by Stephanie Crosby A protest that was planned for this afternoon at Second and Main Streets in Louisville has been scrapped. CART – or the Coalition for the Advancement of Regional Transportation – had planned the protest because construction zones there had no temporary walkway for pedestrians, forcing them to walk in the street. But… Continue reading Temporary Walkway on Main Street Pleases CART
Before the application can be submitted, it must be open for public comment. A hearing on the plan will be held Wednesday in Frankfort.
by Stephanie Crosby Eastern Parkway on the University of Louisville campus is set to re-open tomorrow after months of construction. Transportation Cabinet spokesperson Andrea Clifford says the seven-million dollar project included some changes to the I-65 interchange there, some streetscape improvements near the J.B. Speed Engineering School and bridge improvements. Clifford says the railroad bridge… Continue reading Eastern Parkway Set to Re-Open Tomorrow
Around 458 million stimulus dollars have come to Louisville, and that’s twice as much as he expected when the stimulus bill became law early last year.
The rebuilding and widening of Harrods Creek Bridge in eastern Jefferson County is set to be completed in August.
Improvements on a portion of Eastern Parkway at the University of Louisville will be completed next week. But other parts of the road will be closed into next year.
The Cabbage Patch Settlement House in Old Louisville has completed a multi-year expansion project.
Legal battles have delayed the completion date for reconstruction of the Harrods Creek Bridge in eastern Jefferson County. It was closed by state inspectors last November due to safety concerns.
The repaving of several miles of southbound 65 is expected to continue around the clock until November 15th.
Motorists who use I-65 will encounter delays starting today between the Watterson Expressway and Fern Valley Road. The Transportation Cabinet is beginning its ‘Revive 65’ project, which will replace concrete road on that three-mile stretch with asphalt. Governor Steve Beshear says it’ll be inconvenient for motorists, but the project is important. “Some 186,000 vehicles travel… Continue reading Construction to Shut Down Lanes of I-65