Work on Interstate 30 Requires Lane Closures in Little Rock and North Little Rock

Information Release
Arkansas Department of  Transportation 
NR 20-086
March 13, 2020

PULASKI COUNTY (03-13) – Crews performing geotechnical sampling and drainage inspection along the Interstate 30 corridor in Little Rock and North Little Rock will require lane closures, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) officials.

Geotechnical boring and drainage inspection for design work on the 30 Crossing project will require eastbound and westbound lane closures in select areas on I-30 and adjacent ramps and local streets. Weather permitting, this work will occur Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20. Crews will close interstate lanes overnight between 8:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. and use daytime closures on ramps and city streets between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Traffic will be controlled with construction barrels and signage. Non-interstate traffic will also include flaggers. The public is advised to be cautious when traveling in the work zone.

The 30 Crossing project (Job CA0602) is part of ARDOT’s Connecting Arkansas Program. More information on the CAP 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 @myARDOT.

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