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A Highway 10 traffic solution recommendation

Posted By on Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 7:25 AM

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The Arkansas Department of Transportation has announced its preferences for interchange and other improvements along the Highway 10 corridor between Pleasant Valley Drive and Pleasant Ridge Road. (The Interstate 430 interchange is a major issue for the burgeoning corridor and an improvement project is already in progress there.)

in highway speak, the preference is a Single Point Urban Interchange, or SPUI. This recommendation follows public hearings and further hearings are planned on the preferred alternative.

The department has a video illustrating the idea here. A lot of strands of spaghetti.


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