Monday, August 13, 2001

Repaving Interstate 64 in Louisville goes smoothly

The Associated Press

        LOUISVILLE — A $21 million project to repave Interstate 64 between I-264 and I-65 is under way and will reroute motorists on weekends, likely for several months.

        This past weekend was the first of 15 consecutive weekends that motorists normally using I-64 will be rerouted to Interstate 71, the I-264 and other major thoroughfares.

        There were no reports of major delays along the detour routes, officials said.

        The project is scheduled to end Nov. 19.


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