LFUCG Approves Study into Widening Man O' War Blvd.

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Updated: 10/24/2013 6:33 pm
Lexington-Fayette County Urban County Government have approve the spending of 250-thousand dollars to conduct a study into widening Man O' War Blvd.

Local leaders say all the development in the area, it's time to start looking into adding more lanes along the road.

City planners say that study should take about six months.

They say after the study is completed, they hope to begin construction a year or two later.

City leaders say this project could cost more than 40 million dollars when it's completed.
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