||Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Department of Highways, District 10
|Governor Ernie Fletcher and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Announce Pavement Marker Installation on Various Routes in District 10
||April 13, 2005
H.B. Elkins, PIO
JACKSON, KY – (May 13, 2005) -- As part of Governor Ernie Fletcher’s vision to provide a safe and reliable transportation system, acting Transportation Secretary Bill Nighbert announces improvements to several routes in the counties served by the Department of Highways District 10. Pavement markers and reflectors will be installed on approximately 40 miles of highway within the district.
"As part of our highway-economic development plan, this road project will improve mobility while providing more opportunities to the people of the affected counties in District 10 and Kentucky," said Governor Ernie Fletcher.
Highway Markings, Inc. of Knoxville, Tenn., was awarded the low bid contract for $531,718.
Pavement markers will be installed on the following routes:
- KY 52, from the Lee County line to mile marker 5 near Oakdale.
- KY 52, from mile marker 8 to KY 30.
- KY 52, from KY 3327 to KY 499.
- KY 89, from Broadway in Irvine to KY 794.
- KY 11, from KY 587 to the South Fork of Kentucky River bridge in Beattyville.
- KY 52, from KY 498 to Silver Creek near River Street in Beattyville.
- KY 52, from KY 11 to near the Mooretown railroad bridge.
- US 460, from KY 2019 to near the State Road Fork Creek bridge in Salyersville.
- KY 203, from the Wolfe County line to US 460 at Mize.
- KY 11, from the Wolfe County line to the Bert T. Combs Mountain Parkway at Slade.
- KY 11, from KY 715 at Zachariah to the Powell County line.
- KY 15 Spur, from KY 15 in Campton to the Bert T. Combs Mountain Parkway.
- KY 203, from KY 191 at Hazel Green to the Morgan County line.
Work is expected to begin in the near future and the anticipated completion date is Nov. 1. Construction activities are scheduled on a tentative basis and are subject to change depending on weather conditions.