SHEPHERDSVILLE — State officials plan on making over $1.1 million in road improvements during the upcoming fiscal year thanks to a program that takes care of more rural highways in Kentucky.
Bullitt Fiscal Court unanimously supported a plan delivered by Fifth District Kentucky Transportation Cabinet chief engineer Matt Bullock on Tuesday.
Under funds provided through the Rural Secondary Road program, the state plans to resurface five heavily-traveled roadways over the next year.
The following roads are planned for improvements:
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