A spokesman for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the last of 3 major rehabilitation projects is close to being completed along the 93 miles of I-24 through the Commonwealth.
Public Information Officer, Keith Todd says a contractor plans to reopen northbound ramps from Fort Campbell Boulevard at Exit 86 sometime Saturday.
Transportation officials say the Christian County project included erosion repairs, drainage improvements, guardrail upgrades, asphalt pavement, concrete repairs and diamond grinding along the 7-mile section.
Officials say the project was completed about a month ahead of schedule and Rogers Group was the prime contractor for the over 13.9 million dollar highway improvement project.
Improvements along the ramps in Oak Grove at Exit 89 that were not a part of the main project will be repaired over the next several months.