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Overview

This project contributes to the four-lane widening of Highway 64 between Conway and Beebe. When complete, the additional lanes will enhance the transportation connection between the cities, increase capacity, and improve traveler safety.

Project Updates

Job CA0501 Turner Road – County Road 5
This project widens approximately 3 miles of Highway 64 to four lanes, extending generally from Turner Road to County Road 5 in White County.

Construction Progress

84%

Updates:

  • Construction
    Work on the left side of the road includes shoulder rock. Work on the right side has completed shoulder rock and subgrade preparation. The asphalt contractor continues to make progress. Fencing on the left side is complete and the right side is underway.
  • Bid Opening
    Bids were opened by the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department in January 2016. The Arkansas State Highway Commission approved a bid for improvements by Bobby Kennedy Construction Company and awarded the project for $8.024 million.

Preliminary Schedule:

View CA0501 Project Map

Schedules are preliminary and are subject to change as project development progresses.

 

Travel Impacts

Improvements to U.S. Highway 64 Require Width Restrictions in White County

From Jun 24 2016

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