Tennessee State Route 6

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State Route 6

State Route 6 outlined
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
ExistedOctober 1, 1923[1]–present
CountryUnited States
Highway system
SR 5 SR 7
One of the rare instances of State Route 6 being signed, instead of the designation being hidden under another route. The route is still co-signed with US Route 31E, but Route 6 also has its own signage.
State Route 6 co-signed with U.S. Route 31E in Nashville, Tennessee

State Route 6 (SR 6) is a state highway that is unsigned. It travels through the central part of the U.S. state of Tennessee. It travels from Lawrence County to Sumner County. The highway is related to the following U.S. Highways:

TDOT designations

Most of State Route 6 is a primary highway; however, between SR 397 in Frankiln and SR 254 right past the Davidson County line to SR 155 are all the areas where State Route 6 is secondary. There is ambiguity between the two Davidson County Functional Classification Maps (19b & 19a) and the TDOT Traffic Map information is not consistent designations of the Primary and Secondary route in Davidson County.


  1. ^ Highway Planning Survey Division (1925). Biennial Report of the Commissioner of the Department of Highways and Public Works State of Tennessee for the Years 1923 and 1924 (PDF) (Report). Nashville: Tennessee Department of Highways and Public Works. pp. 39–44. Retrieved May 19, 2023.