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Navigating the bypass: Greensburg St. going north

2008-10-09 - Greensburg ST, going north, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
GREENSBURG ST, KY 439, COLUMBIA, KY: It's no longer the simple "Y." Motorists will need to know that the directional signs mean the second left for KY 61 South. The immediate left is KY 439, to Hudson Street. Travelers north to Greensburg, and south to Burkesville use the center lane before choosing straight or left. Travelers to the Adair County School District Campus turn right, as do motorists going to Pelham Branch Road, or to KY 55 North. The crest of the intersection offers a dramatic view of Downey's Mill and beautiful farms and residences, but drivers will be in peril if they do not pay strict attention to the complicated crossing. The road is expected to be open sometime today, Thursday, October 9, 2008.

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