Get ready for more road work this weekend in northern Kentucky, but this time it won’t be on southbound 471.
Starting Friday evening at 8 o’clock, westbound 275 will be reduced to a single lane near the interchange with 471. The half mile closure will allow crews to restore the normal traffic configuration on that part of the interstate. The work is expected to be complete by Sunday morning.
Get ready for another weekend of traffic delays on Southbound 471 in northern Kentucky. Starting Friday evening, work crews will once again be working on the final pavement surface as a major reconstruction project begins to come to an end.
Starting at 10 p.m. Friday south 471 from near Grand Avenue to the U.S. 27 intersection in Highland Heights will be reduced to a single lane until Monday at 6 a.m.
Entrance and exit ramps may also be shutdown as pavement is placed in front of the ramps.
Kentucky transportation officials say last weekend's rain delayed some of the resurfacing on Southbound 471. But crews have been working around the clock to keep things on schedule to be completed by the first week of November.
Once again this weekend you likely will want to find an alternate route and avoid South 471.
It could be a slow go for drivers on Southbound 471 in Northern Kentucky this weekend as crews get ready for Phase II of this summer's reconstruction project. Officials are suggesting you find an alternate route.
Starting at seven Friday evening and continuing through Monday morning, traffic will be reduced to one lane between Kentucky 8 and US 27 in Highland Heights.
Workers will be installing a temporary concrete barrier wall and pavement markings.
Orange barrels and lane shifts are now in place on southbound 471 as a major reconstruction project gets started. That's likely to slow the evening commute for drivers leaving downtown Cincinnati for northern Kentucky and the east side.
But those delays will likely grow even longer in July when work starts on repairing the deck of the Daniel Carter Beard, or Big Mac, Bridge.