There is roadwork going on in the Texarkana area and you need to know about some areas that may affect your commute.

Road work continues on Interstate 30 in the eastbound and westbound lanes, they have recently repaved some sections of the Interstate. The Summerhill Road exit from the eastbound lanes will be closed today and tomorrow. It is exit 222. Keep in mind that construction vehicles may leave and enter the roadway from the median as construction continues.

The roadway will still have those awful concrete barriers. The work is going on 30 eastbound towards Litte Rock or westbound to Dallas from just west of Kings Highway in Nash all the way to the Jefferson Road exit in Texarkana, Arkansas. Please make sure to yield to those folks using the very short on-ramps that you will need to deal with if you are getting on or off the interstate.

Construction Worker

There is also some road construction happening on State Highway 98.  Anderson lane in the New Boston area is where this construction is going on. This is near the prison in New Boston will require the bridge to only be open in one lane with traffic lights controlling the flow of traffic in this area.

If you travel on State Highway 8 in Cass county the bridgework continues near the lake. The Malden Lake area of Lake Texarkana is the area where the new bridge is being installed so folks in the Douglasville and Maud area need to be aware of possible delays.

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