Drivers advised not to exceed 55 mph in the construction zone near Redmond Rd. and Main Street.
Crews are taking pavement samples on I-630 between the Baptist Health exit and University Avenue. The work will reduce eastbound and westbound traffic to two lanes in the construction zone.
Labor Day travelers urged to visit IDriveArkansas.com before hitting the road.
Crews will be installing a new sign between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. each day.
Starting nightly on Sunday at 9 p.m. and continuing through the next morning at 5 a.m. until Friday.
The town's mayor says it won't reopen until Monday.
Public input sought on a new 2 lane connector that will extend north from Hwy. 36, just west of Honey Hill Rd., cross Collins Rd. and then curve east to Hwy. 16.
Crews are reconstructing a 3.8 mile area west of Brinkley. The work will reduce westbound traffic to one lane between Bayou DeView and the Cache River.
The southbound entrance ramp will be closed beginning at 7 a.m. and will be closed for periods of up to one hour through 10 a.m.
Crews will close the I-630 eastbound outside lane between Hermitage Rd. and the Baptist Hospital off-ramp to remove wood platforms beneath the I-630 west to I-430 south bridge.
Crews will be resurfacing Hwy. 35 north of Rison. The work will extend south on 35 from the Grant Co. Line to Hwy. 79 in Rison.
Crews will be repairing the centerline of Highway 270 (Martin Luther King Expressway) Aug. 18-20.
Crews will be inspecting the bridge over the Saline River, just west of Benton (Mile Marker 114) Aug. 12-13.
Crews will be resurfacing Highway 53. The work will be performed between Highway 26 and Highway 51, southwest of Arkadelphia. The work will reduce traffic to one lane.
Friday morning wreck in westbound lanes between Barrow Rd. and Mississippi Ave. also closes eastbound lanes.
All traffic will be diverted across the Hwy. 38 ramps between the hours of 11 p.m. and 5 a.m., continuing nightly through Friday, Aug. 8. at 5 a.m.
Crews have completed part of their work in removing a damaged tractor trailer rig after an overnight accident. The work shutdown traffic for five hours Friday.
The Wednesday morning accident toppled four power poles and stalled rush hour traffic for more than hour.
Work will be in the area between 65th St. and the I-530 interchange.
Beginning Monday, June 30, lane closures are expected between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. in either the eastbound or westbound directions of Highway 64 from the Arkansas River Bridge to I-540.