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Travel Advisory: Street closures this weekend in downtown Lexington

There will be limited lane and street closures at two separate locations in downtown Lexington this weekend.

Lane closures scheduled for Interstate 64 in Clark County

Lane closures are scheduled for Interstate 64 in Clark County.

REMINDER: Closures scheduled for I-64 in Woodford/Franklin counties

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that temporary lane closures are scheduled for Interstate 64 westbound.

Roadway investigation scheduled for Fayette County

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet advises motorists of roadway investigation operations scheduled for areas in Lexington.

Three KY counties awarded $59.5 million in federal funds to improve roads

Three KY counties are the recipients of federal grants totaling $59.5 million to fund projects that improve safety, access and mobility for motorists and freight movement in Kentucky.

Work to begin on Hal Rogers Parkway in Clay County

Work is scheduled to begin Tuesday on a stretch of the Hal Rogers Parkway in Clay County that could cause travel delays.

Paving to begin this week on 5 miles of AA Highway in Maysville

FLEMINGSBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) – Contractors expect to begin paving the AA Highway (KY 9) through Maysville later this week as two Transportation Cabinet projects totaling...

Black ice warning in Laurel County

The Laurel County Sheriff's Office is warning drivers roads that were wet earlier may now be freezing, causing a black ice condition.

State road crews to report early Tuesday ahead of snow and ice

Road crews are scheduled to be out overnight ahead of possible snow and freezing drizzle Tuesday morning.

Gasoline prices head higher while motorists panic

The spike in gasoline prices in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey has hit the accelerator.

KSP Warns Motorists of Increased Deer Activity

Kentucky State Police are alerting motorists that with the changing of the seasons, comes the migration of wildlife, particularly deer.

Dept. of Vehicle Regulation announced revamped website, services

If you're tired of waiting in lines, or using personal time to renew your vehicle registration, the Department of Vehicle Regulation (DVR,) has announced a newly revamped website, offering many services that customers can take advantage of online.

Kentucky starts campaign to ensure seatbelt usage

Kentucky is participating in this year's national Click It or Ticket campaign aimed at ensuring motorists are using seatbelts.

Kentucky starts online license plate renewal service

Kentucky transportation officials have started an online service for people to renew their license plates.

Closures for Versailles and New Circle Roads Monday-Tuesday

The ongoing widening and reconstruction project on Versailles Road and New Circle Road in Lexington will result in lane closures on March 28, 29, 2016, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Closure and intermittent stops scheduled for Versailles Road

The outbound left/fast lane of Versailles Road in Lexington is scheduled to be closed at mile point 4.699 from 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 23 until 7:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 24, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

DMV has new website features

The Kentucky Division of Motor Vehicle Licensing introduced a new feature on their website that makes it easier for motorists to access their 2015 vehicle property taxes for the upcoming tax season.

KY Transportation Cabinet: “Make it a #SaferWinterKY”

The Kentucky Department of Highways is urging motorists to make it a “Safer Winter” this holiday season with a new campaign.

Travelers will find relief in western Kentucky work zones

Travelers on the Audubon and former Pennyrile parkways will find some relief from work zone slowdowns.

LPD issues traffic tips for Breeders’ Cup motorists

The Lexington Police Department issued several tips and suggestions for drivers in Lexington during the Breeders' Cup.

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UPDATE: 38-year-old New Circle victim identified

Two vehicle crash has raod still closed.

City at crossroads, should rename Cheapside, business owners say

Time to recognize the "atrocities perpetrated there."