Reduced Speeds, Double Fines for I-75 Construction Project in Kentucky

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet reports that an I-75 pavement improvement project has begun on a 4-mile area in the Cut-in-the-Hill area between the Fort Mitchell-Dixie Highway area and MLK/12th Street (Exit 191) in Covington (186.7-190.7 mileposts).

Two lanes of traffic will be maintained at all times. Nighttime and weekend work will also take place. There is a left lane closure is in place at the 189 – 188 mile-marker on I-71/75 SB. The speed limit will be reduced from 55 MPH to 45 MPH in the project area. Double fines will be issued in the work zone.

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