Overview Of Tennessee Transportation
Tennessee, a US state is located in the South-Eastern part of the country. It is known as the "Volunteer State", with an estimated population of 6,549, 352. The capital cities are Nashville, Memphis, and Knoxville. Highways I-22, I-26, and I-81 are the major highways in Tennessee. The Tennessee Department of Transportation is TDOT.
The largest tributary to the Ohio River is the Tennessee River. It measures 652 miles in length and is located in the Southeastern United States, in the Tennessee Valley. You can visit a variety of sights while you are in Tennessee. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the United States is located on the Ridgeline of Great Smoky Mountains. Two-story museum, the Titanic Museum, is designed after RMS Titanic. It's located in Pigeon Forge (Tennessee) and was opened April 8, 2010. It was built to a half-scale of the original ship. Graceland, which is located on a 13.8-acre Memphis estate, Tennessee, was once home to Elvis Presley. It can be found at 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard, Whitehaven.