This project proposes to enhance one of the most traveled roads in Arkansas. When complete, the improvements will enhance the transportation connection through central Arkansas, increase capacity, and improve traveler safety.
Use the map below to view various current travel impacts, including permanent closures, temporary closures, and changes in traffic patterns. Zoom in and scroll to find a specific area of the I-30 corridor in Little Rock and North Little Rock. Click on a line to see travel impact information such as location, time frame, and detour map (download if available).
To view construction progress photos, zoom in and scroll to find a camera icon and click it to see the most recent photos in a project area. When you have located a photo, click on the image to open it full screen. Photos updated February 6, 2023.
Jun 05, 2023 – Jun 11, 2023
Work on Interstate 30 in Little Rock and North Little Rock involves weekly lane closures.Read More »
Oct 01, 2022
Construction on the 30 Crossing project will require a long-term closure of McGowen Street in Little Rock in early October.Read More »
Sep 19, 2022
The contractor for the 30 Crossing project will begin bridge demolition operations on Monday, September 19.Read More »
View the latest construction drone photos of the 30 Crossing project. Aerial photos provided by Kiewit Massman Construction.
Updated 5/31/23 . Click to download an exhibit showing Phase 1 construction milestone dates, which are preliminary and subject to change.
Click the image below to open the build out for the 30 Crossing project, Phase 1.
Phase 1 of the 30 Crossing Project includes areas of construction in Little Rock and North Little Rock. Remaining portions of the 30 Crossing project will be constructed in future phases.
There are several ramp improvements at the I-630 interchange.
Download Construction Phase 1 Map
Based upon the Environmental Assessment (EA), additional information included in the FONSI document, and the Disposition of Public Comments for the Location and Design Public Hearing, FHWA concludes that the proposed project will not have a significant impact on the environment.
Schedules are preliminary and are subject to change as project development progresses.
Through a voter-approved constitutional amendment, the people of Arkansas passed a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to improve highway and infrastructure projects.
Thirty-one projects in 19 corridors across Arkansas are included in the CAP, which improves transportation connections to the four corners of Arkansas.
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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