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KY 429 Project, Marion Co., to improve safety begins this week

$442,000 project designed to improve visibility and increase safety
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By Chris Jessie, Public Information Officer
Kentucky Highway Department, District 4, Elizabethtown, KY

ELIZABETHTOWN, KY (July 21, 2014) - Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Contract Crews will begin cutting down the crest of a hill along KY 429 in Marion County near Toad Mattingly Road beginning Thursday, July 24, 2014. The project is designed to improve visibility and increase safety.


A diversion will be in place for motorists to travel around the work zone. Both KY 429 and Toad Mattingly Road will remain open during the project.

Motorists should reduce speed and exercise additional caution upon approach to the area.

Work on the project is scheduled to be complete within 60 days.

Rame Contracting, LLC was awarded the project contract on June 11, 2014, for just under $442 thousand dollars.


This story was posted on 2014-07-21 11:19:58
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