Highway District 11

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The Kentucky Department of Highways District 11​ oversees the construction and maintenance of highways in eight southeastern Kentucky counties: Bell, Clay, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Leslie, and Whitley. District staff coordinates all aspects of road development from planning, design, and right-of-way purchasing to administering construction contracts. The District 11 office also performs highway maintenance functions including pothole patching, mowing and snow removal.​
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Asphalt Rehab Project on I-75 in Whitley County Beginning Thursday
KY1850 (Mile Point 2.759) is now Open to Traffic Following the Completion of Diversion Around Existing Structure
Low Water Crossing on KY 1850 Over Phillips Fork in Clay County Set for Closure Tuesday
Vehicle height restrictions in place on KY 74 in Middlesboro
A portion of KY 3427 in Leslie County is closed due to slide repair operations
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11-188 U.S.25E (KnoxCounty section)

US 25W from KY 727 to KY 3041 (Corbin Bypass)

Whitley County




11-181 - Laurel - US 25 - Survey/Pin Map​​

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is performing a planning study for US 25, located on the north side of London, KY between CVB Drive and KY 490. We need your input! Please visit https://bit.ly/US25Study to check out information related to the planning study and take a short survey or drop a pin on a map to help the study team identify the needs along the corridor.
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 Public Meeting Information

U.S. 421 Public Meeting

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has scheduled a public information meeting to present alternates for spot improvements to improve geometrics along US 421 crossing over Pine Mountain between US 119 and KY 221 in Harlan County to address safety concerns and encompasses mile point 17.2 to mile point 23.0.  This project is listed in the 2022 Enacted Highway Plan as Item No. 11-80259.

The meeting will be held at the following time and location:

Tuesday March 26th, 2024, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Harlan County High School

4000 U.S.​ 119 

Baxter, KY 40806

The purpose of this meeting is to present the alternates for review and to ask for feedback from attendees regarding the projects. KYTC will have representatives available to answer questions concerning the proposed design, right of way acquisition process and project schedule. Comment forms will be provided, and they may be returned before the meeting ends or for a period of two weeks after the meeting. This meeting will be conducted in an open format with no formal presentation, meaning that you may attend at any point during the time indicated above. 




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