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Traffic impact report for July 17 through July 21

(Serving Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson, Todd, and Warren Counties)

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (July 16, 2017) – The expected traffic impacts in District 3 for July 17 through July 21 are listed below. All work is subject to change. For more information checkout the new GoKY.ky.gov. Follow District 3 on Twitter @kytcdistrict3 and Facebook @kytcdistrict3. 

Interstate 65

Rehab project (mile point 31.2 to 35.2)- Milling and paving operations will continue. There will be double lane closures from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. The contractor will maintain two lanes of traffic through the daytime hours, but will manipulate traffic to complete the milling and paving of all three lanes in each direction.

KY 446 Spur Road/I-65 Ramps (Exit 28) – Ramps have temporary barrier wall and have narrow lanes with speed limit lowered to 35 mph. Traffic needs to slow down and pay attention to signs. The ramp traffic coming off I-65 NB onto KY 446 should Yield to traffic coming from I-65 southbound on that ramp. Signs and Message boards are posted with this information. Crews will continue to remove and replace the concrete with asphalt pavement.  Wide loads will be restricted. Clear lane width is approximately 10 feet.

Natcher Parkway

Lane closures are in place between the I-65 interchange and exit 9 while resurfacing is complete. Motorists need to be very cautious as vehicles entering the parkway need to yield to those already on the parkway. The project is expected to be completed at the end of August. The speed limit has been lowered to 55 mph until the project is complete. 

Butler County

 KY 79 Russellville Road (mile point 6.566 to 7.210) – Crews will continue grade and drain work. Motorists should anticipate work near the shoulder of the roadway and a one lane roadway to be controlled by flaggers.

KY 403 (mile point 12.106) – Crews will be performing bridge work. The roadway will be one lane controlled by traffic signals. Lane width will be approximately 12 feet. 

 

 

 

 
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