Welcome to the Radcliff/Elizabethtown Metropolitan Planning Organization.


East Elizabethtown Connectivity Study

New Survey Available

Thirty-three (33) potential transportation projects have been identified as part of the East Elizabethtown Connectivity Study. Please use the following link to provide feedback concerning these potential improvements. The improvement options are located on the interactive map on the project webpage: https://www.qk4.com/eecs/.

EECS_Survey


US 31W (Dixie Hwy) Safety and Efficiency Improvements

Starting Feb 28th. Phase I – Major Reconstruction

See us31w.org for more info.

Image:  KYTC, District 4


KY 251

“Public Input Needed for Shepherdsville Road Project”

From KYTC, District 4 Office:

“Improvements Planned Between Ring Road and Battle Training Road

ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (Dec. 14, 2020) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) in partnership with the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) is seeking public input regarding proposed improvements to KY 251 (Shepherdsville Road) between KY 3005 (Ring Road) and KY 434 (Battle Training Road). This is in partial fulfillment of National Environmental Policy Act requirements.”

Click here for more at District 4 or here for The News-Enterprise story.

 


R-Cut – Restricted Crossing U-Turn


The East Elizabethtown Connectivity Study is currently underway.
The purpose of this study is to identify and evaluate immediate and long-range improvement opportunities to improve connectivity, mobility and safety along and east of US 31W in the Elizabethtown/Hardin County area.  The study is being conducted through a partnership between the City of Elizabethtown, The Radcliff/Elizabethtown MPO, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Qk4 Inc. & Stantec.  Click HERE for their website for more information.


MPO Policy Committee Meeting

April 30, 2020,  The Policy Committee Approved the Scope of Work for the East Elizabethtown Connectivity Study.

The Committee also passed a resolution approving the FY 2021 Unified Planning Work Program

 


OFFICE REMAINS CLOSED TO PUBLIC DUE TO COVID-19 SHUTDOWN

In order to reduce staff levels in our facility we’ll continue to conduct business via a combination of in-office & telecommuting.  You may still reach us via phone – 270-769-2393 (leave voicemail) or email to:  mskaggs@ltadd.org.

We will evaluate each week and review the situation.  We will posts updates and changes on this website.

These measures are for your safety and ours.  We apologize for any inconvenience these policy changes may cause.  We appreciate your cooperation and consideration.