Tennessee getting $11 million for Interstate 40 project

Published 8:57 am Tuesday, June 16, 2020

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MEMPHIS (AP) — Tennessee’s Department of Transportation is receiving $11.2 million for installation of closed-circuit cameras and other devices along Interstate 40, U.S. Rep. David Kustoff’s office said.
The West Tennessee Republican said in a statement Monday that the federal transportation grant will fund a project to install 143 miles (230 kilometers) of fiber optic communications in 10 counties that sit along a heavily traveled stretch of I-40 between Memphis and Nashville.
The project will include the deployment of closed circuit TV cameras, dynamic message signs, road weather sensors, and other technology.
Included in the project are Fayette, Haywood, Madison, Henderson, Carroll, Decatur, Benton, Humphreys, Hickman and Dickson counties.

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