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Roads in Louisville, Kentucky

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Roads in Louisville, Kentucky

The roads in Louisville, Kentucky include Interstates 64, 65 and 71, with an interchange in the city center. There are six U.S. highways serving the city. Two beltways surround Louisville.


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I-64 A major west-east interstate that enters the city's West End via the Sherman Minton Bridge from New Albany, Indiana where it becomes the Riverfront Expressway. The highway continues through Downtown Louisville, and proceeds eastward through Cherokee Park and the eastern suburbs.
I-65 A major north-south interstate that enters downtown from Louisville's Indiana suburbs via the John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge, continues southward to Louisville International Airport, and proceeds through the southern suburbs. I-65 is named Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway through the city.
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