These projects contribute to the six-lane widening of Interstate 49 between Fayetteville and Bentonville. The additional lanes will increase capacity and improve traveler safety.Project Details
This project continues the widening of Interstate 630 eastward from the Big Rock Interchange. When complete, the additional lanes will increase capacity and improve traveler safety.Project Details
This project proposes to widen, reconstruct, and rehabilitate portions of Interstates 30 and 40, including widening the Arkansas River Bridge. The corridor will extend generally from Interstate 530 to Highway 67.Project Details
Through a voter-approved constitutional amendment, the people of Arkansas passed a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to improve highway and infrastructure projects.More
Thirty-six projects in 19 corridors across Arkansas are included in the CAP, which improves transportation connections to the four corners of Arkansas.More
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Continuing Sunday evening, June 25, crews will be working within the U.S. Highway 67 median between Vandenberg Boulevard in Jacksonville and State Highway 5 in Cabot.
Continuing Sunday night, June 25, crews will be working on box culvert construction under T.P. White Drive and John Harden Drive adjacent to U.S. Highway 67 between Vandenberg Boulevard in Jacksonville and State Highway 5 in Cabot.
Beginning Friday, June 23, crews will close the eastbound lane between Ohana Terrace and the Highway 70 Rest Area to install reinforced concrete pipes.
Continuing Friday night, June 23, crews will remove the barrier wall along the inside lanes of northbound and southbound I-49.
Beginning Monday, June 26, one lane of traffic will remain open on State Highway 112 between Carrie Smith Road and West Miller Road as crews lay asphalt pavement.
Weather permitting; workers will close all northbound lanes of I-49 for 15-minute intervals between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. from Friday night, June 16 through Saturday morning, June 24.