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Restaurant Row in Salyersville opens to traffic

After three years of construction, the new four-lane segment of the Mountain Parkway Expansion running through Salyersville’s Restaurant Row is now fully open to traffic.

Kentucky awarded $30.4 million to improve infrastructure

The grants can help improve safety, access and mobility for motorists and freight movement. 

State Transportation Cabinet: advice for winter weather

To avoid carbon monoxide poisoning if trapped in snow, keep the exhaust pipe clear.

Lexington preparing for winter weather

Pre-treating the roads with salt brine, salt or a mixture of salt and chemical de-icing additives it the first step in preparing for a new event.

Emergency road aid funds awarded to Clay County Fiscal Court

The Clay County Fiscal Court will receive $101,100 in County Road Aid emergency funds.

Manchester awarded funds for critical pavement improvements

During a visit to Clay County, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says they have announced a $698,446 total in discretionary funds for resurfacing work on county roads in Clay County and resurfacing work on city streets in Manchester.

Anderson County resident can now get Voluntary Travel IDs in Frankfort

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says it is expanding the REAL ID-compliant card access to Anderson County residents.

Emergency road aid funds awarded to several Ky counties

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced on Tuesday several county Fiscal Court's will be awarded emergency road aid funds.

Berea awarded almost $95,000 for road improvements

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) announced Friday Berea will receive $94,999 in discretionary funds for improvements on city streets.

UPDATE: Woman witnesses I-64 crash and tries to help a victim

According to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, the two-vehicle accident happened on westbound I-64 near the 101 mile marker around 9 a.m. Thursday.

Public meetings being held for bridge replacement project

Officials say two meetings will be held in September about replacing the U.S. 51 Ohio River bridge between the western Kentucky town of Wickliffe and Cairo, Illinois.

Shelby County getting $564,000 for road repairs

The repairs will address surface cracks, potholes, raveling, and base failures.

Construction plans announced for final stretch of KY 30

The state announced construction plans of the final stretch of KY 30 as part of a project that began 20-years ago.

State awards more than $16 million for community improvement projects

The state says 42 community improvement projects in 35 counties will be funded this year.

Transportation Cabinet grants $1.3 million in railroad improvements

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has approved the issuance of nearly $1.3 million in grants.

Tanker crashes, spills fuel in Breathitt County

The tanker spilled a large amount of fuel.

KY Transportation Cabinet awards civil engineering scholarships

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the recipients will pursue civil engineering degrees.

Rowan County Fiscal Court awards $457,397 for resurfacing work

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.

Woman, child killed in Pulaski County crash

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 receives money for pavement improvements

Bath County will use more than $200,000 in state money to resurface five county roads.

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UPDATE: Vigil pays tribute to man killed Saturday in downtown Lexington

Police say the man was taken to the hospital where he ultimately died.