State Route 158
State Route 158 (SR 158) is a west-to-east highway in the city of Knoxville in the U.S. state of Tennessee.
The route is 4.6 miles (7.4 km) long. Its western terminus is at Kingston Pike (U.S. Route 11 or US 11, US 70, and SR 1). Its eastern terminus is at Interstate 40 (I-40) at exit 388A. Portions of the highway are known as Neyland Drive and James White Parkway. The entire limited-access highway serves as a bypass of Downtown Knoxville and as a direct connector to the University of Tennessee (UT) campus and athletic facilities. Given its direct access to such facilities such as Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling Arena, SR 158 has been locally nicknamed "Game Day Highway.SR 158 begins as a secondary highway known as Neyland Drive at an intersection with Kingston Pike (US 11/US 70/SR 1). It goes east as a 4-lane undivided highway to have an interchange with US 129/SR 115 (Alcoa Highway) before having a signalized intersection with Joe Johnson Drive (SR 450).
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