Lane restrictions for work zone set to begin on Thursday along I-24 Business Loop/U.S. 60 in downtown Paducah

Paducah Downtown Business Loop/U.S. 60 Lane Restriction: What You Need to Know

In downtown Paducah, a lane restriction is planned for the Interstate 24 Downtown Business Loop/U.S. 60 starting Thursday. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s contractor anticipates the work to take about a week to complete, as long as weather conditions permit.

During this time, motorists should be aware of lane restrictions at the Broadway intersections with Third Street and Fourth Street in Paducah. The contractor will focus on painting traffic signal poles, bases, and support arms. As a result, traffic will be reduced to one lane as drivers approach Broadway on the northbound one-way section of Third Street and southbound section of Fourth Street. Delays are expected during the movement and placement of equipment, so drivers are asked to exercise caution around equipment, flaggers, and workers.

The lane restriction and maintenance work are necessary for improving the infrastructure and ensuring the safety of motorists in the area. Motorists are encouraged to plan ahead, be patient, and follow any instructions provided by flaggers or personnel in the work zone.

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