|Boyd||Improvements on KY 3294 Cannonsburg Road|
A 5-mile highway safety improvement project on KY 3294 (Cannonsburg Road) includes not only removal of trees near the state highway, but also guardrail work, shoulder repairs, replacement of more than two dozen drainage pipes and culverts, and blacktop patching along KY 3294 from Adams Drive at Cannonsburg past the KY 538 intersection to Johnda Drive on the Catlettsburg side.
The public should expect delays with lane closures controlled by flaggers for ditching and pipe replacements. Contractors will replace pipes half at a time to avoid complete closures. However, some full road closures will be required and will be announced. Motorists should watch message boards and signs for traffic announcements.
|Boyd||US 60, KY 716 at Summit near Ashland|
One lane traffic on US 60 west of Ashland and temporary traffic closures at the KY 716 intersection for $3.4 million Us 60 upgrade, including removal of median, new blacktop and new turn lanes ...
All traffic on US 60 is shifted into one lane, the right lane, as contractors close the inside left lane along the entire two-mile work zone in each direction from Summit to Rose Hill.
The following traffic restrictions at the KY 716 intersection will be in effect for the next several weeks:
-- The right lane is closed, and all through and turning traffic eastbound is in the left laneon new concrete. Follow signs and barrels passing through the intersection. Driving lane shifts from left to right through the area.
|Carter||I-64 one lane at 150 MM in Carter|
Westbound I-64 in Carter County is one lane around mile marker 150 just before the Rowan County line due to a break in pavement. The right lane has been closed. Repairs are pending and, until complete, westbound I-64 traffic will remain one lane in the damaged area. Motorists should travel with caution and heed merge signs.
|Elliott||KY 7 reconstruction in Elliott County|
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, flagged traffic and other impacts, and should be mindful of trucks or other heavy equipment entering and leaving the highway.
Motorists should expect rough pavement on existing KY 7 in some areas, especially near Hilltop.
|Fleming||KY 11 Flemingsburg Bypass repairs|
Contractors are rebuilding part of the older section of the Flemingsburg Bypass between the Maysville Road-West Water Street intersection north of downtown past the hospital and Elizaville Road area to the KY 11 Business (Mt. Sterling Avenue) intersection south of downtown. Work will include full-depth excavation in some areas, new blacktop, median and drainage improvements, additional turn lanes and other work.
Watch for one lane traffic, controlled by flaggers. The speed limit along that section of bypass has been reduced to 45 MPH for the duration of the construction project, and is being patrolled by law enforcement.
Currently, between the Flemingsburg Hospital and KY 559 near Maysville Road two-way traffic is being maintained, with occasional flagged traffic. And, all traffic has shifted left going toward Maysville Road, with southbound traffic running on the shoulder. Motorists should watch for narrow lanes and rough pavement. Speed limit is 45 mph.
|Greenup||AA Highway guardrail replacement|
Motorists should watch for weekday lane closures along the AA Highway (KY 9 and KY 10) in northeast Kentucky this spring as contractors replace guardrail from Maysville to Greenup.
Currently, contractors are working sections of the AA in Lewis and Greenup counties between Vanceburg and the Grayson spur as well as US 23 and Quincy. Due to equipment in the roadway, one lane of the highway will be closed where contractors are working. Traffic is being controlled by flaggers. Expect delays.
|Greenup||KY 3306 closed at Hunnewell|
Due to an embankment failure adjacent to the roadway, KY 3306 (Tunnel Branch Road) in Greenup County is closed until further notice between KY 1 and Hunnewell. Please use caution and do not drive past barricades or road closed signs.
|Greenup||Carl Perkins bridge closed at Portsmouth|
During the painting and closure of the Carl Perkins Bridge in Greenup County - until Nov. 15 - all traffic between Kentucky and Ohio will be detoured across the US 23-U.S. Grant Bridge (the nearby cable-stayed bridge to downtown Portsmouth) along these routes:
Traffic Changes - In Kentucky
-- Traffic on KY 8 East or US 23 North: Cars and commercial trucks should follow US 23 North across the Grant bridge, then either turn left on Second Street to access Ohio 73 to West Portsmouth-Hillsboro and US 52 West toward Cincinnati or veer right to stay on US 23 North (Gay Street) toward Columbus or to access US 52 East toward Ironton.
Traffic Changes - In Ohio
-- Traffic on US 23 South or US 52 West coming from Columbus or Ironton: Cars should follow existing signs for US 23 South (Washington Street) to the Grant bridge; commercial trucks should use the existing US 23 Truck Route, follow existing “Kentucky” signs, then detour via Ohio 73 East to Second Street to the Grant bridge.
-- Traffic on US 52 East, Ohio 73 or Ohio 104 coming from Cincinnati, Hillsboro or West Portsmouth: Follow existing “Kentucky” signs or US 23 Truck Route signs to detour via Ohio 73 East to Second Street to the Grant bridge.
Detour routes are subject to change if floodwater affects Ohio 73 off ramps. All thru traffic and commercial vehicles should avoid Chillicothe Street (Business US 23) in Portsmouth due to brick pavement and narrow lanes.
|Mason||US 62 repairs at Maysville|
All traffic on US 62 – formerly known as US 68 hill – is being reconstructed, and all traffic is one lane each direction with a center turn lane between the AA Highway and Moody Drive. Entrance traffic may be restricted at times, with travel on rough surfaces.
Between Fourth Street and Forest Avenue (KY 10) until May 21: Traffic will be restricted to inbound to downtown (eastbound) in one lane, with all out-of-town (westbound) traffic detoured via US 68-Clyde Barbour Parkway, West Fourth Street or Lexington Avenue.
Work will continue through early August. Follow http://twitter.com/US62Maysville
or search @US62Maysville on Twitter for traffic updates.
|Mason||Germantown Road paving|
KY 10 (Germantown Road) paving is expected to start Monday, April 20, with work taking place along nearly four miles of the highway between the Bracken County line and the AA Highway. Expect one-lane traffic controlled by flaggers, and delays.
|Rowan||KY 32 rehab at Park Hills|
Contractors are working along KY 32 north of Morehead between Park Hills and the Fleming County line. Watch for flaggers and intermittent stopped traffic each weekday during roadside and culvert construction, which will take place the next four to five weeks. Once full pavement replacement begins in late April or early May, traffic will be one lane in the area with delays likely during workdays.
|Rowan||KY 377, US 60, KY 7 sign installation|
Motorists should expect flagged traffic at various locations along several state highways in northeast Kentucky for installation of horizontal alignment signs as part of a safety improvement project.
Contractors are finishing work along KY 799 (Big Perry Road) in Rowan County, and will advance soon to KY 377 (Cranston Road) in both Rowan and Lewis counties. Other highways where new signage will be installed include US 60 in Rowan County, KY 7 in Carter County, KY 5 in Greenup County, and KY 3, KY 5, KY 1937 in Boyd County.
|Rowan||KY 3318 Clay Lick Road one lane|
Due to an embankment failure adjacent to the roadway, KY 3138 Clay Lick Road in Rowan County off KY 1274 in the Cave Run Lake area has been reduced to one lane with an 8-foot width restriction as the pavement is undermined.
Please use caution and do not drive past barricades or road closed and heed all warning signs.
|Rowan||KY 32-Christy Creek paving|
As weather allows, paving is taking place along KY 32 east of Morehead along Christy Creek - between US 60 at Rodburn to just past Seas Branch near Elliottville.
Work could take place for several weeks, and includes milling away old blacktop and repaving with new asphalt. During daytime work hours of approximately 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., traffic could be one lane at times with flaggers directing traffic. Expect delays.