U.S. 27

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U.S. 27 through Tennessee travels north from Chattanooga to Winfield. U.S. 27 follows a freeway north from Interstate 24 around Downtown Chattanoga to Doddy-Daisy in northern Hamilton County. 1.95 miles of the freeway are a part of unsigned I-124.

Beyond SR 111, which is a freeway leading west from Soddy-Daisy to Dunlap, U.S. 27 continues to Graysville, Dayton and Rockwood as either a four lane divided highway or five lane boulevard. North of Interstate 40, U.S. 27 heads from Harriman to Wartburg, Sunbright and Oneida.

U.S. 27 North

U.S. 27 (Rossville Boulevard) enters Chattanooga north from Rossville, Georgia.
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Rossville Boulevard leads U.S. 27 north between the Piney Woods and Cedar Hill neighborhoods in south Chattanooga.
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A five point intersection joins U.S. 27 (Rossville Boulevard) with E 48th Street and Dodds Avenue north.
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E 47th Street west and Workman Road east meet U.S. 27 (Rossville Boulevard) at a staggered intersection.
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U.S. 27 north at E 42nd Street and the East Lake neighborhood.
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Reassurance marker northbound at E 39th Street.
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U.S. 27 north at E 35th Street and the Clifton Hills neighborhood.
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Rossville Boulevard at E 32nd Street.
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U.S. 27 north at E 28th Street and the Foust neighborhood in Chattanooga.
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U.S. 27 (Rossville Boulevard) curves westward into a cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 24.
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Interstate 24 concludes at I-75, 5.2 miles east of U.S. 27 (Rossville Boulevard).
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U.S. 27 combines with I-24 west for 1.75 miles to I-124 north to Downtown Chattanooga.
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Tennessee State Route 27 North

SR 27 extends Rossville Boulevard (former U.S. 27) north alongside I-24 to U.S. 11/64 (E 23rd Street).
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Rossville Boulevard is discontinuous west of Central Avenue due to the Norfolk Southern Railroad line. Historically U.S. 27 and Rossville Boulevard continued northwest to U.S. 41/76 on E Main Street.
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U.S. 27 North

U.S. 27 extends north from Interstate 124 a quarter mile to a parclo interchange with Manufacturers Road.
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The Market Street Bridge (U.S. 127) and the Walnut Street pedestrian Bridge span the Tennessee River east of U.S. 27 between Downtown and North Chattanooga.
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The Ogliati Bridge was widened to eight overall lanes during 2015-20 reconstruction of U.S. 27/I-124.
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Manufacturers Road leads east from the north end of the Olgiati Bridge to Cherokee Boulevard (U.S. 127) in the North Chattanooga business district.
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A wye interchange joins U.S. 27 northbound with adjacent Dayton Boulevard (U.S. 127) in the city of Red Bank.
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U.S. 27 South

U.S. 27 runs along Godsey Ridge south from Morrison Springs Road to U.S. 127 (Signal Mountain Road) in Red Bank.
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U.S. 127 winds northward from Red Bank into the town of Signal Mountain.
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Signage for U.S. 127 appears along Signal Mountain Road northward from the exchange with U.S. 27. U.S. 127 south is unmarked.
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U.S. 127 continues south to North Chattanooga and across the Market Street Bridge into Downtown Chattanooga. The unsigned leg concludes at U.S. 76 and SR 8 (Martin Luther King Boulevard).
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Manufacturers Road stems west from Cherokee Boulevard (U.S. 127) and Velma Street in North Chattanooga to a parclo interchange with U.S. 27 at the Olgiati Bridge.
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U.S. 27 scenes

Morrison Springs Road stems west from Dayton Boulevard (old U.S. 27) to the freeway along U.S. 27 in Red Bank.
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U.S. 27 continues north along a freeway from Red Bank to Soddy-Daisy and SR 111 en route to Dayton.
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U.S. 27 heads south from Morrison Springs Road to U.S. 127 in Red Bank before entering North Chattanooga.
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U.S. 27 connects with Interstate 24 south of Downtown Chattanooga in seven miles.
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01/20/13 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 24
Interstate 40
U.S. 11
U.S. 41
U.S. 64
U.S. 72
U.S. 127

Page Updated 08-24-2020.

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