I-75 in Tenn. fully open after slide; delays on I-40 in Roane County

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Two lanes in both directions were reported open last week, April 13, by the Tennessee Department of Transportation following the rock slide in Campbell County that in late February closed I-75 for a time in both directions, near the Kentucky border. Both NB lanes had been closed completely for nearly a month when a single lane reopened in late March.

Some work continues in the area, as the pictures here make clear, so continue to use caution in the area.

Take heed likewise of major slowdowns on I-40 in Roane County, where bridge work through late May will reduce the interstate to a single lane in both directions, TDOT reports.

The lane closures are confined to a brief portion of the highway between milemarkers 350 and 352, says TDOT spokesman Mark Nagi.

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