If you look at Exit 22 along I-65 in Bowling Green, you'll notice a whole lot of construction.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is changing the road from a Diamond Interchange to a Single Point Urban Interchange or SPUI.
It will look similar to the one at Plano Road.
All traffic signals will be located in the middle of the bridge, as opposed to having a set at each end of the overpass.
There will also be four ramps, two on ramps and two off ramps, and they'll each have dual lanes.
"We're going to be moving traffic on and off the Interstate in two lanes so their will be two lanes on and two lanes off for each ramp so that's going to help move traffic even faster," says Keirsten Jaggers, the Information Officer for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
All that construction is going on near some businesses, but many of them say it's not affecting them.
The Manager at Hayes Shoes says the store is doing well and she thinks the construction will actually help down the road.
"It will just show that Bowling Green is on the move, construction is going on, and we're expecting bigger and better things to come and a better way to get in and out of the businesses down through Scottsville Road," says Linda Bean, the Manager at Hayes Shoes.
The Manager at Simply Used Cars agrees, however, he's worried that may all change when construction begins along Three Springs Road.
"I'm really concerned about it because you know, number one thing for a car dealer is to have traffic flow and accessibility and I don't know what's going to happen. I'll just keep my fingers crossed right now," says Eric Wheeler, the Manager at Simply Used Cars.
The Department of Highways says they hope to have all the construction completed by the end of the year.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says other than a slower speed limit and few lane closures here and there, the roads have been functioning as normal.
The new interchange costs nearly 20 million dollars to build.