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​Work zones are about more than just the crews and contractors who work there ... What happens in them impacts the lives of families, and entire communities.

You can "stand out" for our dads and moms, coaches, pastors, community leaders, and others who are in our work zones! Dress in fluourescent yellow or other bright colors, and submit a photo of support to KYTC.District9Info@Ky.Gov or post to our Facebook Page.

All photos will be posted to our public Flickr Group -- To show the world that we should keep workers - and ourselves - safe by slowing down and reducing distractions in all work zones!


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 Current Work Zones

Paving is continuing on I-64 in Bath County, with one-lane traffic east of the US 60 Owingsville exit between the 123 and 129 mile markers. Lane closures will continue until late October or early November, with the speed limit reduced to 55 miles per hour in the work zone.
The traffic signal on KY 3294 at 26th Street in downtown Catlettsburg has been deactivated, and the intersection switched to a four-way stop condition. The signal has been placed on red flash in all directions for 90 days before being removed in order to help drivers adjust to the traffic change.

Stop signs will control all traffic coming into the intersection along KY 3294 (Louisa and Center streets) and from 26th Street, with traffic required to stop before proceeding – each in turn.
KY 3 is one-lane near Spurlock Hill, which is about three miles from the US 23 intersection. Traffic is being controlled by temporary signals. Slide repairs are in progress.
As part of a $26.5 million road improvement project in Elliott County, five miles of KY 7 is being rebuilt from just north of KY 706 to the Elliott-Carter county line. Motorists should expect possible lane closures, lane shifts and other impacts, and should be mindful of trucks or other heavy equipment entering and leaving the highway in that area.

In addition, contractors are working to finish excavation at Hilltop and in other areas close to the existing highway so it can be repaired before winter. That work has required intermittent road closures, which will continue for the next several weeks. Motorists should expect rough pavement until repairs are complete.
It’s expected that traffic will be flowing on the new Flemingsburg Bypass (KY 57) early the week of Nov. 3, with traffic changes on KY 11 and KY 57:

Watch for a fully operational traffic signal at the KY 11-Maysville Road intersection; while at the KY 57 intersection, traffic from Mount-Carmel-Tollesboro will continue straight and traffic heading to downtown must make a left-turn. Traffic on old KY 57 from downtown will have stop signs at the new bypass. Traffic on KY 597 must stop and yield to bypass traffic. Motorists should slow down, watch for directional signs and remember that the area will remain an active work zone for several more weeks.
Repairs are under way on KY 8-US 23 Truck Route near South Portsmouth in Greenup County.

The work is part of a $702,000 Kentucky Transportation Cabinet improvement project being done under contract with Mountain Enterprises Inc. that includes patching and diamond grinding, or smoothing, of 1.3 miles of the four-lane highway’s concrete pavement between the Ohio River bridges leading to Portsmouth.

During repairs, traffic along that section of highway will be restricted to one lane in each direction inside work zones – day and night. Work is expected to take about a month to complete.
Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 28, and continuing for the next one to two weeks, state highway crews will work at the KY 207-KY 693 intersection where KY 207 comes into downtown from the Industrial Parkway to make embankment repairs. Each roadway – KY 207 approaching from Taylor Street and KY 693 (Bellefonte Road) approaching from both the Marsha Drive and Fannin Street sides – will be one lane controlled by temporary traffic signals.

Due to local traffic volumes and the need for three signals, delays are expected and motorists are advised to adjust travel times accordingly or find an alternate route until work is complete.
In Greenup County, bridge repairs are under way on the Industrial Parkway (KY 67) at Culp Creek between Lost Lick Road and Pleasant Valley Road. Traffic is one lane controlled by temporary signals.
Contractors are resurfacing nine miles of KY 11 in Mason County ... Work is finished between the KY 1448 intersection and its junction with US 62 downtown. Paving work is continuing along six miles of the highway from the Fleming County line north to the KY 419 intersection. As of Oct. 3, the majority of thru lanes had been paved, but shoulders must also be paved. During work, expect one-lane flagged traffic. Motorists should expect delays, especially during peak travel times, and watch message boards for traffic information.
Along the Clyde T. Barbour Parkway (US 62) in Mason County, paving work is expected soon between the William H. Harsha Bridge and the AA Highway. One-lane traffic controlled by flaggers is possible in work zones.
All KY 32 traffic has been shifted onto new pavement to bypass the Seas Branch bridge work site about 3.5 miles west of the KY 504 intersection. This diversionary route has been built to limit traffic being stopped for bridge demolition and reconstruction. It will remain in place until the $907,000 bridge replacement project is complete.

Motorists should remain watchful for construction equipment and changes in the work zone, and should note that the speed limit on KY 32 has been reduced to 35 miles per hour through that area.

 Paving List for 2014 by County


Contact Information Contact Info
Department of Highways District 9
P.O. Box 347
822 Elizaville Ave
Flemingsburg, KY 41041
Toll Free: (800) 817-2551
Phone: (606) 845-2551
Hours: 8am - 4:30pm EST, M-F
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Media Contact: Allen Blair
(606) 748-3716

 Recent News Releases

Traffic on new Flemingsburg Bypass early week of Nov. 3; changes at KY 11, KY 57 intersections
Traffic Advisory: KY 207, KY 693 one lane at Flatwoods for repairs
This Week in D9: Work zones on Greenup Avenue, I-64, KY 8, KY 11, KY 3, others
Work on Cannonsburg Road (KY 3294) beginning week of Oct. 20
Traffic Advisory: Traffic changes pending on KY 11, KY 57 at new Flemingsburg Bypass
Reminder: Non-official signs prohibited on state highway rights of way
This Week in D9: Work zones on Greenup Avenue, I-64, KY 8, KY 11, KY 3, others
Deactivation of KY 3294 signal begins in downtown Catlettsburg; four-way stop starts
Emergency road aid funds awarded to Boyd County for slide repairs
This Week in District 9: One-lane traffic continues on I-64 in Bath and Carter counties, work on US 23 at Ashland, elsewhere
Next week in District 9: Paving US 23 at Ashland, KY 11 at Maysville; work zones on I-64, KY 57, KY 8, elsewhere
Traffic change on KY 57 north of Flemingsburg at new bypass
Carter County receives $215,500 for slide repairs
Poster contest ... Kentucky Transportation Cabinet eager to ‘Adopt’ your student’s ideas
This Week in District 9: Paving on KY 11 in Mason County; work on I-64, KY 57, US 23, KY 8, KY 1306 in Lewis County, elsewhere
Time to Adopt-A-Highway and ‘fall sweep’ roadsides, help preserve the scenic beauty of the Commonwealth
This Week in District 9: Work zones on I-64, KY 57, KY 3301, KY 32, elsewhere in the next week
This Week in District 9: Road work on KY 11 in downtown Flemingsburg, KY 57, I-64 in Bath and Carter counties, elsewhere
Cabinet kicks off $4.7 million I-64 improvement in Bath County
Traffic Advisory: Repairs restrict KY 3301 to light, local traffic only beginning Tuesday