Studies, Plans & Other Links
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The 2014 Official Kentucky Highway Map, Mobile Maps, Interactive Maps, and Printable Maps.
The FY 2015-2018 STIP is a planning document that covers a period of four years upon approval of the KYTC’s Highway Plan by the Kentucky General Assembly. The STIP is to be developed for all areas of the state in cooperation with metropolitan planning organizations and local officials, and shall contain primarily those project phases for which funding can reasonably be expected, and shall reflect the statewide priorities for programming and funds expenditure.
This study was conducted with the goal of identifying alternatives that provide a constructable and affordable structure that will improve safety and the standard load capacity of the bridge as well as maintain traffic flow during construction.
Scoping study for improvements to US 41A from Kingdom Hall Road in Hopkins County to KY 670 in Webster County.
Eddyville to Henderson, Kentucky - Proposed Interstate 69 Strategic Corridor Planning Study.
The purpose of this Alternatives Study is to gather critical information necessary to develop and evaluate alternatives for the possible reconstruction of a portion of US 641 in Lyon and Caldwell Counties. The southern terminus for the proposed project is from I-24 or the Wendell H. Ford Western Kentucky Parkway (hereafter referred to as the Ford Parkway) at or near Eddyville in Lyon County. The northern terminus is the proposed improved section of US 641 north of Fredonia in Caldwell County, for which the design phase has been completed.
Directly west of Guthrie, Kentucky is a triangular area known as Tiny Town where US 41, US 79, KY 181, KY 294, and KY 2128 come together. This junction of roadways results in a less than efficient “knot” of intersections with multiple existing safety concerns.
The purpose of the study was to identify and examine transportation issues related to safety and congestion in the city and its surrounding area.
The purpose of this study is to identify transportation issues in coordination with stakeholders and to develop prioritized improvement concepts.
This Abbreviated Interchange Justification Study examines a full interchange with I-24 at KY 107 and represents the first phase of the FHWA Interchange System Access Policy to determine engineering and operational acceptability of this proposed access change.
This interstate deficiencies study is to identify and evaluate potential improvement options to upgrade the Edward T Breathitt Parkway to interstate standards for inclusion into the interstate system. The study area limits are from I-24 in Christian County approximately 34 miles north to the I-69/Western Kentucky Parkway (WKP) interchange in Hopkins County.