The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department will hold a public meeting in North Little Rock to discuss and present plans to widen Interstate 30 in Little Rock and North Little Rock.
The public meeting will include updates since the last public meeting held on October 22, 2015. These updates include the continued refinement of both the 8-lane General Purpose and 6-Lane with Collector/Distributor Lanes (previously called the PEL Recommendation 10-lane with Downtown C/D) alternatives, traffic modeling of both alternatives, interchange options for access to downtown Little Rock, and the initiation of the environmental evaluation process for both corridor alternatives. The meeting will begin with a presentation at 5:15 p.m. followed by an “open house” where the public is invited to view maps and exhibits, ask questions, and offer comments about the proposed project.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
From: 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Presentation: 5:15 p.m.
Wyndham Riverfront (Silver City Rooms)
2 Riverfront Place, North Little Rock, AR
Jon Hetzel, Communications Manager – Connecting Arkansas Program
3D Simulation – 8-Lane & 6-Lane/CD (SPUI)
3D Simulation – 8-Lane & 6-Lane/CD (Split Diamond)
Future No Build Simulation
8-Lane GP (SPUI) Simulation
8-Lane GP (Split Diamond) Simulation
6-Lane with C/D (SPUI) Simulation
6-Lane with C/D (Split Diamond) Simulation
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