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KY Transportation Cabinet seeks public input

Stories about work zone experiences to help develop narrative for public information safety campaign

By Ryan Watts/Naitore Djigbenou

Frankfort, KY - National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week begins April 3, and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is seeking personal testimony from the public who would like to share a work zone experience that emphasizes the importance of work zone safety.

Individuals may complete a brief questionnaire and share their experience at kytc.typeform.com.

Throughout the 2017 work zone awareness campaign, the Cabinet will feature stories from the public. Submitted stories may include any experience in an active work zone, including the loss of friends or loved ones due to work zone related incidents, close encounters, observations of positive behaviors used while driving in work zones or recognition of safety practices demonstrated by construction workers.

The deadline for submission is March 17.


This story was posted on 2017-03-01 14:41:26
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