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Construction Requires Lane Closure on U.S. Highway 412 in Greene and Lawrence Counties

Crews will close the westbound outside lane (passing lane) at the Cache River bridge to allow westbound construction to continue.Aug 03 2020 to Dec 31 2020

Construction Requires Lane Closure on U.S. Highway 412 in Greene & Lawrence Counties

Crews will alternately close a lane on eastbound and westbound U.S. Highway 412 to install drainage pipes across the road approximately 4 miles east of the interchange with U.S. Highway 67.Jun 08 2020 to Jun 12 2020

Construction Requires Traffic Shift on U.S. Highway 412 in Greene and Lawrence Counties

Eastbound and westbound traffic on U.S. Highway 412 will shift to new pavement sections to detour around areas with bridge removal and replacement construction. Dec 13 2019 to Sep 30 2020

Construction Requires Traffic Shift on U.S. Highway 412 in Greene and Lawrence Counties

Eastbound and westbound traffic on U.S. Highway 412 will shift to the north onto new pavement sections to detour around construction of drainage structures.Nov 25 2019 to Sep 30 2020

Construction Requires Lane Closures on U.S. Highway 412 in Greene County

Traffic will be reduced to one open lane between Greene County Road 204 and Greene County Road 332. Eastbound and westbound lanes will alternately be closed for asphalt overlay operations. Jun 13 2019 to Jun 28 2019

Construction Requires Lane Closures on U.S. Highway 412 in Lawrence and Greene Counties

Traffic on U.S. Highway 412 will be reduced to one open lane as eastbound and westbound lanes are alternately closed in isolated areas for cross drain installation and asphalt overlay operations. Jun 04 2019 to Jun 15 2019

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