Bullitt and Hardin Counties: I-65 Roadway Rehabilitation - CID: 231322

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​​Purpose​​
The project on Interstate 65 North and South in Bullitt and Hardin Counties from mile marker 104.7 to mile marker 110.7 consists of the full removal of the existing concrete pavement and the replacement of asphalt pavement.

Other Rolling Fork River corridor improvements include bridge repairs, subgrade repairs, and guardrail repairs/installation.

This project will extend the life of the interstate and improve driver comfort on the roadway. 

The last rehabilitation project on this stretch was completed at the end of 2015 after 2-years. That project consisted of concrete rehabilitation of the patching of the concrete – whereas this project consists of the full removal of the existing concrete pavement with the replacement of asphalt pavement. 
Project ScopeInterstate 65 North and South between mile marker 104.7 and mile marker 110.7 
Type of ProjectRoadway Rehabilitation / Bridge Repair 
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Project Timeline

The final asphalt surface northbound side is set to be completed in Fall 2024. 

The project's southbound lanes, northbound lanes, and bridge work completion date are anticipated for Fall 2024. 

Southbound Phase 2 (*Current) 

A barrier wall is to be installed northbound in advance of switching southbound traffic to the northbound lanes.

Northbound will be utilizing the slow lane and outside shoulder.​

Nightly lane closures of interstate and interchanges allowed from 8 p.m. - 6 a.m. will reduce I-65 southbound to one lane. 

Shift two lanes of southbound traffic to the northbound inside lane & shoulder.


Final Phase (TBD) 

Shift southbound traffic back to the original traffic configuration to place the final asphalt surface on northbound lanes.​

Final Roadway treatments (such as markings, etc.)


Previous Phases:

Phase 1A (June 2023)

In order to maintain traffic flow during the duration of the project, the southbound work between mile marker 104.7 and mile marker 110.7 began on Monday, June 19. This work included pavement repairs, milling of the existing shoulder rumble strips, and the installation of blister lanes. The blister lanes (temporary emergency lanes) will serve as emergency pull-offs for motorists, as no shoulder will be present during the project. 

Traffic has been reduced to 2 lanes through the work zone in each direction. 


Northbound Phase 1B (June 2023) 

A barrier wall is to be installed southbound in advance of switching northbound traffic to the southbound lanes, which is anticipated to occur on Friday, July 7. 

Southbound will be utilizing the slow lane and outside shoulder.

Nightly lane closures from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. will reduce I-65 southbound to one-lane. 

Northbound Phase 1C (July 2023)

Shift two lanes of northbound traffic to the southbound inside lane & shoulder.


Contractor: Scotty’s Contracting and Stone, LLC. of Bowling Green, KY, was awarded the $64,543,014.63 contract.​​
Work Zone Impacts


Queue warning systems and signage have been installed along the route before the construction zone to notify motorists of slowed traffic.
Motorists should expect changing traffic patterns, lane shifts, and closures as construction progresses. It is advised to seek an alternate route if possible. 
Downloading the Waze app is beneficial in seeing current travel times as well as closures. ​
​Please use caution when traveling through the work zone and adhere to any restrictions. 
Project ManagerBullitt County Section Office
Phone: 502.955.5436


  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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​Page Last Updated: 03-11-2024​

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