The Transportation Division maintains city streets to ensure the safest possible travel conditions, while using cost-effective maintenance techniques. Services include but are not limited to the following:
- Road Repaving / Asphalt Overlay
- Crack Sealing
- Curb and Gutter Repair and Installation
- Gravel Street Maintenance
- Pot Hole Patching
- Shoulder Repair
- Snow and Ice Removal
- Street Cut Repairs
- Street Sweeping
Road Repaving ProjectsExisting asphalt streets within Fayetteville city limits are on a master schedule to be repaved or resurfaced every 15 years. This is called an asphalt overlay. Work may also entail microsurfacing, which involves laying down a protective coating that extends the life of the pavement. Following this maintenance cycle results in fewer complete street rebuilds and in lower costs overall.
Additionally, the Transportation Division recycles the asphalt. Old layers of asphalt that have been removed are milled, sold to asphalt plants, and reused for new paving projects.
Arkansas State Highway & Transportation DivisionThe City of Fayetteville does not maintain all roads within city limits. The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) maintains state highways, interstates, and access roads. For questions or concerns regarding areas maintained by the State of Arkansas, contact the local AHTD office by phone at 479-251-8418.
State roadways include the following:
- Interstate 49
- Highway 265 (Crossover Road)
- Highway 45 (Mission Boulevard)
- Highway 112 (Garland Avenue, Razorback Road)
- Highway 16E (W 15th Street, Huntsville Road)
- Highway 16W (Wedington Drive)
- Highway 62 (Martin Luther King Boulevard - West of Interstate 49)
- Highway 180 (Martin Luther King Boulevard - East of Interstate 49)
- Highway 156 (Willoughby Road, City Lake Road)
- Highway 71B (College Avenue, Archibald Yell Boulevard, School Avenue)
Severe WeatherTransportation crew members go on 24-hour shifts during times of inclement weather to ensure safe travel conditions throughout the city.
Citizens can receive notifications and updates about severe weather events by signing up through the City's emergency notification system.