Article by TDOT Commissioner Clay Bright Tennessee’s transportation system is recognized as one of the best in the nation. In July, CNBC’s annual study, “America’s Top States for Business,” ranked the state as fourth in the country for infrastructure. Tennessee’s 96,167 miles of public roads play an essential role in driving the economy and connecting communities and… Read More

The Tennessee Department of Transportation is launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More

Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee (NTT), the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More

The Tennessee Department of Transportation continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More

The Tennessee Department of Transportation continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More

Nashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee (NTT), the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — In 2020, the Tennessee Department of Transportation and their community partners removed 21 million pounds of litter from roadways and cleaned up 4,023 illegal roadside dumps across the state. To help end littering, TDOT began the Nobody Trashes Tennessee Campaign. Read More

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – The Tennessee Department of Transportation launched their newest phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign Tuesday. Read More

The next phase of the campaign includes expanded statewide public education initiatives and additional resources and support for TDOT’s 95 county partners. The litter on Tennessee’s 96,167 miles of public roads – 4,022 of which are classified as scenic – impacts public safety, takes away from the state’s natural beauty, and is an enormous financial and environmental burden to the state, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation. Read More

NASHVILLE — Tennessee Department of Transportation continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More