Transportation Cabinet brings ‘information highway’ to Kentucky State Fair
KYTC booth on ‘Main Street’ offers wealth of information for travelers, fairgoers
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 17, 2011) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is providing an “information highway” at the 2011 Kentucky State Fair.
For 11 days, beginning Thursday, fairgoers will find, amid the rides, music, crafts and corn dogs, answers to questions on all things related to transportation at the KYTC booth – airports to bike trails, driver licenses to special license plates.
Take the Main Street Exit in the South Wing of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center. There, at the KYTC display booth along Main Street Kentucky, you will find information on those and many other transportation-related topics.
“The Kentucky State Fair is an invaluable outlet for our public outreach,” Transportation Secretary Mike Hancock said. “I believe visitors will leave the fair with a better idea of the many ways in which the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet touches their lives.”
A prominent component of this year’s KYTC display is a continuously running video, providing information about a wide variety of Cabinet services and projects. Brochures explaining various programs, such as the Graduated Driver’s License, will be available, too. While visiting the booth, make sure to pick up a KYTC business card that includes the address for a revamped, user-friendly and information-packed website.
Whether you’re interested in learning about the Safe Routes to School program (SRTS), Kentucky Engineering Exposure Network (KEEN), road improvement projects in your area, or just a state highway map you will find valuable information at the KYTC Information Center.
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