Years ago, Boone County, Kentucky’s leaders laid out a plan for upgrading transportation facilities across the county. Their goal was to improve safety and accessibility for county residents and visitors, as well as to introduce multimodal access where it was lacking. One of the key projects in support of the plan has been the widening and reconstruction of a 5.2-mile stretch of KY-237. In the May issue of Civil + Structural Engineer magazine, GS&P Senior Transportation Engineer Jeremy Kubac discusses the award-winning project and how its three-section improvement plan has helped create a more connected community.
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