Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Roundabout construction set in War Memorial Park

Posted By on Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 1:12 PM

click to enlarge ROUNDABOUT COMING: To this intersection.
  • ROUNDABOUT COMING: To this intersection.

You have been warned:

 Little Rock Public Works will commence construction around July 21, 2016, on a new roundabout intersection at the intersection of Zoo Drive with Fair Park Boulevard. Construction is expected to last approximately 4 months.

Fair Park and Zoo Drive are planned to remain open to through traffic for much of the construction project, however, there will be lane shifts through the construction zone and occasional brief detours. Motorists should expect delays and exercise caution when driving through the work zone.

Where possible, motorists are encouraged to use other routes through the area including University Avenue, Jonesboro Drive, and Pine/Cedar streets during construction. Updates to the project status will be issued as work progresses. 

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