MOUNT WASHINGTON – The first phase of a major Highway 44 road project is progressing, but it’s impossible to tell if or when the plans will come to fruition.
A lack of funding could cause the proposed enhancements for Highway 44 between Kings Church Road and Bardstown Road to still be years away.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet conducted a public meeting Tuesday to gather additional feedback on the plans, which include up to five lanes in front of Bullitt East High School and three lanes in lesser traveled areas.
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