These projects are part of the Bella Vista Bypass corridor that will connect in the future with Interstate 49 in McDonald County, Missouri. When complete, the bypass will provide direct access to businesses and community residents to the south and west of Bella Vista, improve transportation connectivity in northwest Arkansas, and improve safety.
Job CA0903 Highway 71 Interchange
This project constructs approximately 2.8 miles of highway with bridge structures and includes a new Bella Vista Bypass interchange with Highway 71 in Bentonville. The construction schedule will be coordinated with the Missouri Department of Transportation's timeline to construct its section of the bypass.
|During this phase of construction, which begins Tuesday, August 4, drivers should be aware that the roundabout will no longer be in use and to be prepared for new travel patterns. |
|Jul 31, 2020|
|Crews will close a section of the Wishing Springs Trail within the work zone |
|Aug 03, 2020|
|The northbound I-49 exit ramp to the existing roundabout (Exit 93) will be closed.Northbound I-49 mainlane traffic will be shifted onto temporary pavement prior to Exit 93. |
|Apr 27, 2020||Apr 27, 2021|
Job CA0904 Highway 71B – Highway 72 South
This project constructed approximately 6.4 miles of the Bella Vista Bypass, extending generally from Highway 71B in Benton County to Highway 72 South. The project involves the initial two lanes of a four-lane facility and a roundabout at Highway 71B.
Job CA0905 County Road 34 – Missouri State Line
This project constructed approximately 2.5 miles of the four-lane Bella Vista Bypass, extending generally from County Road 34 in Benton County to the Missouri state line. The construction schedule was coordinated with the Missouri Department of Transportation's timeline to construct its section of the bypass.
Schedules are preliminary and are subject to change as project development progresses.
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