Road Work May Affect Your Morning Commute

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Updated: 4/04/2013 10:40 am
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will be continuing their Highway Safety Improvement Project by installing rumble strips on roads throughout District 7.

Rumble strips help keep drivers in their lanes and reduce head-on collisions.

Roadwork is scheduled to happen between 8:00am and 3:00pm the following dates and places: 

Thursday, April 4

Bourbon County

US 62 - MP 0.00 to MP 0.27

Scott County

US 62 - MP 13.31 to 19.94

KY 32 (Long Lick Road) - MP 0.81 to MP 2.31

  • Friday, April 5

Fayette County

KY 922 (Newtown Pike) - MP 3.32 to MP 5.15

Mercer County

US 127 B (the Bypass) - MP 0.00 to MP 4.48

Boyle County

US 150 (Springfield Road) - MP 0.00 to MP 3.60

  • Monday, April 8

Boyle County

KY 34 (Lexington Road) - MP 17.51 to MP 18.99

  • Tuesday, April 9

Clark County

KY 627 (Boonesboro Road) - MP 0.00 to MP 5.89

Madison County

US 25 (Lexington Road) - MP 5.86 to MP 6.19 and MP 0.00 to MP 2.30

  • Wednesday, April 10

Madison County

US 25 (Lexington Road) - MP 16.27 to MP 19.87

KY 956 (the Berea Bypass) - MP 0.00 to MP 1.38

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