Crews are on the roads in Louisville clearing snow. Several inches of snow fell last night and snow is expected to continue until about noon. Louisville Metro Government has crews on the roads and state crews are clearing the interstates in one-hour cycles. Transportation Cabinet spokesperson Andrea Clifford says the state crews will continue to… Continue reading Saturday Morning Snow Update
The federal stimulus package will fund some additional highway projects across Kentucky, and the state Transportation Cabinet is taking steps to protect the extra workers.
Local and state road crews in Kentucky and southern Indiana continue the work of salting and plowing roads left treacherous by the winter storm that moved into
the area early Tuesday.
Louisville Metro Government is waiting for approval from two state agencies before repairing and re-opening a one-lane bridge in eastern Jefferson County.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson and eleven other mayors have been invited to meet with President-Elect Barack Obama’s transition team.
It’s no secret Kentucky is in an economic pickle. The Governor hopes to save some money now – and in the future – by changing the way Kentucky designs roads.
And although transportation officials don’t know how much money could be saved, they’re moving forward with cost-cutting measures on projects that are already underway. WFPL’s Stephanie Sanders reports.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear talked about the power of teamwork during an address to the annual Local Issues Conference in Louisville Tuesday.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is rethinking its plans for road repairs and construction.