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[US 460]
First Phase of US 460 Pike County Reconstruction Over Half Complete
Posted: 24-Feb-2004 10:36AM CST
Topics: [Pike County] [US 460]

Transportation Cabinet District 12 reports that construction on the first phase of the US 460 widening project in Pike County is 53% complete. The 2.3 mile section of highway begins at US 23 and climbs to the top of a mountain to the east. This section of highway includes a set of twin bridges that carry the highway 86 feet above a mountain valley.

The entire project between US 23 and the Virginia state line is expected to take up to 12 years and cost $500 million.

More information: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 12: First section of new US 460 more than half finished (Feb. 19, 2004) [Outside Link]

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Updated: 24-Feb-2004 10:36AM CST

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