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Cleanup from Recent Storms Continues
Posted: 19-Feb-2009 11:09PM CST
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The state is still cleaning up from recent ice and wind storms.
Preferred KY 645 Alternative Would Widen KY 32
Posted: 4-Apr-2005 1:36AM CDT
At a recent citizens advisory board meeting, a route that would widen KY 32 between Sandy Hook and Morehead was chosen as the preferred alternative for a proposed extension of KY 645 from US 23 to I-64.
KY 645 Meeting Notes
Posted: 22-Dec-2004 9:06PM CST
The Ashland Daily Independent reports that Carter County officials have high hopes for the proposed KY 645 extension following recent public meetings. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is working to complete a feasibility study to determine if KY 645 should be extended from its current terminus at US 23 to I-64 near Morehead.
Upcoming Public Meetings
Posted: 5-Dec-2004 8:08PM CST
Topics: [Adair County] [Carter County] [Elliott County] [Kenton County] [KY 536] [KY 645] [Lawrence County] [Rowan County]
From Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Nov. 29 through Dec. 16 the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is holding a series of the public meetings to discuss constructing a new route from the current terminus of KY 645 at US 23 near Ulysses in Lawrence County to I-64 between Morehead and the Industrial Parkway: 12-115.00
The cabinet will also hold a public meeting on December 9 to discuss the reconstruction of KY 536 in Kenton County: 6-162.00
Another meeting will be held on December 16 to discuss a proposed bypass of Columbia: 8-159.00
KY 645 Extension Planning Still Active
Posted: 12-Oct-2004 1:24AM CDT
Planning continues for a proposed project to extend KY 645 from its current terminus at US 23 to I-64 near Morehead. No money has been allocated for construction of the project; however, a $500,000 feasibility study has been ongoing since 2002. The study will help determine whether such a route is needed and present preliminary alternatives for the route.
KY 3/KY 645 Interchange in Inez?
Posted: 18-Mar-2004 8:40AM CST
A recent procurement from Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Division of Professional Services appears to indicate that an interchange will be built at the intersection of KY 3 and KY 645 near Inez. The procurement bulletin states the following purpose and need: “The purpose of this project is to improve safety by providing for a grade separation of KY 3 traffic turning west bound onto KY 645. Proposed design should also provide for continuous movement for other movements at this intersection.”
More information: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet: Procurement Bulletin 12-139
Over Two-hundred Photographs Added
Posted: 25-Jul-2003 11:36AM CDT
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Two-hundred-and-sixty-two photographs of Kentucky's roads have been added to this website. The new photo galleries include:
Public Speaks Out About KY 645 Extension
Posted: 18-Jul-2003 10:08AM CDT
Topics: [Carter County] [Elliott County] [Interstate 64] [KY 645] [Lawrence County] [Rowan County] [US 23]
Public reaction to extending KY 645 from US 23 near Ulysses west to I-64 is mixed. Some claim it will cause environment havoc; others say it will improve the local economy.
More information: Daily Independent: Public speaks on 645 (June 6, 2003)
Winter Storms Damage Roads
Posted: 18-Jul-2003 7:30AM CDT
Winter storms and floods severely damaged several roads in Lawrence County.
KY 645 Regional Corridor Study
Posted: 30-Dec-2002 6:15AM CST
The KYTC Division of Planning has posted information a planning study concerning extending KY 645 from US 23 near Ulysses to I-64
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