TRAVEL SAFER. TRAVEL SMARTER.
APRIL 2019
KYTC Launches Public Information Campaign to
Help Drivers Navigate Major Construction Areas  
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has launched DrivingNKYProgress.org -
a new online resource that will help drivers learn more about major construction projects that are likely to impact travel as construction season gets underway
this year.

At KYTC, it’s our job to make sure our infrastructure meets the needs of our growing population, as well as the many companies located here.

From planning to construction, every project we do is about improving safety , supporting job creation and providing better access for drivers who live in and travel through our area. We know that building the connections people need will support our regional economy and keep our communities strong.

Orange Barrels
Mean Progress

 KYTC is investing more than one-quarter of a billion dollars in infrastructure improvements in our area just this year.

That’s a lot of work.

And it will mean a good number of orange barrels along some major roadways. 

While we understand those orange barrels may slow you down a bit, we hope when you see them, you will think about all of the positive growth and progress that is taking place in Northern Kentucky. 
Major Projects
Under Construction
I-71/75 Merging Lanes & Pavement Rehab

 Pavement rehab work is being completed on I-71/75 from Buttermilk Pike to Turfway Rd., and new merging lanes along northbound and southbound I-71/75 are being built between
Mt. Zion Road and US 42. 
> RE AD MORE HERE

Jughandle - Weaver Rd./US 42 Intersection

Intersection improvements are taking place at Weaver Rd. and US 42. 
> RE AD MORE HERE

Mt. Zion Rd. Reconstruction

 Mt. Zion Rd. (KY 536) is being widened from west of US 42 to I-75 and two roundabouts are being built. 
> RE AD MORE HERE

Pleasant Valley Rd. Widening

 Pleasant Valley Rd. (KY 237) is being widened from Valley View Dr. to Rogers Ln. and a roundabout is being built.
> RE AD MORE HERE
Stay connected with us: info@DrivingNKYProgress.org