A contractor for the KYTC has begun an asphalt paving project at the U.S 62 intersection with McCracken Boulevard in western McCracken County.
PADUCAH– The KYTC plans to reduce the speed limit of U.S. 60/Clarks River Road on Paducah’s Southside from 55 miles per hour (mph) to 45 mph this Monday.
MASSAC COUNTY, IL– At 9:44 a.m. Thursday, the Illinois State Police responded to a collision on Interstate 24 westbound in Massac County.
A contractor for the KYTC plans to create a work zone lane restriction on Kentucky Route 91 at the northwest edge of Marion in Crittenden County starting Thursday.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is urging residents of Murray and Calloway County to fill out an online survey regarding traffic safety and congestion in the area.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says a contractor will restrict eastbound traffic to one lane between the 13 and 14 mile markers so rock can be placed along slopes to help with erosion control.
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, IL– The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has launched a new website that gives the public an opportunity to comment on the extension of Herrin Road from Cambria Road to County Line Road in Williamson County
MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY– A contractor for the KYTC plans an extended closure of Kentucky Route 787/Bryant Ford Road in southeast McCracken County starting Monday.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says Lebanon Church Road in McCracken County is back open to traffic Friday night.
MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY– On Friday at 7:30 a.m. deputies for the McCracken County Sheriff's Office responded to a two-vehicle collision in the area of U.S. 45 and Lebanon Church Road.
A contractor for the KYTC plans to begin a milling and asphalt paving project along a section of KY 305 in western McCracken County on Friday.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has issued an "Antler Alert." The Jackson Purchase region had more than 260 reports of deer-involved collisions last year. As a whole, Kentucky had 2,901 reports.
UPDATE 3:07 p.m. Interstate 24 westbound has reopened to traffic near the 59 mile marker in Trigg County. The road was closed for a time Wednesday because of a crash involving a semitrailer.
Here's a list of routes where the contractor plans to mow. Drivers are asked to use caution where people are working near the flow of traffic.
A contractor for the KYTC is plans to resume bridge deck work along I-24 westbound in Marshall County, near the 28 mile marker.
A contractor for the KYTC will begin an asphalt patching project along sections of Interstate 24 in Lyon and Livingston counties this week.
"Safety is paramount," Paducah Mayor George Bray said. "And we need to make these changes before somebody gets hurt. There's short-term pain, but long-term gain, you know, in getting that intersection improved."
CALLOWAY COUNTY, KY — Kentucky State Police Post 1 is investigating a two-vehicle crash that hospitalized two men Wednesday morning in Calloway County.
A contractor for the KYTC plans to begin painting highway centerlines and edge lines in several western Kentucky counties this week.
The new U.S. 62/KY 286 intersection in west McCracken County is open. A contractor for the KYTC completed the transition to a "T" intersection earlier than expected.
The cabinet says "substantial work" will have to be done to restore power to the signal. It's expected to remain out of service for one to four days.
Interstate 24 westbound is now open to traffic several hours after a semitrailer crash at the 2.6 mile marker near Paducah, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says.
PADUCAH– The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) plan to close one lane of Interstate 24 eastbound near the 7 mile marker in Paducah for a concrete pothole patching project.
In a news release about the change, McCracken County Commissioner Bill Bartleman said his own research of traffic records found that there have been more than 400 crashes along that stretch of road over the past 11 years, causing injuries to more than 130 people and claiming 11 lives.
The site of a 10-vehicle crash that blocked Interstate 24 eastbound near the 8 mile marker in the Clarksville area of Tennessee has been cleared, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says.
All lanes of I-69 southbound are open to traffic just south of the I-24 exit 25 interchange in Marshall County, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says. The site of a crash and gravel spill at that location has been cleared.