US 60 / Versailles Road Traffic Diversion Begins Tonight

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Updated: 5/07/2013 11:56 am
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Department of Highways, announced that a traffic diversion for US 60/Versailles Road will take place this evening at 6:00pm (weather permitting). The traffic switch is necessary for Phase IV of the project to begin.

All eastbound traffic on US 60 / Versailles Road will be shifted to the south side of the roadway. The diversion will allow work to be completed for the median.

Trucks will be required to travel in the left lane through the construction limits.

A reduced speed limit with double fines is also in place for violations that occur within the work zone.

Two lanes of US 60 / Versailles Road in each direction are currently open and will remain open.

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