south along Interstate 26 East.
If you frequent Interstate 26 through Johnson City, you’ve likely noticed a much smoother drive in recent weeks.
Johnson City emergency responders are on their way to two vehicle crashes on Interstate 26 westbound.
Johnson City Press circulation district manager Keith Harrell captured these images of firefighters extinguishing a car fire Thursday morning on Interstate 26. The vehicle apparently struck a utility pole near the State of Franklin Road interchange.
Now it’s time fro the state to consider adding lanes to I-26 through Johnson City. Time and time again, city leaders have asked the state to add as many as four new lanes in some sections of I-26. TDOT officials have said traffic counts show additional lanes are not needed. State and local officials have also estimated the project could cost as much as $200 million.