Freight Planning


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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) seeks comment on the 2016 Kentucky Statewide Freight Plan and Executive Summary.  During this outreach process, the project team requests feedback and information from freight professionals, local government, industry, agency, and the public to contribute to the direction of the KYTC Freight Program.  Division of Planning, Multimodal Programs Branch partnered with consultant CDM Smith and the Kentucky Transportation Center to prepare the Draft 2016 Kentucky Statewide Freight Plan.  The Draft Freight Plan and Executive Summary are posted above.  During this period of June 1-30, 2016, KYTC requests public, local government, industry, and agency review and comment.  Written comments will be accepted through July 8, 2016.    
 
Written comments may be submitted to:
 
KYTC Division of Planning
Freight Coordinator
 
Post:  200 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY 40622
Fax:  502-564-2865
 
Freight Advisory Committee Development
One of the recommendations of this plan is to develop a Kentucky Freight Advisory Committee. It is KYTC’s continued desire to coordinate with the freight industry in Kentucky.  As part of this ongoing effort, KYTC is asking for industry guidance on developing a Kentucky Freight Advisory Committee to report, advise, and instruct state officials about industry needs, innovation, and planning.  The FAST Act encourages each state to establish a Freight Advisory Committee to consist of a representative cross-section of public and private multimodal freight stakeholders [49 U.S.C. 70201]. 
    
Future Freight Functions
KYTC also seeks your input in prioritizing freight activities for the near future.  Please take a few minutes to complete this brief survey (5 minutes) to direct KYTC’s next freight efforts. 
 
Please use this 30-day Freight Plan review period to read through the plan and send any comments about the document, complete the survey, and consider serving on Kentucky’s Freight Advisory Committee.
 
 

Freight Maps

 Highway Freight Network

 Riverports

Ferryboats

 Airports

 Railroads

National Highway System Map

National Truck Network Map

Truck Weight Classification Map-Statewide

Truck Weight Classification Map-Urban Areas

Kentucky 2015 Freight Conference

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet partnered with KY-FHWA, Ohio Department of Transportation, Indiana Department of Transportation, Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI), Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments (TMACOG), and Jobs Ohio to host the 2015 Conference on Freight, September 14-16, 2015, in Cincinnati, OH.  A link to presentations will be posted when available.
 
 

Training Opportunities

             Federal Highway Administration - Talking Freight Webinars