Home Tags Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Tag: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says alternating lane closures will take place on KY 1267/Keene Troy Pike in Jessamine County.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Tuesday the Clark County Fiscal Court will receive $481,000 of state money to resurface some roads in desperate need of repair.
Contractors expect to start a $1.8 million Transportation Cabinet highway safety improvement project on KY 158 in Rowan County next week.
A lane is scheduled to be closed Wednesday, May 8, on KY 3451 in Harlan County for a bridge inspection, according to the state.
Traffic going eastbound past the Lee City Exit in Eastern Wolfe County, near the 57.2 mile marker, will transition over onto newly-paved eastbound lanes.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that temporary lane closures are scheduled for Leestown Road in Scott County.
The cabinet says the work will be rescheduled.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has awarded improvement projects totaling almost $3.4 million for eight bridges Bath, Fleming, Carter, Boyd and Greenup counties.
The Kentucky Transportation says it is in the end stages of testing the states new drivers license system to introduce new, more secure card versions that meet federal standards in the coming months.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that roadway striping operations are in effect for Central Kentucky.
The crash happened on KY 627 at Old Boonesboro Road.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that rehabilitation operations began on March 11 for the bridge on Oakley Wells Road.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that this advisory serves as an update for the Richmond Road/US 25 widening project.
Contractors will improve five northeast Kentucky highway bridges through a $700,000 state Transportation Cabinet project now under way.
The KY 111 bridge project and road closure in Fleming County has been delayed another week due to material supply issues, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that this advisory serves as an update for pothole repair work in Fayette County.
Emergency Management and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet are asking drivers to avoid traveling in McCracken and Ballard counties for the remainder of the day due to a tornado.
The Bluegrass will soon be glowing orange with the help of local businesses shedding light on the importance of work zone safety.
Pilot rollout of the state's new drivers licenses begins in early April.
A Garrard County roads previously closed due to high water is now open again as of Friday, March 1st at 2 p.m.