Tennessee State Route 269

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State Route 269

Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length49.2 mi (79.2 km)
ExistedJuly 1, 1983[1]–present
Major junctions
West end US 31A in Allisona
Major intersections US 41A / SR 99 in Eagleville

US 231 in Christiana
SR 82 in Bell Buckle

SR 64 in Wartrace
East end US 41A in Tullahoma
CountryUnited States
CountiesRutherford, Bedford, Coffee
Highway system
I-269 SR 270

State Route 269 (SR 269) is a 49.2 miles (79.2 km) long east-west state highway in central Middle Tennessee.

Route description

Throughout its entire length, SR 269 is a two-lane highway.[2]

Rutherford County

SR 269 begins in Rutherford County in Allisona at an intersection with US 31A/SR 11, just a few hundred feet east of the Williamson County line. It heads east to enter Eagleville, where it has a concurrency with US 41A/SR 16 through downtown before splitting off along SR 99. They then leave Eagleville and head east through farmland for several miles to just west of Rockvale, where SR 269 splits from SR 99 and heads southeast through wooded and hilly terrain. SR 269 then re enters farmland and wind its way east past some subdivisions, where it crosses over the West Fork of the Stones River, before passing through Christiana, where it has an intersection and short concurrency with US 231/SR 10. The highway now turns south and winds its through some hills before crossing into Bedford County.[3]

Bedford County

SR 269 winds its way due south through some hills to pass through Bell Buckle, where it has an extremely short concurrency with SR 82 in downtown. It then turns southeast to pass through farmland before passing through Wartrace, where it has a short concurrency with SR 64. The highway then winds its way through farmland and rural areas for several miles, where it crosses the Garrison Fork and the Duck River, before passing through the community of Cortner and the town of Normandy. SR 269 now turns directly south and heads through mountains to cross into Coffee County.[4]

Coffee County

SR 269 almost immediately enters the city of Tullahoma and passes by several businesses along N Atlantic Street before crossing an overpass over N Washington Street and making a sharp right onto Marbury Crossing shortly before coming to an end at another intersection with US 41A/SR 16 just north of downtown. Ironically, even though SR 269 is signed east-west for its entire length, it is signed north-south at this intersection.[5]

Major intersections

RutherfordAllisona0.00.0 US 31A (Horton Highway/SR 11) – Chapel Hill, College GroveWestern terminus

US 41A north (N Main Street/SR 16 north) to I-840 – Nolensville
Western end of US 41A concurrency

US 41A south / SR 99 west (S Main Street/SR 16 south) – Chapel Hill, Unionville
Eastern end of US 41A/SR 16 concurrency; western end of SR 99 concurrency
SR 99 east (Salem Pike) – Rockvale, Murfreesboro
Eastern end of SR 99 concurrency
16.927.2Bridge over the West Fork of the Stones River
US 231 north (Shelbyville Pike/SR 10 north) – Murfreesboro
Western end of US 231/SR 10 concurrency
US 231 south (Shelbyville Pike/SR 10 south) – Shelbyville
Eastern end of US 231/SR 10 concurrency
BedfordBell Buckle30.148.4
SR 82 north (Webb Road) – Beechgrove
Western end of SR 82 concurrency
SR 82 south (Webb Road) – Shelbyville
Eastern end of SR 82 concurrency
SR 64 west (Blackman Boulevard) – Shelbyville
Western end of SR 64 concurrency

SR 64 east (Blackman Boulevard) to I-24 – Beechgrove
Eastern end of SR 64 concurrency
36.358.4General William J Hardee Memorial Bridge over the Garrison Fork
41.266.3Dement Bridge over the Duck River
CoffeeTullahoma49.279.2 US 41A (N Jackson Street/SR 16) – Shelbyville, Downtown, Estill SpringsEastern terminus (signed southern only at this intersection)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "The Road To 100 Years" (PDF). Tennessee Road Builder. Vol. 17, no. 5. September 2014. p. 22. Retrieved April 6, 2019.
  2. ^ "TN-269 · Tennessee".
  3. ^ https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/tdot/maps/county-maps-(us-shields)/o-w/Rutherford%20County.pdf All articles with bare URLs for citations[bare URL PDF]
  4. ^ https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/tdot/maps/county-maps-(us-shields)/a-g/Bedford%20County.pdf All articles with bare URLs for citations[bare URL PDF]
  5. ^ https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/tdot/maps/county-maps-(us-shields)/a-g/Coffee%20County.pdf All articles with bare URLs for citations[bare URL PDF]