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Know Before You Go: Week of December 23

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Due to the holidays, there will be no blasting the week of December 23 or December 30 at both the Indiana and east end bridge locations. Normal blasting schedules will resume the week of January 6th.

In Indiana, Port Road traffic has been shifted west to the current southbound lanes in the vicinity of Centennial Boulevard and the SR 265 and SR 62 interchange. This arrangement will likely continue for approximately one year.

Beginning December 20, the current westbound lanes of SR 265 will be closed with traffic utilizing newly constructed crossovers. All eastbound and westbound traffic will use the current eastbound lanes.

In Downtown Louisville, the right lane and right parking lane on eastbound Market Street from Jackson Street to Hancock Street are scheduled to be closed through Saturday, December 28 for work on a retaining wall.

The right lane and right parking lane on Preston Street from Market Street to Liberty Street are scheduled to be closed through Saturday, December 28 for pile driving. And the left lane and both parking lanes on Jefferson Street from Jackson Street to Preston Street are scheduled to be closed through Saturday, December 28 for pile driving and excavation work.

Work scheduled to begin Thursday, December 26:

The left lane of I-64 East from 9th Street to the I-71 North exit ramp is scheduled to close overnight Thursday, December 26-Saturday, December 28 to set bridge beams.  It's expected to close around 9 p.m. and reopen by 5 a.m. each day.

Louisville Streets:

Work scheduled to begin Thursday, December 26:

Witherspoon Street from River Road to Adams Street is scheduled to close overnight Thursday, December 26-Saturday, December 28 to set bridge beams.  It's expected to close around 8 p.m. and reopen by 6 a.m. each day.

For more information and daily updates on construction and traffic changes, visit here.

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