The latest round of projects brings this year’s total for asphalt rehabilitation contacts to more than $140 million.
The asphalt contracts recently awarded are taking place in 59 of
’s 120 counties. Kentucky
“Improving and maintaining our roadways through asphalt rehabilitation is just one of the ways we work toward providing safe and efficient travel routes throughout the Commonwealth,” Kentucky Transportation Secretary Mike Hancock said. “We are pleased so many projects can be awarded that help us accomplish this goal.”
The contracts awarded span the Commonwealth, from
Fulton County in the south west to in the north east. They also range in cost from a $6.9 million project to improve KY 80 in Greenup County Pulaski County to a $96,000 project in to improve Caldwell County North Jefferson Street (KY 293).