Music for All has learned that I-264, the major westbound artery for Louisville, will be closed for repaving this weekend. Below is the official notice from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. We encourage you to take a look at your route to see how this will affect your travel time to Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium for the Bands of America Regional in Louisville on Saturday, September 22. The westbound exit to Crittenden Dr. will be open.
From the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet:
Westbound I-264 closed September 21-24 for pavement repairs
Additional ramp closure needed on eastbound I-264
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (September 20, 2012) –The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) reminds motorists that a portion of westbound Interstate 264 (the Watterson Expressway) will be closed this weekend for concrete pavement repairs. Contract crews will be performing corrective work on a project that began last year.
The westbound lanes of I-264 will be closed between I-65 and Dixie Highway (mile points 12.0 and 7.4). This road closure is scheduled from 10 p.m. EDT Friday, September 21, to 6 a.m., Monday, September 24.
During this closure, motorists traveling westbound on I-264 will be detoured via northbound I-65 to westbound I-64 and then reconnected with I-264.
All entrance and exit ramps for westbound I-264 will be closed at the Taylor Boulevard and Third Street/Southern Parkway interchanges.
In addition, the exit ramp from eastbound I-264 to Crittenden Drive will be closed this weekend for repairs. This ramp closure will prevent access to the Louisville International Airport. Motorists should follow the signed detour via eastbound I-264 to Poplar Level Road to westbound I-264. Follow westbound I-264 to access Crittenden Drive and the airport.
The eastbound lanes of I-264 between Dixie Highway and I-65 are scheduled for closure the weekend of September 28- October 1.
For construction and traffic updates, visit http://transportation.ky.gov/district-5/Pages/default.aspx . Traffic information for all eight counties in District 5 is also available at www.facebook.com/KYTCDistrict5. Dial 511 or log on to 511.ky.gov for the latest in traffic and travel information across Kentucky.
Penrod was on Saturday and I can tell you that I haven’t stopped thinking about these responses. I find it reassuring that there are so many people out there (and in my community!) that feel the same way about music as I do. I know that there are people across the country that feel this way as well.
So today as you take a break from work, from school, from rehearsal, your busy life in general, read through the repsonses again on why people at the Penrod Art Fair in Indianapolis, Indiana believe.
And then? Tell me why you believe.