Lane Closures Begin Tuesday On KY 192 In Laurel County

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/10 9:04 pm
The state is reminding drivers that lane closures will be in effect for the next few weeks on KY 192 in Laurel County.

Crews will be repairing failing sections of concrete pavement.

Starting Tuesday, some lanes will be closed between mile points 18.2 to 22.

That's the intersection of I-75 to Hal Rogers Parkway.

The first two weeks of work will take place during the day.

The state said Monday that the lane closures will be switched to evening hours once weather and temperatures permit.

As of now, crews plan to work on the stretch of highway until April 11th.

Drivers should note that the closures could change.

Click here to get the latest updates on road conditions throughout Kentucky.






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