U.S. 62 diversion in McCracken County to activate Wednesday night

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says it plans to activate a traffic diversion on Lovelaceville-Milan Road in McCracken County. 

The diversion will be activated Wednesday evening, KYTC says. Lovelaceville-Milan Road is part of U.S. 62, and the diversion is at U.S. 62 mile point 0.888. That’s about a mile east of Lovelaceville. 

The diversion will allow a new bridge to be built over Sugg Creek, which is on Lovelaceville-Milan Road between Womble Road and Kentucky 726.

In a news release sent Wednesday, KYTC spokesman Keith Todd says: "Negotiation of the diversion will require traffic to slow in this work zone."

He says the diversion was created over several weeks. 

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