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Department weighs bid to widen section of U.S. 425/82

The Arkansas Department of Transportation made no decision Monday on whether it will award a contract for a project to widen a section of U.S. 425/U.S. 82 in Ashley County.

Bids open for 4-lane link to I-20 from southern Arkansas

Ashley County is finally getting a four-lane connection to an interstate.

I-630 stretch in west Little Rock to see another round of lane closures

Continuing work on an $87.4 million project to widen a section of Interstate 630 in west Little Rock will require another round of restricting traffic to one lane in each direction during the overnight hours, the Arkansas Department of Transportation said.

$39M cost put on one I-30 project in part of Arkansas

A nearly 20-mile section of Interstate 30 in southwest Arkansas will cost more than $39 million to improve, according to bid documents the Arkansas Department of Transportation opened Wednesday.

Amazon submits plan to put up 'tent' in North Little Rock

Distribution site would be short-term

Amazon's first distribution center in Arkansas is planned as 16,333-square-foot, one-story sorting facility housed in a "tent structure," according to a proposed site plan submitted to the North Little Rock Planning Department.

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Amazon submits plan to put up large 'tent' in North Little Rock

Distribution site would be short-term

Amazon's first distribution center in Arkansas is planned as a 16,333-square-foot, one-story sorting facility housed in a "tent structure," according to a proposed site plan submitted to the North Little Rock Planning Department.

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After neighbors raise ruckus, plan to widen busy west Little Rock road changed

A preliminary design of a proposed project to widen a busy section of Cantrell Road at Interstate 430 in Little Rock has been tweaked to eliminate a roundabout that residents in the nearby Walton Heights neighborhood and others had strongly opposed.

Largest road construction project Little Rock has ever undertaken using only city money about to begin

LR board will review $4.2M contract to start widening

The largest road construction project Little Rock has ever undertaken using only city money is about to begin.

U.S. cites 'dumping' of rubber bands

The U.S. Commerce Department announced Friday that it had made a preliminary determination that imports of rubber bands from China and Thailand amounted to dumping.

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Gas prices predicted to be high for holiday; in Arkansas, average up 30 cents from last year

Gas prices remain high ahead of the Labor Day holiday weekend that unofficially marks the end of the summer travel season.