I-30E On-ramp at Curtis Sykes Drive in North Little Rock to be Permanently Closed

Arkansas Department of  Transportation 
NR 22-145

PULASKI   COUNTY | June 22, 2022

The Interstate 30 eastbound on-ramp at Curtis Sykes Drive in North Little Rock will permanently close Monday evening, June 27 as part of the interstate and ramp construction work at the I-30/I-40 interchange.

The current on-ramp at Curtis Sykes Drive does not meet current design standards and does not allow for the safe movement of ramp traffic to access I-40 westbound. Weather permitting, this closure Monday evening will allow crews to continue constructing a new
I-30 eastbound to I-40 eastbound flyover ramp as well as a new on-ramp from the northbound frontage road to I-40 eastbound.

Traffic at Curtis Sykes Drive can access I-30 eastbound and the interchange with I-40 by taking the I-30 westbound ramp at Curtis Sykes Drive, using the Exit 141B ramp to Bishop Lindsey Avenue, and returning to I-30 eastbound. Depending on location, traffic can also use North Hills Boulevard and North Main Street to access I-40.

See detour map NR 22-133-A for additional information.

A long-term and permanent travel impact interactive map is available at 30Crossing.com, along with additional project information.

NR 22-133-A

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