Project to replace approaches will restrict traffic to one lane for 2-3 months
If you travel on McCrory Lane from Pegram to the interstate or back, you will probably want to take an alternate route for the next several weeks.
Repairs to the McCrory Lane Bridge over the Harpeth River near the Davidson/Cheatham County line are expected to begin next week.
The project will replace concrete approaches at both ends of the bridge. To avoid closing the bridge, the approaches will be constructed one at a time. Temporary traffic signals installed at each end of the bridge will allow one lane of traffic to cross at a time.
Phase 1, scheduled to begin on Monday, August 27, will close the east side of the bridge, followed by Phase 2 which will close the west side. The expected duration of the work is approximately 12 weeks – 6 weeks for each phase – weather permitting.