Kentucky awarded $30.4 million to improve infrastructure

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded Kentucky more than $30 million to improve infrastructure.

According to the state, Bourbon County, Taylor County and the city of Paducah will receive grant money to help improve safety, access and mobility for drivers and freight movement.

The transportation cabinet says Bourbon County was awarded $10.2 million for the reconstruction and widening of U.S. 460 from KY 353 in Centerville to the U.S. 27 Bypass in Paris, KY.

Taylor County received $9.8 million to reconstruct U.S. 68 from the Campbellsville Bypass in Taylor County north to the Lebanon Bypass in Marion County.

The city of Paducah was awarded $10.4 million to address key industry, tourism and community needs.

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