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Traffic Advisory: I-65 Northbound Entry Ramp in E-town

By Chris Jessie

The temporary closure of the entry ramp onto northbound I-65 from westbound Western Kentucky Parkway/Lincoln Parkway (Exit 91 Interchange) will begin Monday, April 1, 2019, at 7amCT/8amET. The closure is necessary for work to take place beneath the bridge over US 31W just north of the interchange. Work should be complete in approximately three weeks.

Motorists needing to access northbound I-65 will follow detour signs past the closed ramp to southbound I 65 and follow the interchange cloverleaf to access northbound I 65 from eastbound Western Kentucky Parkway/Lincoln Parkway.

This story was posted on 2019-03-27 18:28:59
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