Travelers will find relief in western Kentucky work zones

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Travelers on the Audubon and former Pennyrile parkways will find some relief from work zone slowdowns.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says work zone lane restrictions will come down Wednesday and remain off until Jan. 4.

On Interstate 69, or the former Pennyrile Parkway, the area affected is in Hopkins, Webster and Henderson counties, running from mile point 37.7 to 73.4 and includes work at the new interchange with Kentucky 56 at Sebree.

On the Audubon Parkway in Henderson County, the work zone was being removed last week, running from mile point 0.0 to 8.5. The cabinet says work has progressed to a point that all four lanes should be reopened to traffic with only some minor work left to complete by Christmas Eve.


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