Kentucky 2155 is officially described as:
KY 2155, from a junction with US 231 at the center of the bridge over the US 60 Bypass (Wendell H. Ford Expressway), via the one-way couplet of Breckinridge Street and Fifth Street and via Lewis Street and the Glover Cary Bridge in Owensboro to the Indiana State Line (including the non-cardinal direction couplet of Triplett Street from US 60 eastbound (Fourth Street) to the intersection with KY 2155 (Breckinridge Street) in Owensboro), a distance of 4.427 miles. (MP 0.000 to MP 4.427)
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Glover Cary Bridge to be Repainted Blue
Posted: 1-Oct-2003 1:57AM CDT
Owensboro residents chose to continue to use blue paint to paint the Glove Cary Bridge over the Ohio River. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet now let locals select the color to paint bridges, and Owensboro residents chose to continue the at least 40 year old tradition of having the Blue Bridge in downtown.
More information: Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer: Bridge ballot blue is best (Sept. 5, 2003)
Voting to Choose Color of Glover Cary Bridge to Begin on Friday
Posted: 14-Aug-2003 12:08AM CDT
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will begin repainting the Glover H. Cary bridge in downtown Owensboro in 2006; however, before then, the cabinet must choose a color for the new paint. Owensboro residents will be able to voice their opinion on the bridges new color beginning Friday. Residents will be able to vote at the Daviess County Public Library, Towne Square Mall, and online at the Messenger-Inquirer website.
Area students were given a chance to vote on the bridge color in the spring. Blue is the current front runner with 44% of the vote with teal (22%), brick red (17%), and green (14%) following. The bridge was last painted in 1987 and is currently teal.
More information: Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer: (Aug. 13, 2003) (free registration required), WKYT: Citizens Will Vote On Bridge Color (Aug. 13, 2003) , KentuckyRoads.com: Photograph of Glover H. Carey Bridge
Over Two-hundred Photographs Added
Posted: 25-Jul-2003 11:36AM CDT
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Two-hundred-and-sixty-two photographs of Kentucky's roads have been added to this website. The new photo galleries include:
Cary Bridge Work Finishing Up
Posted: 31-Dec-2002 7:20AM CST
Work on the Owensboro approach to the Glover Cary Bridge should be mostly complete in a few weeks. J.R. Miller Boulevard is being realigned so that aligns with the bridge. Landscaping and final paving should be complete this spring.
More information: Messenger-Inquirer: Cary bridge work nears end (Dec. 28, 2002)
Natcher Bridge Opens
Posted: 3-Nov-2002 9:28PM CST
The William H. Natcher Bridge over the Ohio River northeast of Owensboro opened to traffic on October 21, 2002.
More information: Messenger-Inquirer: Natcher Bridge opens to traffic (Oct. 22, 2002) (free registration required), Messenger-Inquirer: Natcher Bridge on track for Monday opening (Oct. 15, 2002) (free registration required)
William H. Natcher Bridge
Posted: 1-Sep-2002 5:34AM CDT
New Route Numbers for Old US 231
Jacob Newkirk reports in this Usenet post that the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will probably renumber US 231 through downtown Owensboro as Kentucky 2155.
The Glover Cary Bridge over the Ohio River at downtown Owensboro is in Kentucky so, if current plans hold, will be part of Kentucky 2155. The stateline is on the north side of the river, and the "Welcome to Kentucky" sign is at the north end of the bridge. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will continue to maintain the 62-year old bridge.
Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer Bridge Coverage
The Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer ran a series of articles about the Natcher Bridge and other area bridges in their August 30, 2002 edition. You need to complete their free registration to view these articles online:
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