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Traffic Advisory: I-65 Southbound in Hardin County

On Tuesday night, October 16th, Scotty's Contracting will be closing the right lane of the divided I65 section south of Elizabethtown to install traffic measurement devices in the pavement. The lane closure will begin at Milepoint 91 and run through Milepoint 83.

Traffic will be directed into the left lane of the divided section commonly referred to as the "chute," which will effectively close Southbound Exit 86 at Glendale. Southbound motorists wishing to access Exit 86 will either have to utilize Southbound Exit 91 to Southbound US 31W or proceed to Southbound Exit 81 and utilize Northbound I65 back to Exit 86.

This closure will begin at 7pmET, and the lane and exit should reopen by 6amET the following morning.




This story was posted on 2018-10-15 14:27:14
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