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Union County Highway Safety Task Force Plans Major Effort in 2004
Posted: 20-Jan-2004 7:41AM CST
The Union County Highway Safety Task Force is planning several efforts to improve highway safety. Among the plans is a Health and Safety Fair to be held in May.
Many in Union County remain concerned about the new Morganfield bypass; however, statistics are said to show that there is nothing wrong with the road: many of the accidents on the road are due to drive inattention. The bypass has rumble strips and intersections have stop signs twice the size of normal stop signs.
More information: Union County Advocate: Highway safety task force (Jan. 14, 2004)
Signs Directing Travelers to the Shawneetown Bridge will be Installed on the Morganfield Bypass
Posted: 25-Jul-2003 9:06PM CDT
Signs directing travelers to the Shawneetown Bridge will be installed at several intersections on the Morganfield bypass (KY 3393). The bridge to Illinois over the Ohio River is 12 miles west of Morganfield on KY 56.
Safety of New Morganfield Bypass under Review
Posted: 19-Feb-2002 7:10PM CST
The Department of Highways in Madisonville is going to review safety on the new Morganfield bypass. The road opened in January and has already been the scene of five fatalities.
More information: Feb. 15 myinky.com article (no longer online),Feb. 16 myinky.com article (no longer online), Feb. 18 myinky.com article (no longer online), Feb. 19 myinky.com article (no longer online).
Morganfield Bypass Opens
Posted: 13-Jan-2002 12:30AM CST
According to this Union County Advocate article , the new Morganfield Bypass is now open. KY 3393 is a two lane road that bypasses the downtown section of Morganfield. The bypass begins at US 60 East of Morganfield and then crosses the Beaver Dam Road, KY 56 East, US 60 West, KY 130 and ends at KY 56 West and has officially been named the "Sam M. McElroy Jr. Expressway."
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