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List of Interstate Highways in Kentucky

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List of Interstate Highways in Kentucky

Highway markers for Interstate 75 and Interstate 264
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate nn (I-nn)
US Routes: U.S. Highway nn (US nn)
State: Kentucky Route nn (KY nn)
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This is a list of interstates in Kentucky.

Shield Name Description
Interstate 24 Begins at the Illinois Ohio River near Paducah and stretches 94 miles (152 km) southeast to the Tennessee border near Oak Grove.
Interstate 64 Begins at the Indiana Ohio River in Louisville and travels 191 miles (308 km) east to the West Virginia Big Sandy River (Ohio River) near Catlettsburg.
Interstate 65 Begins at the Tennessee border near Franklin and travels 137 miles (222 km) north to the Indiana Ohio River in Louisville.
Interstate 66 A proposed interstate highway that would run east to west across the southern portion of the state.
Interstate 69 President George W. Bush signed legislation declaring portions of both the Pennyrile Parkway and the Western Kentucky Parkway as well as all of the Purchase Parkway as part of the extension of I-69 in June 2008.[1]
Interstate 71 Begins in Louisville and stretches north east 96 miles (154 km) into Ohio while converging in Walton with I-75.
Interstate 75 Begins at the Tennessee border near Williamsburg heading north 192 miles (311 km) to Covington.
Interstate 175 (defunct) I-175 was a proposed Interstate highway to relieve traffic along the I-75 corridor. House Report 107-108 in the US Representatives report, details the proposed spending of the US Department of Transportation for FY2002, which includes $2,400,000 for the Interstate 175 corridor. This includes the feasibility and the planning study.[2] However, the final version of the bill did not have this funding.[3]
Interstate 264 Begins in west Louisville at Interstate 64 and loops to the south for 23 miles (37 km) northeast of Louisville to Interstate 71.
Interstate 265 Begins south of Louisville at Interstate 65 looping around the city to the south and east for 25 miles (40 km) to northeastern Jefferson County at Interstate 71 (co-signed as KY 841).
Interstate 275 Forming a complete beltway around Cincinnati, Ohio, the Kentucky portion runs from Petersburg in the west to Fort Thomas in the east. Officially, Interstate 275 begins and ends in Erlanger.
Interstate 471 Interstate 471 begins at Interstate 275 near Highland Heights and passes Newport before crossing the Ohio River to terminate at its parent route, Interstate 71, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://whitfield.house.gov/news/press.aspx?id=228
  2. ^ "House Rpt. 107-108 - DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2002. Department of Transportation and Related Agencies. May 2, 2002". Retrieved 5 October 2014. 
  3. ^ "Committee Reports". Retrieved 5 October 2014. 
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