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Road Work Progresses in Warren County
Posted: 10-Jan-2002 6:12PM CST

This Bowling Green Daily News article [Outside Link] reports that work is progressing on several road projects in Warren County. Work is expected to finish early on a project to widen I-65 to six lanes between Oakland and the Barren River. Work on I-65 between the Louie B. Nunn Cumberland Parkway and Oakland is expected to begin this spring. Work is also on schedule on rebuilding Scottsville Road (US 231) between Bowling Green and Alvaton. Eventually US 231 will be widened to four lanes between Bowling Green and Scottsville. Work on a new interchange between I-65 and KY 234 has slowed for the winter. Also work on the Natcher Parkway is expected to begin soon. The interchange between the Natcher Parkway and I-65 will be reconstructed south of its current location.

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Comment posted by Kelly Richardson on 6-Dec-2003 7:55AM CST
Reporting UNSAFE Road.

US 231 South of Bowling Green.

I take my kids to East Park (Warren County Parks and Recr. Facility).
US 231 is so dark in that area it is unsafe to enter or leave that facility in the dark, which is almost all of the time it is used.

Pulling out across 2 lanes of 55 MPH traffic and trying to merge into 2 lanes going the other way, with ABSOLUTELY NO STREET LIGHTS!

That entire stretch of road is dark, too dark.

I would never drive it, unless I had to.

What can be done??

Kelly Richardson
Updated: 6-Dec-2003 7:55AM CST

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