Chapman HighwayKimley-Horn and Associates is conducting a Chapman Highway Corridor Study for the segment within the City of Knoxville. The community planning process will result in a prioritized list of transportation improvements that are consistent with land use and livability goals from previous planning efforts. The TPO is managing the study for the City.
Hardin ValleyThe Knoxville-Knox County Metropolitan Planning Commission is working with consultants to develop a Hardin Valley Mobility Study. This study will examine existing and future mobility needs, consider existing and potential north/south corridors and well as east/west corridors, and identify and prioritize needs to improve safety and traffic flow.
John Sevier Scenic HighwayThe Knoxville-Knox County Metropolitan Planning Commission, at the request of the Knox County Commission, is conducting a study addressing development issues along the John Sevier Scenic Highway Corridor. This study will develop policy recommendations to protect rich historic assets, rural character and scenic qualities of the corridor.
Northshore Drive Corridor StudyThe TPO worked with consultants to produce the Northshore Drive Corridor Study. The final report evaluates existing and future conditions at specific locations along the corridor and recommends improvements that support the County’s long-term vision for the corridor.
Springbrook FarmThe City of Alcoa completed a master plan for a 265-acre site once occupied by the ALCOA Inc. West Plant. The Springbrook Farm Master/Vision plan, which received funding from the TPO, was endorsed by the Alcoa Commission in November 2017.
Other Plans + Reports
Road Management Guidelines and Considerations for the Great Smoky Mountains Scenic BywayBy understanding the language, application and flexibility within national transportation programs, the Great Smoky Mountains Byway can protect key intrinsic qualities of the byway route and region while upholding standards for highway safety and efficiency.
By understanding the language, application and flexibility within national transportation programs, the Great Smoky Mountains Byway can protect key intrinsic qualities of the byway route and region while upholding standards for highway safety and efficiency.