Officials with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet say motorists will be getting a brief break from some of the work zones along I-24 throughout the state during the 4th of July weekend.
Officials say the work zone in Christian County that runs from the 86 mile marker to the Kentucky-Tennessee State Line at the 93 mile marker has been taken down and will remain down until Monday, July 8th when lane restrictions will go back up and work will resume.
In addition, the work zone in McCracken County that runs from the 3 mile marker to about the 10 mile marker is expected to come down on Tuesday morning and go back up on Friday morning and the work zone along I-24 in Lyon County from the 38 mile marker to the 45 mile marker will remain up during the holiday driving period.
Officials say a landslide repair near the 42 mile marker will require the work zone to remain in place over the holiday weekend.
Officials say work has concluded along the section of I-24 from the 31 to 38 mile marker in Livingston and Lyon Counties and all traffic restrictions have been removed from that section.