Arkansas Dedicates New US 63 Bridge Thursday at Black Rock

Arkansas Dedicates New US 63 Bridge Thursday at Black Rock
The old Black Rock bridge carrying US 63 traffic in 2014 as the new bridge was being constructed beside it. The new Black Rock bridge is now in operation while the old bridge will be dismantled within the next three months.

Arkansas highway officials will be in Black Rock to dedicate a new bridge over the Black River.
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