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Judging from a map from 1937, it appears that at one point the two segments of KY 92 were connected by a ferry across the Cumberland River. In 1937, KY 92 was classified as an “improved” road—meaning some sort of high quality gravel road—from Monticello north to the Cumberland River. A ferry provided service across the river in the vicinity of modern day Lake Cumberland State Resort Park. Unlike the road south of the river, KY 92 between the river and Jamestown was a dirt road in 1937; however, KY 92 would have formed a direct route between Monticello and Jamestown.
By 1952, the next oldest map I own, Lake Cumberland had been impounded and the ferry was closed.
From the 1937 map, it appears that KY 92 south of the river would have followed a route along modern day KY 674 towards the ferry.
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Supporters Promote Lake Cumberland Bridge
Posted: 13-Feb-2004 9:42AM CST
Supporters seeking state and federal funding to connect the two KY 92.s in southern Kentucky. Kentucky 92 currently exists as two separate highways divided by Lake Cumberland. Supporters are seeking to have a bridge constructed in the vicinity of Lake Cumberland State Park to connect these two routes.
Before Lake Cumberland was impounded over fifty years ago, a ferry across Cumberland River connected the two sections of KY 92 and helped form a direct route between Jamestown and Monticello.
January Procurement Bulletins
Posted: 15-Feb-2003 6:16AM CST
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Division of Professional Services Procurement Bulletins for January include design for the relocation of US 431 in Logan County , design for relocating US 127 in Clinton County (1 , 2 , 3 ), and design for relocating KY 92 in McCreary County .
Transportation Spending Bill Passes Both Houses of Congress
Posted: 8-Dec-2001 4:52AM CST
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The conference version of the Transportation spending bill has passed both houses of Congress and is now waiting to be signed by the President.
Kentucky is mentioned several places in the bill:
Quite an impressive haul; however, there is no funding for I-175.
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