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Road construction on LBN, I65, 31E, more
By Wes Watt
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, District 3 Bowling Green, KY - Below are some of the expected traffic impacts in District 3 for September 17 through September 21. All work is subject to change.
Louie B. Nunn Cumberland Parkway
(Barren/ Metcalfe Counties) - Work is to continue on a bridge maintenance contract on various bridges along the Louie B. Nunn Cumberland Parkway. The work will consist of cleaning, painting and applying a concrete coating to 28 bridges along the parkway. Expect lane closures to be in place at various bridges along the parkway and on the routes that pass beneath.
A major resurfacing project has started between mile marker 35 and mile marker 44 in both directions. The interstate will be down to one lane most nights from 7pmCT to 7amCT, weather depending. Motorists should use extreme caution and watch for slowed or stopped traffic. Law enforcement will be present during the overnight hours. One lane of this section may also be closed during the day. The project is expected to be finished in late November.
US 31-E Scottsville road- Crews will continue working on a bridge maintenance contract that will address multiple bridges over Barren River Lake. Temporary signals will be install and have traffic down to one lane across the bridges during working hours, the signals will be removed and traffic restored to normal outside of working hours. Motorist should expect small delays in the area due to the temporary signals during working hours.
US 31-E North L. Roger Wells Road - Contractors are expected to work on a preventative maintenance resurfacing project that will extend north from South Fork Road (KY 2207) to Lexington Drive. The work for this project will be primarily completed at night between the hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. Flaggers and/or lane closures will be present to maintain traffic through the nighttime working hours.
KY 255 Park City Bon Ayr Road- Contractors are expected to work on a resurfacing project along KY 255 between US 68 extending north to the CSX railroad overpass, a distance of 4.98 miles. Flaggers will be present to maintain traffic through the work zone.
KY 921 Thomerson Park Road- Contractors are expected to work on a resurfacing project along KY 921 between KY 87 extending north to KY 249, a distance of 3.83 miles. Flaggers will be present to maintain traffic through the work zone.
I-65 to US 31-W Connector - Work to connect a temporary tie-in to US 31-W from US 68 is underway. Mainly land clearing and off the roadway construction. Little impact to traffic is expected.
US 231 Morgantown Road - Preparation work is underway for an upcoming resurfacing project.
KY 214 Vernon Road from KY 100 to the Turkey Neck Bend Ferry - Crews will be present working on pipe replacements in preparation for a resurfacing project. Flaggers will be used and traffic down to one lane at various locations during working hours.
Construction of the Tompkinsville Bypass will continue. Folks in the community will notice signs placed in advance of the construction zones. Since it is a new route, most of the construction will take place away from traffic; however, as construction progresses, some traffic impacts will occur particularly at intersections. Notice will be given as these impacts happen throughout the course of the project. Cloyd Road has been closed to through traffic indefinitely.
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