Work on I-30 in Saline County Requires Overnight Closures of Highway 67/229
Arkansas Department of Transportation
May 4, 2021
SALINE COUNTY (5-4) – Construction to widen Interstate 30 to six lanes in Saline County requires overnight closures of Highway 67/229 below the I-30 bridge, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) officials.
Weather permitting, crews will close Hwy. 67/229 below I-30 at Haskell Exit 114, between the Frontage Road north of I-30 and Pawnee Drive on Friday night, May 7 between 11:59 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., and Saturday night, May 8, between 11 p.m. and 9 a.m.
Crews will be demolishing the existing I-30 westbound bridge once traffic is shifted to the new bridge bypass on Wednesday. Traffic detours will be in place. See attached detour map NR 21-120-A.
Traffic will be controlled with construction barricades, traffic barrels and signage. The public is advised to be cautious when traveling in the work zone and watch for slower traffic speeds. Areas adjacent to the Interstate may experience noise impacts during nighttime hours.
This project (Job CA0601) is part of ARDOT’s Connecting Arkansas Program and includes widening 5.5 miles of Interstate 30 to three lanes in each direction, from the interchange with U.S. Highway 70 (Exit 111) to Sevier Street in Benton (Exit 116). The project also includes improvements at the Highway 67 interchange (Exit 114). More information on this $187.3 million project 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 @IDriveArkansas for traffic and @myARDOT for everything else.
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