Nighttime road work planned in McCracken County

Lane restrictions are planned to allow nighttime roadwork starting Sunday on Lone Oak Road in McCracken County, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. 

KYTC spokesman Keith Todd said crews will be sawing traffic signal loops along Lone Oak Road to prepare for night milling and paving work that will come later. 

The work zone is from the Kentucky 1241 intersection at mile point 5.785 to the U.S. 62/Kentucky 731 Intersection at mile point 9.224. Todd said drivers should be prepared to encounter short lane restrictions at the intersections in the zone. Signals will be put up.

Milling work is to start around July 6, followed by paving around July 13. 

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