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[KY 92]
Supporters Promote Lake Cumberland Bridge
Posted: 13-Feb-2004 9:42AM CST

Supporters seeking state and federal funding to connect the two KY 92.s in southern Kentucky. Kentucky 92 currently exists as two separate highways divided by Lake Cumberland. Supporters are seeking to have a bridge constructed in the vicinity of Lake Cumberland State Park to connect these two routes.

Before Lake Cumberland was impounded over fifty years ago, a ferry across Cumberland River connected the two sections of KY 92 and helped form a direct route between Jamestown and Monticello.

More information: A Push for a New Bridge Could Bring More Tourists Dollars (Feb. 11. 2004) [Outside Link]

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Updated: 13-Feb-2004 9:42AM CST

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