Lane restriction on Interstate 24 for repair on bridge joint

A portion of Interstate 24 will be down to one lane Friday.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says westbound traffic on I-24 will be down to one lane near the Livingston-Marshall County Line so that crews can fix a joint on the Tennessee River Bridge.

This is near mile marker 31.

A piece of metal on a joint has come loose and needs to be welded back into place.

The lane restriction will be put in place at 7:30 a.m. and is expected to last 3 to 4 hours.

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