Interstate 30 Construction Requires Lane Closures in Little Rock and North Little Rock

Work on Interstate 30 in Little Rock and North Little Rock involves weekly lane closures.

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PULASKI COUNTY | August 5, 2022

Work on Interstate 30 in Little Rock and North Little Rock involves weekly lane closures.

Weather permitting, the following travel impacts are expected to occur next week, beginning Monday, August 8. Double-lane closures on interstate lanes will generally be limited to 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. Traffic will be controlled by construction barrels and signage. Drivers should exercise caution when approaching and traveling through all work zones.

Daytime closures (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

  • I-30 frontage roads (single-lane closures) between 4th and 10th streets in Little Rock (6:30 a.m. start time)
  • Broadway Street eastbound (single-lane closure) between the frontage roads in North Little Rock (9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.)

Overnight closures (8 p.m. – 5 a.m.)

  • I-30 (single- and double-lane closures) between I-630 in Little Rock and I-40 in North Little Rock
  • I-30/I-40 lanes and ramps (single-lane closures) at the north terminal in North Little Rock
  • I-630 eastbound ramp to I-30 eastbound (full closure) in Little Rock; ramp detour signed to exit to northbound frontage road
  • I-30 frontage road (single-lane closure) between 4th and 10th streets in Little Rock (6 p.m. start time)
  • Broadway Street eastbound (single-lane closure) between the frontage roads in North Little Rock (11 p.m. start time)
  • President Clinton Avenue (full closure) between Sherman Street and Dean Kumpuris in Little Rock; detour signed to use 3rd Street
  • River Market Avenue (single-lane closure) north of 2nd Street in Little Rock
24-hour closures
  • Mahlon Martin (full closure) between President Clinton Avenue and 3rd Street in Little Rock; detours signed
  • 6th Street bridge (full closure) for reconstruction in Little Rock; detours signed to use the 9th Street bridge or 3rd Street
  • Sherman Street (full closure) between President Clinton Avenue and 2nd Street in Little Rock; detour signed to use River Market Avenue
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