NASHVILLE, Tenn. – According to the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Interstate 40 West has reopened after flood waters from the White River receded overnight. A section of the interstate at mile marker 216, which is about 80 miles west of Memphis, closed last week due to high water.
For more information on road conditions in Arkansas visit www.arkansashighways.com and go to Flood Information or call the Public Affairs Office at 501-569-2572.
In Tennessee, numerous state routes in Shelby, Lake and Dyer Counties remain closed as a result of floodwaters. TDOT expects the closures to remain in place for several days until flooding from the Mississippi River begins to recede.