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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Fifteen Projects Moved from Six-Year Plan to “Unscheduled Needs” List
Posted: 11-Mar-2004 2:18AM CST

When the 2004 Recommended Six-Year Highway Plan was released Transportation Cabinet Secretary Maxwell Clay Bailey assured legislators that no projects had been removed the 2002 Six-Year Plan; however, the Courier-Journal has found that fifteen projects scheduled under the 2002 plan were moved to the unscheduled needs list in the new 2004 plan.

More information: Courier-Journal: 15 projects cut from road plan (March 3, 2004) [Outside Link], WKYT: 15 Kentucky Road Projects Cut Due To Budget Crisis (March 4, 2004) [Outside Link], Hardin County News Enterprise: State drops I-65 widening (March 5, 2004) [Outside Link]

Affected projects:

  • KY 15 in Breathitt County
  • KY 44 in Bullitt County
  • KY 1999 in Clay County
  • US 25 widening in Fayette County
  • US 60 widening in Franklin County
  • US 460 in Franklin County
  • I-65 major widening south of Elizabethtown in Hardin and Hart Counties
  • US 60 Corydon Bypass in Henderson County
  • US 41A widening in Henderson County
  • Hyden Bypass in Leslie County
  • AA Highway major widening in Mason County
  • KY 213 in Powell County
  • KY 44 Taylorsville Bypass in Spencer County
  • US 60 in Union County
  • US 41A in Webster County
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Updated: 11-Mar-2004 2:18AM CST

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