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A relocation of U.S. Hwy. 27 through Oneida to relieve traffic congestion through the bottle-necked part of town between Oak Grove and Verdun Road has met with yet another delay.

The Tennessee Department of Transportation last week released its three-year plan of projects for roads across the state. In it, the purchase of right-of-way for a 2.9-mile section of U.S. Hwy. 27 through Oneida has been tapped for 2016.

That’s one year later than last year’s three-year plan, which slated right-of-way purchase for 2015.

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