The voter-approved Connecting Arkansas Program is one of the largest highway construction programs ever undertaken by the Arkansas Department of Transportation.

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CAP News What is the Connecting Arkansas Program?

Through a voter-approved constitutional amendment, the people of Arkansas passed a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to improve highway and infrastructure projects.

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CAP Projects Which Projects Are Being Funded By This program?

Thirty-six projects in 19 corridors across Arkansas are included in the CAP, which improves transportation connections to the four corners of Arkansas.

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A collection of some of the most frequently asked questions concerning the Connecting Arkansas Program and the projects funded by the 10-year, half-cent sales tax.

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The project to widen Interstate 30 in Saline County—the single-largest contract ever awarded by the Arkansas Highway Commission—is scheduled to begin construction Tuesday, May 7.

Construction Begins on Interstate 30 in Saline County

Highway 65: Van Buren County

The purpose of this project is to widen approximately 8 miles of U.S. Highway 65 to four lanes. The improvements extend from Clinton northward to State Highway 110.

Arkansas Highway Commission Approves Bid  for Improvements in Van Buren County (CA0801)

Highway 412: Lawrence/Greene County

The purpose of this project is to widen approximately 14.3 miles of U.S. Highway 412 to four lanes between U.S. Highway 67 and State Highway 141, west of Paragould. 

Arkansas Highway Commission Approves Bid  for Improvements in Greene & Lawrence County (CA1003)

I-30: Pulaski County

The Arkansas State Highway Commission approved selection of Kiewit-Massman Constructors to provide design and construction of the 30 Crossing project upon the successful conclusion of an optimization and refinement period.

Arkansas State Highway Commission Approves Selection of 30 Crossing Design-Builder

The purpose of this project is to widen 5.4 miles of Interstate 30 to six lanes, reconstruct three interchanges, and replace five bridge structures between U.S. Highway 70 and Sevier Street in Benton.

Arkansas Highway Commission Approves Bid for Improvements in Saline County (CA0601)

I-630: Pulaski County

Construction contractor Manhattan Road & Bridge estimated that it would take 96 days to replace the bridge, resulting in a late October completion. However, crews worked hard to reopen the bridge 23 days early.

South Hughes Street Bridge in Little Rock to Reopen Three Weeks Early

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