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The repairs will address surface cracks, potholes, raveling, and base failures.
The state announced construction plans of the final stretch of KY 30 as part of a project that began 20-years ago.
The state says 42 community improvement projects in 35 counties will be funded this year.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has approved the issuance of nearly $1.3 million in grants.
The tanker spilled a large amount of fuel.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the recipients will pursue civil engineering degrees.
The Rowan County Fiscal Court had a meeting on Tuesday, during which the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) Department of Rural and Municipal Aid Commissioner Gray Tomblyn II announced $457,397 in discretionary funds for resurfacing work on more than five miles of roadway.
The Pulaski County Coroner's Office says a woman was taken to the hospital from the scene where she was pronounced dead a short time later.
Bath County will use more than $200,000 in state money to resurface five county roads.
Battlefield Memorial Highway/US 421 in Madison County is scheduled to be closed for about two weeks.
Nicholas County Fiscal Court is receiving $495,000 from the state to resurface six miles of Whetstone and Upper Concord Roads.
Motorists traveling on US 68 throughout Kentucky should use caution as the annual “400-mile yard sale” that takes place along the highway runs through Sunday
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is seeking responses from qualified design-build teams for a major project to replace 102 bridges in eastern and southeastern Kentucky.
The state is warning drivers of a new traffic pattern on U.S. 421 in Harlan County.
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.