The August MPO Technical Advisory Committee Meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday the 10th at 10:00am. It will be an online Zoom meeting.
The link will be sent out prior. Please contact Mike Skaggs for details.
KYTC 2020 Enacted Highway Plan
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is pleased to present the 2022 Enacted Highway Plan. As required by Kentucky Revised Statutes, Chapter 176, this plan is the result of the process by which major highway improvement projects scheduled for the next six years were submitted to, and enacted by, the 2022 Kentucky General Assembly. The 2022 Enacted Highway Plan outlines scheduled highway project activities for FY 2022 through FY 2028.
Click HERE to go to KYTC’s Plan page.
AMENDMENT: PUBLIC COMMENT REQUESTED
The Radcliff/Elizabethtown Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) hereby amends the 2022-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) to move the following project from Table 7 (State Funded Regionally Significant Projects) to TIP Table 6 (Federally-Funded Highway Projects). The amendment also changes the Utility and Construction phases to Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funding; adds the Design phase (State Funding – SPP) and the Right-of-Way phase (Federal Surface Transportation Program – STP) funding; and adjusts the project schedule and cost estimates as listed below:
Project ID: 4-198.00
Route: KY 3005 (Ring Road)
Project Type: New Route
Phases and Cost
Design: $1,227,800 (2022) (State Funded SPP)
Right-of-Way: $4,000,000 (2023) (STP)
Utilities: $2,000,000 (2023) (STP)
Construction: $26,500,000 (2024) (STP)
Total Amount: $33,727,800
Type of Funding: STP
Responsible Agency: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, District 4
Project Description: Extend Ring Road from the Western Kentucky Parkway to Interstate 65 (Requires relocation of I-65 Southbound Commercial Vehicle Monitoring Station).
The amendment is open for public review and comment from February 25 through March 14.
To review the proposed amendment click HERE.
Comments should be submitted to Mike Skaggs at email@example.com.
East Elizabethtown Connectivity Study
Final Report now available. Click HERE for PDF.
This study engaged 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.
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
R-Cut – Restricted Crossing U-Turn