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Tennessee State Route 9

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Tennessee State Route 9

"TN 9" redirects here. TN 9 may also refer to Tennessee's 9th congressional district.

State Route 9
;">Route information
Maintained by TDOT
;">Major junctions
west end: Template:Jct/extra US-25W at Kentucky State Line

Template:Jct/extra I-40 at Jellico
Template:Jct/extra I-40 near Lake City
Template:Jct/extra I-75 / I-275 / I-640 at Knoxville
Template:Jct/extra I-40 near Knoxville
Template:Jct/extra I-40 near Dandridge
Template:Jct/extra US-11E near Strawberry Plains
Template:Jct/extra I-40 near Clevenger
Template:Jct/extra US-321 at Newport

Template:Jct/extra US-25E near Clevenger
East end: Template:Jct/extra US-25 / US-70 at North Carolina State Line
;">Highway system

State Route 9 is a west-to-east highway in the U.S. state of Tennessee that is 117 miles (189 km) long. It begins in Campbell County and ends in Cocke County. State Route 9 is little-known by the general public by this designation as it is overlain by U.S. Route 25W and U.S. Route 25 east of Newport; the "9" designation is seen on mileposts.

Route description

Counties traversed

State Route 9 traverses the counties shown in the table below.

Counties traversed by State Route 9
County miles kilometers
Campbell 32.4 52.1
Anderson 17.9 28.9
Knox 17.0 27.4
Sevier 2.9 4.7
Jefferson 22.2 35.8
Cocke 24.9 40.0


See also


  • Tennessee Department of Transportation (24 January 2003). "State Highway and Interstate List 2003".

External links

  • Tennessee Department of Transportation

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