Work on Interstate 30 Requires Lane Closures in    North Little Rock

Information Release
Arkansas Department of  Transportation 
NR 20-327
October 22, 2020

PULASKI  COUNTY (10-22) – Crews performing work along the Interstate 30 corridor in North Little Rock will require frontage road and city street lane closures, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) officials.

Weather permitting, crews will put the following closures into effect the week of Monday, October 26.

Traffic will be controlled by signage, construction barrels, and barriers. The public is advised to be cautious when traveling in the work zone and watch for slower traffic speeds.

The 30 Crossing project (Job CA0602) is part of ARDOT’s Connecting Arkansas Program that was approved by voters in 2012. It is being funded with the proceeds from the temporary ½-cent sales tax that is set to expire in 2023. The passage or failure of Issue 1 at the polls this November will have no impact on the 30 Crossing work that is beginning this fall, including the construction of a new Arkansas River bridge and improved access to both downtowns. More information on the CAP is available at ConnectingArkansasProgram.com.

Drivers should exercise caution when approaching and traveling through all highway work zones. Additional travel information can be found at IDriveArkansas.com or ARDOT.gov. You can also follow us on Twitter @myARDOT.

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