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Significant traffic delay for Westbound LBN Saturday

From Amber Hale

Somerset, KY - Motorists are advised that the westbound lanes of the Louie B. Nunn Cumberland Expressway will experience a significant delay Saturday, August 27, to accommodate the Somernites Car Cruise event.

Westbound lanes will be blocked at approximately 4pmET from the expressway's intersection with U.S. 27 (mile point 88.2) to its intersection with Kentucky Route 914 (mile point 86.1). At approximately 5pmET, the roadway will be blocked from KY 914 to Exit 78 (Nancy). The event is expected to be complete by 9pmET.

Westbound traffic will detour via KY 80 to Exit 78. Eastbound traffic will not be affected. Motorists are reminded that parking along the shoulders is prohibited.




This story was posted on 2022-08-26 14:54:08
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