This diagram superimposed on a terraserver image show the typical configuration of interchanges at toll plaza's on Kentucky's parkways.
In this image, US 127 (indicated in red) crosses over the Blue Grass Parkway (indicated in blue) at exit 59 near Lawrenceburg. The toll booths were situated undernearth the US 127 overpass. The ramps (indicated in yellow) are arranged in a four-leaf clover formation: this was so that one set of toll booths could be used for thru -taffic, traffic exiting the parkway, and traffic entering the parkway.
As of early 2004, construction was underway to convert this particular interchange into a traditional diamond interchange .
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