As of Wednesday, roughly 60 sections of Arkansas' secondary highways were still closed because of flooding, mainly in eastern Arkansas.
The hardest hit county is Monroe, where parts of Clarendon are still underwater. The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department doesn't know when those highways will reopen.
Wednesday though, less activity at the call center at the Highway Department. Fewer people were inquiring about their travel routes.
However, impending road damage is now a concern. Prior to this flooding, the Highway Department was looking at roughly 10 million dollars worth of damage due to the recent tornadoes.
"Interstate is going to be built a little different than a secondary two lane highway," said Glenn Bolick with the Highway Department. "Some of them have taken a real beating. The shoulders aren't going to be as wide as an interstate, so as water recedes, we're going to find that some of these roads are going to be damaged, where we actually have to close the roadway and do maintenance work. "
For a look at which highways are still closed go to: www.arkansashighways.com