CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - The section of State Route 108 near mile marker 24 between the towns of Viola in Warren County and Altamont in Grundy County was reopened to traffic late yesterday afternoon. The contractor, Wright Brothers Construction, successfully completed the emergency repairs from the February 20 rockslide that resulted in an estimated 23,000 tons of sandstone rock falling onto the roadway.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Crews continue working around the clock to clear State Route 108 at the site of a rockslide in Grundy County. Shortly after midnight CST on Sunday, February 20, a major rockslide occurred on SR-108 near mile marker 24, resulting in the total closure of a portion of the roadway between the towns of Viola in Warren County and Altamont in Grundy County. This section of SR-108 averages approximately 2,050 vehicles per day.