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Holiday travelers expected to see highway work zones

(Source: Raycom Media) (Source: Raycom Media)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - Lots of people will be on the roads this weekend. So with more cars could come more waiting while road crews continue their work.

The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department states drivers could experience work zones while traveling which may cause delays.

AHTD urges motorists to check IDriveArkansas.com when planning a trip to find ways around accidents and work zones.

The agency also listed the following major lane closures during Memorial Day travel:

Route

County

City

Mile Marker

Distance

One Lane Closed

Time

I-40

Crittenden

W. Memphis

277-282

5 miles

Both Directions

24 hours

I-430

Pulaski

Little Rock

5-6

1 mile

Southbound

24 hours

I-530

Pulaski/Saline

Little Rock

1-9

8 miles

Both Directions

24 hours

U.S. 67

White

Bald Knob

50-55

5 miles

Both Directions

24 hours


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