Drive America’s Highways for 11 miles north along SR-22 from Huntingdon to McKenzie in Tennessee

We start the video at the intersection with US-70, at the Murphy gas station. Traveling briefly west, we soon turn north at the junction with US-70A while we bypass Huntingdon to the west. The first interchange we reach is SR-22, where we turn left (north) to travel to McKenzie.

Outside Huntingdon, SR-22 is a 4 lane highway, so the trip doesn’t take very long in light traffic. A few minutes later, we reach the junction with US-79, where we end the video turning northeast on 79 towards Paris.

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  1. countenanceblog the expat

    Stop-sign controlled intersection between two four-lane highways?

    • Interstate 411

      Quite a few of those in rural TN, actually