Public Meeting Notice

The Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), will conduct an open forum Location and Design Public Hearing to present and discuss the Environmental Assessment (EA) and proposed design plans. This project proposes to improve Interstate 30 from Interstate 530 and Interstate 440 to Interstate 40; including the Arkansas River Bridge, and a portion of I-40 from Highway 365 (MacArthur Drive) to Highway 67/167 including associated interchanges.

The public hearing will present the proposed preferred alternative, the 6-Lane with Collector/Distributor (C/D) Lanes with Split Diamond Interchange (SDI) at the Highway 10 interchange.

The public is invited to visit anytime during the scheduled hours to view exhibits, ask questions, and offer comments.

Thursday, July 12, 2018
4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Wyndham Riverfront (Silver City Rooms)
2 Riverfront Place
North Little Rock, AR

Public Comments
The proposed preferred alternative is the 6-Lane with Collector/Distributor (C/D) Lanes with Split Diamond Interchange (SDI) at the Highway 10 Interchange. Please provide comments on the preferred alternative.

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Jon Hetzel, Communications Manager



“We Are Here” Project Status

Preferred Alternative Overview

Preferred Alternative

Environmental Assessment and Park Documents

Outreach and Comments


Meeting Materials


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