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The Kentucky Transportation Department has announced its plans for road work that will result in delays or road closures in upcoming days.
All work is tentatively scheduled for the listed times and days, though changes are possible based upon weather, emergencies and other factors.
Drivers are asked to use caution when driving through areas where road construction is underway.
Road condition reports for District 11 routes are available by calling 511 or by visiting the 511 travel and traffic information web site at http://511.ky.gov.
Here are the highways scheduled for work:
—KY 1629 in Corbin will be closed to all traffic at mile point 0.5 near the U.S. 25E junction on from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. today (Tuesday) to allow crews to replace a failed cross drain.
—U.S. 25W in Corbin will be closed at the Laurel-Whitley County line beginning at 8 a.m. today (Tuesday) and concluding at 8 a.m. Friday to allow crews to perform bridge maintenance.
—KY 192 in Laurel County will be reduced to one lane at mile point 0.02 (near the Pulaski County line) beginning Thursday, Nov. 15, and concluding on Friday, Dec. 21, to allow crews to perform bridge maintenance. Temporary signals will be used for traffic control.
—KY 3630 in Laurel County will be reduced to one lane at mile point 0.97 (near the Sugar Camp Road junction) through Friday, Dec. 21, to allow crews to perform bridge maintenance. Temporary signals will be used for traffic control.
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