The Tennessee Mountains in the Ozark Mountains of Tennessee have long been home to some of the most beautiful mountains in the country.
In fact, the range has been described as the most famous mountain range in the U.S.
A recent photo posted on social media showed the Ozarks National Scenic Byway, the world’s longest highway, in full view, in the middle of the Ozaras mountains.
While there’s no doubt the Ozars are beautiful, the National Scene has been called a “ghost town” in the past due to its lack of residents, according to local media outlet The Tennessean.
The National Scenis National Byway runs from Knoxville, Tennessee to the Ozak Mountains in southern Tennessee.
However, according a local news outlet, some locals have complained about the road being “incomplete, unreliable, dangerous and congested.”
In a recent story published by The Tenneseean, a man said he was left stranded on the road due to a lack of passengers.
According to The Tennessan, the highway is currently “under construction and a lot of work is still to be done, including the construction of a new bridge that will be able to handle all of the traffic, including a new exit.”
The highway will also need a new median that will keep people from traveling on the highway.
According the The Tennessee Times, the road’s “main bottleneck” will be the highway’s “signalized intersections” where vehicles will have to stop at designated spots to wait for a signal.
However the Times also reported that a “number of accidents have occurred” due to drivers who “failed to signal at the signalized intersections.”
The Tennessee Times also quoted a driver who told the paper that he felt unsafe when the highway “didn’t have a sign on it to warn people to slow down.”
According to the Tennesseans article, traffic deaths on the National Byways highways are “on the rise,” as people are now using the interstate highways in the area.
The Times reported that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports “there were 876 fatal car crashes on the Tennessee National Bypass in 2017.
In 2018, that number jumped to 1,946.”
In the past year, the Tennesseeas National Scenery Reserve has been hit with a slew of accidents involving vehicles.
The state of Tennessee reported “an average of 14 crashes per week between December and May of this year.”
The Tennenews reported that “more than 3,000 vehicles have been damaged or lost on the national landscape over that period of time.”
In addition to the National Escarpment Trail, the Tennessee Scenic Area also hosts some of America’s most famous mountains, such as Mount Rushmore, Mt.
Adams, and Mount St. Helens.