Advance Notice: 30 Crossing Project Requires Significant Weekend Closure to I-30 in Little Rock

Information Release
Arkansas Department of  Transportation 
NR 21-208
June 30, 2021

PULASKI COUNTY (6-30) –  All Interstate 30 lanes in Little Rock between 6th Street and the Interstate 630 interchange will be closed the weekend of July 9, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) officials.

Weather permitting, crews will close the interstate and move traffic onto the I-30 frontage roads starting on Friday night, July 9 at 10 p.m. and continuing through Monday morning, July 12 at 5 a.m. See detour map NR 21-208-A for additional information. These operations are part of a maintenance of traffic plan to demolish the 9th Street bridge in order to reconstruct it.

NR 21-208 A

NR 21-208 B

During this work, the I-630 eastbound exit ramp to I-30 eastbound will also be closed. Traffic will take I-30 westbound to I-440 and return to I-30 as needed. See detour map NR 21-208-B for additional information.

Drivers should exercise caution when approaching and traveling through all highway work zones. A long-term and permanent travel impact interactive map is available at 30Crossing.com, along with additional project information. Additional travel information can be found at IDriveArkansas.com or ARDOT.gov. You can also follow us on Twitter @IDriveArkansas for traffic and @myARDOT for everything else.

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