Pulaski County Fiscal Court is throwing its support behind efforts to fund a proposed interchange at the East Ky. 80 and Ky. 461 intersection.
Meeting in regular session Tuesday morning, the court approved a resolution in support of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s application for $25 million in federal grant funding for the project. If approved, it would add to $22 million state legislators included in the six-year highway plan that goes into effect July 1.
“There is an opportunity now that…will allow us to have the ‘Cadillac version’ of that interchange,” Pulaski County Judge-Executive Steve Kelley said, adding that the additional funding would also allow for a diamond-shaped exchange at the Valley Oak industrial complex and four lanes on Ky. 461 “all the way up almost to the Buck Creek bridge.”
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