LG&E and KU Looking to Add Ability to Install And Operate Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) - Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company filed requests today with the Kentucky Public Service Commission to allow the companies to own and operate electric vehicle charging stations within their two service territories.
The Governor's Office has announced CMAQ funding awards for several projects throughout the state.
These projects are:
City of Covington- $3.9 million for construction of a portion of 1,250-foot bicycle and pedestrian path along the river; construction of a bulkhead and grading; upper walk/bikeway along the base of the flood levee and at the base of Greenup Street, connecting to city sidewalks. Also, a connection under the Roebling Bridge, connection of the Madison Avenue overlook and fishing pier, and lighting.
City of Dayton- $530,387 for construction of approximately 1 mile of bicycle and pedestrian path, including a ramp over the floodwall. Trail will run west to east from near O'Fallon Avenue to near Berry Street.
Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) - $976,000 toward purchase of two hybrid electric/diesel transit buses.