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Interstate 440
Auxiliary route of the Interstate Highway System
Four-Forty Parkway
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 7.64 mi[1] (12.30 km)
Formed: 1987[2]
West end: I-40 in Nashville
Major
junctions:
I-65 in Nashville
East end: I-24 in Nashville
Counties: Davidson
Tennessee State Routes
< SR-438 US-441 >

Interstate 440 (abbreviated I-440) in Tennessee is a 7.64-mile (12.30 km) long loop connecting Interstate 40, Interstate 24, and Interstate 65, bypassing downtown Nashville to the south. The section between I-24 and I-65 was completed in 1986, and the section between I-65 and I-40 was completed in 1987. It was the most expensive road, per mile, built in Tennessee at the time. In the beginning it was called Four-Forty Parkway and trucks were not permitted to use it, but eventually it became open to trucks. With only two lanes in each direction and an AADT of 106,219[3], it can easily be considered as the most congested rush-hour highways in the state.

Exit list

# Destinations Notes
I-40 - Memphis, Nashville
1 Murphy Road Eastbound exit, westbound entrance
1A US-70S (West End Avenue) Signed as exit 1 westbound
3 US-431 (21st Avenue South/Hillsboro Pike)
5 I-65 - Nashville, Huntsville
6 US-31A / US-41A (Nolensville Pike)
I-24 / I-40 Airport Sign.svg - Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga International Airport follow I-24/I-40

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