ELIZABETHTON — The state of Tennessee and the city of Elizabethton honored Roy J. McKinney on Friday morning. McKinney was the most decorated Carter Countian in World War II, and one of the most decorated Tennesseans in the war.
ELIZABETHTON — A bridge across Buffalo Creek on Reeser Road that was built in 1960 will be scheduled for replacement if the Elizabethton City Council approves the engineering agreement with Mattern and Craig engineers.
The Southside Street bridge over Gap Creek will be closed because of poor conditions found on the structure during a requested inspection.
Tennessee Department of Transportation officials gave the OK Monday afternoon to reopen State Route 91 near the Elizabethton Municipal Airport after Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s jet crashed there last week.
ELIZABETHTON — The public is invited to a bridge dedication ceremony on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Sinking Creek Baptist Church to honor Mike and Sara Sellers, each a chief master sergeant who each spent 30 years in the Air Force.
Information gathered during a Tennessee Department of Transportation public meeting Thursday could steer Interstate 26 projects and improvements for the next two decades.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has awarded the long-awaited Interstate 26 Exit 17 “diverging diamond” project to Elizabethton-based Summers-Taylor Inc.
Tennessee’s Department of Transportation is taking a close-up look at Interstate 26.
ELIZABETHTON — U.S. Highway 321 around Watauga Lake was blocked by a landslide for several hours Saturday afternoon while Tennessee Department of Transportation crews rushed to clear the highway.
Whether right-of-way is being acquired or construction is about to start, the Tennessee Department of Transportation is currently managing 11 road projects in Washington County.
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.
If Monday and Tuesday’s weather taught us anything, it’s that looks can be deceiving.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has awarded Washington County a $2 million Competitive Rail Connectivity Grant, according to state Rep. Matthew Hill, R-Jonesborough, who helped secure the funding.
If you frequent Interstate 26 through Johnson City, you’ve likely noticed a much smoother drive in recent weeks.
A $6 million resurfacing work on Interstate 26 through Johnson City is well underway and is expected to continue through the summer, a Tennessee Department of Transportation said Wednesday.