This page contains news and information about roads and highways in Lee County, Kentucky.
Transportation Cabinet Receives $3.1 Million for Rural Transit
Posted: 2-Mar-2005 4:18PM CST
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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has received a $3.1 million grant to fund various public transit projects in rural Kentucky counties: Lexington Herald-Leader: Transportation Cabinet gets $3.1 million (March 2, 2005)
Eighty-four Years of State Highways in Kentucky
Posted: 29-Mar-2004 12:13AM CST
March 16 marked the 84th anniversary of the passing of a bill establishing a Department of State Roads and Highways. The legislature tasked the new department with creating a system of state primary highways with at least one main route in each county. The Legislative Research Commission page linked below includes a photograph of a road crew working in Lee County sometime around 1930.
More information: Moments in Kentucky Legislative History: State Highways
Upcoming Public Meetings
Posted: 31-Dec-2002 8:41AM CST
Topics: [AA Highway] [Campbell County] [KY 52] [KY 536] [KY 9] [Lee County] [Morgan County] [Public Meetings] [US 27] [US 460]
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will be holding the following public meetings in the near future:
State Plans to Reconstruct KY 11 in Lee and Owsley Counties
Posted: 2-Aug-2001 3:41AM CDT
The KYTC has released the KY 11 Intermediate Planning Study . The study provides information about the need for reconstruction of KY 11 in Lee and Owsley counties and provides estimated costs for the project.
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