Three areas will be addressed in southern Campbell and northern Pendleton counties
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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) announces that a project to make long-awaited improvements on U.S. 27 in southern Campbell and northern Pendleton counties is to begin May 10.
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“We are happy to start this project that will improve the corridor and make it a safer roadway for those who travel through and live here,” said Bob Yeager, chief district engineer of Department of Highways District 6, in Covington.
Improvements will include:
-Adding a right turn lane at KY 177 onto U.S. 27 in Pendleton County with a new lane connecting to the current truck lane on northbound U.S. 27.
-Realignment of the intersection at U.S. 27 and Boss Dunaway Road in Pendleton County.
-Realignment of the intersection of U.S. 27 and Plum Creek Church Road in Campbell County.
-Motorists can expect flaggers for culvert work near KY 177. Also, watch for crews, equipment and possible lane closures within the work zone.
KYTC awarded the $5.6 million project to Lawrence Construction & Leasing, Inc. of Walton, Kentucky. The project has a July 1, 2022 completion date.