| I-24|| US 70 (Lebanon Pike)|
| Davidson County, Tennessee, Wilson County, Tennessee|
State Route 171 runs south–north through Davidson and Wilson counties in the state of Tennessee. It connects Interstate 24 to U.S. Route 70.
Tennessee State Route 171 Wikipedia
Along TN-171's path, it passes through two cities: Antioch (technically not a city, but part of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County) and Mount Juliet.
TN-171 also traverses Percy Priest Lake (Stones River) and travels through Long Hunter State Park. It also passes by the former site of Starwood Amphitheatre, which was the Nashville area's premier outdoor music venue until it closed following the 2006 season.
TN-171 begins in Antioch (at the Interstate 24 interchage) in a large industrial park. As it travels northward, the area through which the road passes becomes more residential (with light commercial), until it crosses Percy Priest Lake. Once across the water, TN-171 travels through Long Hunter State Park for a short distance, before entering another residential area. Finally, the road ends in a dense commercial area, as it travels through the city of Mt. Juliet.
TN-171 has four names along its route:Old Hickory Boulevard (I-24 to US-41/US-70S)
Hobson Pike (US-41/70S to curve near Wilson/Davidson county line)
South Mt. Juliet Road (Curve near Wilson/Davidson county line to I-40)
North Mt. Juliet Road (I-40 to US-70)