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Traffic Advisory - (Updated) I-65 near Elizabethtown/Glendale

Southbound lanes at MM 90.5 affected. When this project is complete this fall, I-65 will be six lanes across Kentucky.
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By Chris Jessie, Public Information Officer
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, District 4, Elizabethtown, KY

Tonight (Mon 16 Apr 2018), Scotty's Contracting will be placing southbound traffic into divided lanes near Mile Marker 90.5 at Elizabethtown.

Work will begin around 6pmCT/7pmET Monday and continue through 6amCT/7amET Tuesday (all times Eastern).

During this process, southbound motorists will encounter varying lane closures along the work zone.

This configuration will begin just south of the Exit 91 interchange, so all lanes will have access to Exit 91 ramps.

With divided lanes, the southbound weigh station will be closed and Exit 86 will only be accessible from the right lane. The left lane will go thru from Exit 91 to Exit 81.

This is one of the final major traffic shifts planned as part of I65 widening.

Completion of project will be this fall, making the interstate at least six-lanes through all of Kentucky.

This story was posted on 2018-04-16 07:23:21
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