Tennessee State Route 64

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State Route 64

TN 64; primary in red, secondary in blue
Route information
Maintained by TNDOT
Length50.43 mi (81.16 km)
ExistedOctober 1, 1923[1]–present
Major junctions
West end US 31A / SR 271 in Farmington
Major intersections
East end US 70S in Readyville
CountryUnited States
CountiesMarshall, Bedford, Coffee, Cannon
Highway system
US 64 I-65

State Route 64 (SR 64) is an east–west state highway in Middle Tennessee. The 50.43-mile-long (81.16 km) route goes from the Lewisburg area to rural western Cannon County via Shelbyville and Beech Grove.

Route description

Marshall County

SR 64 begins in the Marshall County community of Farmington, at an intersection with US 31A, SR 11, and SR 271.

Bedford County

It then goes east and crosses into Bedford County, going through Bedford and farmland before intersecting and becoming concurrent with SR 130 and entering Shelbyville. In Shelbyville they intersect and become concurrent with US 231/SR 10/SR 82 and turn north. They then enter downtown and have an intersection with SR 387 (Lane Parkway), where US 231/SR 10 split and turn north, while SR 64/SR 130 turn east on SR 82. They then go around the east side of downtown before splitting, with SR 82 going south, SR 130 going southeast, and SR 64 going east. SR 64 then goes through some suburbs before coming to an intersection with US 41A/SR 16. A short distance later, it intersects SR 437 (Shelbyville Bypass). SR 64 then leaves Shelbyville and continues east. It then curves north to enter Wartrace, where it intersects with SR 269. It then curves east again and intersects SR 82 again before crossing into Coffee County and entering Beech Grove.[2]

Coffee County

In Beech Grove, SR 64 has an interchange with I-24 at Exit 97. It then has an intersection with US 41/SR 2 before leaving Beech Grove. SR 64 then enters some mountains and becomes curvy before entering Cannon County.

Cannon County

It then enters Bradyville and has a junction with SR 99 and turning north. SR 64 then enters Readyville to end at US 70S/SR 1.[2]

Major intersections

MarshallFarmington0.000.00 US 31A (Nashville Highway/SR 11) – Lewisburg, Chapel Hill

SR 271 south (Belfast–Farmington Road) – Belfast
Western terminus; SR 64 begins as a primary route; northern terminus of SR 271
SR 130 west – Petersburg
Western end of SR 130 overlap
Shelbyville US 231 (S Cannon Boulevard/SR 10 south) – FayettevilleSouthern end of US 231/SR 10 overlap

US 231 north (Lane Parkway/SR 387 north) – Murfreesboro

US 231 Bus. north (N Cannon Boulevard/SR 10 north)
Northern end of US 231/SR 10 overlap; southern terminus of US 231 Business and unsigned SR 387

SR 82 north (N Main Street)
Western end of SR 82 overlap; SR 64 turns secondary

SR 82 south (S Jefferson Street) – Lynchburg
Eastern end of SR 82 overlap

SR 130 east (Belmont Avenue) – Tullahoma
Eastern end of SR 130 overlap; SR 64 turns primary
US 41A (Madison Street/SR 16) – Eagleville, Tullahoma
SR 437 (Shelbyville Bypass)
SR 269 west (Spring Street) – Bell Buckle
Western end of SR 269 overlap

SR 269 east (Church Street) – Normandy
Eastern end of SR 269 overlap

SR 82 south (Sawnee Webb Memorial Highway) – Bell Buckle
Northern terminus of SR 82
CoffeeBeech Grove I-24 – Nashville, ChattanoogaI-24 Exit 97
US 41 (SR 2) – Murfreesboro, ManchesterSR 64 turns secondary
SR 99 west (Bradyville Pike) – Murfreesboro
Eastern terminus of SR 99
Readyville50.4381.16 US 70S (SR 1) – Murfreesboro, WoodburyEastern terminus; SR 64 ends as a secondary route.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  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.
  2. ^ a b DeLorme (2010). Tennessee Atlas & Gazetteer (Map) (4th ed.). Yarmouth, ME: DeLorme.[page needed]