If you’re a visitor, you’ve probably seen the ads for the local transit system, KAT, and know it’s one of the best ways to get around town. The service operates three routes, and the Blue Line, Green Line, and Orange Line connect downtown residents and visitors to popular areas like Gay Street, Historic Old City, Market Square, and University of Tennessee.
The City of Knoxville has a traffic engineering team that works on reducing traffic speed and volume. As part of that effort, a recent survey asked drivers about their experiences driving on Knoxville’s streets and what improvements they would like to see in the future.
We’re now launching the next step in our roadway safety planning process: developing a list of roadways with excessive vehicle speeds that merit additional detailed speed and volume studies. This will help us develop strategies that support the City’s Vision Zero goal to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries on our roads.
A conviction for a moving violation can result in points being added to your driving record. If you accumulate too many points, you can lose your driver’s license.
Generally, you have up to 30 days from the date of the violation to pay it. You can also contact the court to request an extension.
If you’re a new driver or are worried about traffic in the area, you should consider taking a Tennessee driving school before getting your license. The classes can help you understand traffic laws, how to drive safely on the roads, and how to avoid accidents.