LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- People have been asking why all the construction at the I-430/630 interchange and how long will it take?
Many drivers that go through the construction everyday want to know the answers to those very questions.
With almost a 100,000 drivers traveling that interchange every year, the construction affects many of us.
At least 2 years, over 300 man hours and dozens of lane closures. That's what crews say drivers have to look forward to -- before the 430-630 interchange is complete.
Construction crews are out in full force, moving dirt, cutting metal
and constructing what will be the 430-630 interchange. The project has 11 stages--workers have finished the first 2 and now are working on stage 3.
"People will just have to bare with us as it's going to get worse before it gets better," says Mark Headley, an engineer wi the state highway department.