Linking Kentucky

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The Kentucky Statewide Corridor Plan, or Linking Kentucky, is a planning study of key transportation corridors within the state. The goal of this study is to provide a safer, more efficient and more reliable highway network to connect people, communities and businesses.

This study identifies current and future transportation needs, gathers insight from stakeholders, and prioritizes corridors that have the greatest potential to better link Kentucky's regions and improve safety, mobility and accessibility.

Linking Kentucky is a project of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and supports the Cabinet's mission as well as current and future long-range transportation plans.

A GIS Online tool has been developed to display all study-related information in an easily accessible format.

Please note: The improvement options noted in this report are not intended to be all-encompassing. Other potential improvements are possible, including innovative solutions that could be cost-effective and address the reasons for improvement. Further study may be needed as part of the project development process.

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