The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has awarded improvement projects totaling almost $3.4 million for eight bridges Bath, Fleming, Carter, Boyd and Greenup counties.
April marked the inaugural direct flight from SDF to LAX – Louisville’s most-requested route. Over 1,100 people fly from Louisville to the L.A. region weekly. Plus, the flights took off just in time for Derby!
Example: A recent ramp project in Shively resulted in 72 percent fewer accidents, according to crash reports analyzed by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The accidents were also less severe and were less likely to cause injury.
Luckett & Farley is expanding its work in new directions with “design activism” – a commitment to making Kentucky an even better place to live.
WellCare of Kentucky and the WellCare Community Foundation donated $100,000 to Volunteers of America Mid-States, Inc. (VOA) to open a new residential addiction treatment program in Manchester, Kentucky for new and expectant mothers.
Kentucky’s nearly 2,800 miles of rail provide employers with freight logistics and add to our annual growth in exports, boosting the economy.
The American Society of Civil Engineers recently released KY’s Infrastructure Report Card, highlighting the need for improvements to roads, bridges & more.
KY Chamber Pres. Dave Adkisson, NKY Chamber Pres. Brent Cooper, GLI Pres. Kent Oyler, and Commerce Lexington President Bob Quick talk infrastructure.
The introduction of Opportunity Zones has created a catalyst for additional public-private partnerships to generate new businesses and jobs.
The Western Kentucky Infrastructure Fund is an innovative, private fund established to provide debt financing to private-sector firms participating in public infrastructure projects at both the state and local levels.