RALEIGH — Beginning
Wednesday, July 11, the N.C. Department of
Transportation will be performing bridge preservation work on the U.S. 64
bridge over Interstate 26 in Henderson County.
During the work, overnight closures will be in place on the
I-26 off-ramps to U.S. 64 (Exit 49) from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. Sunday through
Thursday nights, with the final closure taking place overnight on Thursday,
During the closures:
- The I-26 East off-ramp at
Exit 49A to U.S. 64 East will be closed. Motorists on I-26 East will be
detoured to Exit 49B to U.S. 64 East.
- The I-26 West off-ramp at
Exit 49B to U.S. 64 West will be closed. Motorists on I-26 West will be
detoured to Exit 49A to U.S. 64 West.
The work is part of a $2.4 million contract to preserve 10
bridges on or over I-26 in Henderson and Polk counties. The project contractor
is Taylor and Murphy Construction.
NCDOT reminds motorists to watch signs for construction
information, stay alert and obey the posted speed limit.
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