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US 41 Traffic and Access Management Study​

County: Henderson

The purpose of this project is to relieve congestion and improve safety along the US 41 corridor from north of the US 60 interchange to the intersection with Wolf Hills.  The completion of the I-69 corridor between Kentucky and Indiana will affect future demand along US 41 (i.e., the six-lane widening concept would not be warranted if a new I-69 bridge is built between Evansville and Henderson).

 

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 Executive Summary, Final Report

 
  
  
US 41 Traffic and Access Management Study_Executive Summary.pdfUS 41 Traffic and Access Management Study_Executive Summary
US 41 Traffic and Access Management Study_Final Report.pdfUS 41 Traffic and Access Management Study_Final Report
 

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 Appendix

 
  
  
Appendix A - US 41 Traffic Forecast Report.pdfAppendix A - US 41 Traffic Forecast Report
Appendix B - US 41 Historical Crash Data (2012 - 2014).pdfAppendix B - US 41 Historical Crash Data (2012 - 2014)
Appendix C - US 41 Environmental Overview.pdfAppendix C - US 41 Environmental Overview
Appendix D - US 41 Socioeconomic Study.pdfAppendix D - US 41 Socioeconomic Study
Appendix E - US 41 Meeting Summaries.pdfAppendix E - US 41 Meeting Summaries
Appendix F - US 41 Safety and Mobility Plan.pdfAppendix F - US 41 Safety and Mobility Plan
Appendix G - US 41 Six Lane Widening.pdfAppendix G - US 41 Six Lane Widening
 

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Contact Info

Division of Planning
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Frankfort, KY 40622
Phone:(502)564-7183
Fax: (502)564-2865
Email: Steve Ross or
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