MADISONVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Motorists should get prepared for lane restrictions along sections of Interstate 24 in south western Kentucky.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the work zone restrictions are expected to go into effect on Monday.
Lanes are expected to be closed on a stretch of I-24 in Christian County from near the 85 mile-marker to the 93 mile-marker near the Tennessee state line.
The statement says work zone restrictions are also expected to go into effect on I-24 in McCracken County stretching from the 3 mile-maker to the 16 mile-marker.
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