COVINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) announces that a project to make long-awaited improvements on U.S. 27 in southern Campbell and northern Pendleton counties is to begin May 10.
Local officials and the public identified three areas of the corridor in particular need of improvement, and the project will focus on those areas.
“We are happy to start this project that will improve the corridor and make it a safer roadway for those who travel through and live here,” said Bob Yeager, chief district engineer of Department of Highways District 6, in Covington.
Improvements will include:
- Adding a right turn lane at KY 177 onto U.S. 27 in Pendleton County with a new lane connecting to the current truck lane on northbound U.S. 27.
- Realignment of the intersection at U.S. 27 and Boss Dunaway Road in Pendleton County.
- Realignment of the intersection of U.S. 27 and Plum Creek Church Road in Campbell County.
Motorists can expect flaggers for culvert work near KY 177. Also, watch for crews, equipment and possible lane closures within the work zone.
KYTC awarded the $5.6 million project to Lawrence Construction & Leasing, Inc. of Walton, Kentucky. The project has a July 1, 2022 completion date.
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