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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Environmental Studies Underway Concerning Green River Ferry Improvements
Posted: 20-Aug-2009 7:48AM CDT

Several studies are underway to determine how to improve the Green River Ferry crossing in Mammoth Cave National Park. The options being considered are improving the current ferry or replacing the ferry with a low water bridge or a high bridge crossing.

More information: Bowling Green Daily News: Mussel study a factor in river crossing issue (Aug. 14, 2009) [Outside Link], U.S. National Park Service: Mammoth Cave National Park - Ferries [Outside Link]

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