Kentucky Highways is a centralized location for web sites associated with transportation design projects in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Soon, search features will be added to allow you to search for project web sites in your area. If you have a site to add to our directory, contact

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Current Project Web Sites
Interstate 66
The official website of the East-West Kentucky connection of I-66 contains detailed maps, tools to gather public opinion, and provides news and information regarding the project.
New Circle Road
The goal of the New Circle Road Northeast improvement project is to create a safe and efficient means of travel within the New Circle Road Northeast corridor, which is between Richmond Road and Georgetown Road in Lexington, Kentucky. The project web site will provide detailed information to the public and allow engineers and government officials to request feedback from site visitors.
Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project -- Official Web Site
The Ohio River Bridges Project, Environmental Impact Statement and Preliminary Design, is the largest bi-state transportation project ever undertaken by Indiana and Kentucky.
Pike County US 460
The US 460 reconstruction project will provide an alternate route for US 460 traffic from US 23 near Yeager, Kentucky to the Breaks Interstate Park near Breaks, Virginia. The web site provides information to the public regarding upcoming Public Meetings and development schedules. Detailed maps of the proposed construction are also available.
Elizabethtown to Radcliff Connector (E2RC)
This proposed highway project is to be located between the cities of Elizabethtown and Radcliff, in Hardin County in the central portion of Kentucky.
KY 52
The proposed KY 52 project will be an improved, two lane road with shoulders and drainage, beginning at the intersection of KY 52 and KY 954 in Garrard and extending to the intersection of KY 52 and Wallace Mill Road in Madison County. This area includes the communities of Manse and Paint Lick. The purpose of the project is to improve travel conditions along KY 52, which would improve safety, reduce travel time, and accommodate increased traffic from new development. Additionally, the project would provide a safer travel route between Richmond, Berea, Lancaster, Stanford, Danville, and Harrodsburg.

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