HENDERSON, Ky. -- A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to close a section of U.S. 41 and connecting ramps at the U.S. 41/I-69 Henderson Exit 10 interchange with the KY 425 Henderson Bypass starting Saturday, Aug. 10.
This closure of U.S. 41 and ramps at the east end of the Kentucky 425 Henderson Bypass, as well as connecting ramps between the Kentucky 425 Henderson Bypass and Interstate 69 at the south edge of Henderson is to allow concrete rehabilitation work.
This work zone closure runs from U.S. 41 mile point 10.75 at the U.S. 41 intersection with the Kentucky 425 Henderson Bypass and Kentucky 2084 extending northeastward to U.S. 41 mile point 11.525 at the end of the connecting ramps in the I-69/U.S. 41/Kentucky 425 interchange.
There will be a marked detour.
The contractor will be taking out deteriorated concrete pavement and replacing it with new concrete. Motorists should be alert for lane restrictions along Interstate 69 and U.S. 41 through the Exit 10 interchange. The lane restrictions are to allow trucks and other construction equipment to access the work area along the ramps.
Motorists should be prepared for this extended closure and detour starting at 6 a.m., CDT, on Saturday, Aug. 10.
Westate Construction of Hopkinsville is the prime contractor on this $1,459,761 highway improvement project. The target completion date is Nov. 15.