|Bath||One lane travel on I-64 in Bath, Rowan counties|
In Bath County, the right (slow) lanes of eastbound and westbound I-64 are closed between mile markers 117 to 121 at Owingsville for paving scheduled to begin Monday, May 13. All traffic is currently restricted to using the left (fast) lanes of the interstate.
In Rowan County, on Monday, May 13, contractors plan to start paving I-64 at the Exit 137 on- and off-ramps at Morehead. Traffic will be one lane. Motorists should expect narrow lanes and should follow the direction of any flaggers or warning signs.
On Tuesday, May 14, paving should begin on the right (slow) lanes of eastbound and westbound I-64 between mile markers 134 to 138 near Morehead. Currently, all traffic is restricted to using the left (fast) lanes of the interstate. Once complete, paving will follow on the left lanes.
|Boyd||Paving on KY 168 (Blackburn) at Ashland|
On Monday, May 13, contractors will begin work on handicapped-accessible sidewalk ramps on KY 168 (Blackburn Avenue) at Ashland. The following week, May 20-24, work is expected to start on milling and paving from US 23 at Hoods Creek to 13th Street (US 60). Construction will take place during daytime work hours, approximately 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. During construction, Blackburn Avenue will be one lane at times, with traffic controlled by flaggers. Motorists should expect delays, especially during peak travel times, and should leave early to arrive at destinations on time.
|Fleming||Update: Flemingsburg bypass construction|
Motorists should watch for changing traffic patterns on KY 11 at the new Flemingsburg Bypass intersection. Currently, the traffic signal has been removed and motorists approaching from all three directions – on the existing bypass, on KY 11 from Maysville and on KY 32 from downtown Flemingsburg – must stop at the intersection where traffic is configured as a three-way stop.
Traffic will shift to newly-constructed travel lanes as work progresses. Motorists should reduce speeds and stay within marked lanes, heed all warning signs and remain alert for future changes in the work zone. Also, watch for barrells and lane changes where construction crosses Cherry Grove Road (KY 597) and KY 11 intersections as well as at the KY 57 terminus.
|Greenup||Construction on KY 750 at Raceland|
Traffic restrictions on US 23 at KY 750 (Pond Run Road) are expected as work to rebuild the road continues through summer. On US 23, four-lane travel will be maintained on US 23, but motorists should be prepared for lane shifts in the work zone. On KY 750, intermittent daytime lane closures and travel restrictions are possible. Motorists should watch electronic message boards for traffic announcements.
Once major work begins on KY 750, a section of the highway between Chinn Street and Greenup Avenue will be closed – approximately May 22 to August 14 – to expedite construction. Schedules and detours will be announced prior to traffic changes.
|Mason||Springdale Road closed for construction|
Springdale Road is currently CLOSED to through traffic as work continues along 2.15 miles of Springdale Road from KY 10 to Carmeuse Road. In some areas, motorists may also expect one-lane traffic with traffic controlled by flaggers during daytime work hours, and should watch for message boards announcing lane closures.
|Rowan||Construction on KY 801 at Scott's Creek|
Work is under way on a $614,000 Kentucky Transportation Cabinet turn-lane project on KY 801 at Cave Run Lake that will rebuild approximately 1,700 feet of KY 801 at the Scott’s Creek Marina and boat ramp intersections. Construction will require lane restrictions and traffic changes. Motorists should watch for message boards announcing changes, and heed all warning signs. Project completion is expected by late spring.
|Rowan||Bridge work on Cranston Road|
Motorists should watch for one-lane traffic on Cranston Road (KY 377) at mile marker 11 as contractors work to repair a bridge over the North Fork of Triplett Creek in preparation for paving later this spring.