Crews will be repairing the southbound shoulder within a 5-mile construction area between Highways 157 and 167.
Crews will be installing a precast barrier wall along eastbound and westbound inside lanes on Interstate 40 between Highway 365 at the Morgan/Maumelle exit to Interstate 430 in North Little Rock.
Since extensive highway improvements are underway, drivers will likely face work zones and possible delays due to increased traffic volume.
The lane closures will be Thursday, November 20th and Friday, November 21st, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
A fleet of belly plows will help crews this winter season. The department already has 7 of them, 19 more will be delivered at the end of November. They are also looking at increasing their manpower.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday afternoon marks the milestone.
The inside southbound lane of Interstate I-530 near Exit 24 will be closed 24 hours a day for up to three days.
Crews will be resurfacing sections of Highway 425. The work will extend north from near Star City to the Jefferson County Line. The work will reduce traffic to one lane within the work zone.
The work will require closing the westbound outside lane. The lane closure will extend west from the Interstate 30/Highway 70 Interchange to just east of the Hot Spring County line.
Crews will be resurfacing sections of the highway between Leola and the intersection of Hwy. 46 and Hwy. 190.
Crews will be inspecting the bridge over the Arkansas River. The work will require closing the eastbound and westbound outside lanes.
Crews will be inspecting a bridge located near the Pines Mall.
Carroll Electric Cooperative will be replacing an overhead powerline.
Projects ahead for I-49, Highway 71B.
Inspection discovers problem with concrete section, work now being redone.
Work begins Sept. 22 and wraps up on Sept. 25.
The three main laws being examined include: Texting While Driving, Electronic Device Being Used by Under 18, and Must Use Hands Free Device.
Crews will finish work on 100 feet of sidewalk. The work will require closing the southbound outside lane Shackleford Road. The closure will extend from the I-630/ Shackleford Rd. overpass that’s under construction, to just south of Hermitage Road.
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.