SHEPHERDSVILLE - If you asked residents of Bullitt County to tell you one of their biggest concerns, it would probably involve roads.
Whether it concerned safety or whether it was about congestion, roads are a concern in a growing community.
To get a better handle on some of the traffic issues, Bullitt Fiscal Court approved a planned transportation study to be conducted by the Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency.
Andy Rush, a transportation planner for KIPDA, said similar studies had been done previously for other member counties, such as Oldham.
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