COVINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Highway rest stops that were temporarily closed in three counties are re-opened and ready for us, the state Transportation Cabinet said Wednesday.
Kentucky rest areas and Welcome Centers REMAIN OPEN at this time. While Welcome Centers will not be staffed by travel consultants, rest assured that janitorial staff are working hard to keep all facilities clean and sanitary. pic.twitter.com/QoduNG1Uku
— KYTC (@KYTC) March 25, 2020
Restrooms and parking areas are available for visitors of the Boone County, Scott County and Woodford County rest areas, according to the state.
While the I-71/I-75 northbound rest area main building in Boone County is closed for roof repairs, a second on-site building is open to provide restroom access.
Access to parking for passenger and commercial vehicles will remain available around the clock, and rest area facilities will continue to be regularly cleaned. No rest areas or welcome centers have been closed in Kentucky due to COVID-19, the state said.