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Construction Continues Along Fayetteville's Garland Avenue

Posted: July 4, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Traffic flows Wednesday on Garland Avenue in Fayetteville past rows of cones as construction continues to widen the roadway. Work is expected to be completed by fall. The roughly $5.2 million project is being paid for through the city’s $65.9 million Transportation Improvement Bond Program voters approved in 2006.

FAYETTEVILLE -- As work wraps up on a 0.7-mile stretch of Garland Avenue, construction on another section of Arkansas 112 through the university has begun.

At A Glance

Arkansas 112

Arkansas 112 runs more than 20 miles along the west side of Interstate 49, from Southwest Regional Airport Boulevard in Bentonville to Cato Springs Road in southwest Fayetteville.

It is also called Southwest H Street, Main Street, Elm Street, Maestri Road, Garland Avenue, Maple Street and Razorback Road.

Source: Staff Report

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