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Newtown Pike Extension Public Meeting to be held Tuesday
Posted: 18-Sep-2009 9:51PM CDT

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will hold a public meeting in Lexington Tuesday to discuss the state of the extension of Newtown Pike: Lexington Herald-Leader: Newtown Pike extension update is Tuesday (Sept. 18, 2009) [Outside Link]

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Governor to Allocate Highway Contingency Funds to Bury Newtown Pike Utility Lines
Posted: 26-Aug-2009 8:56AM CDT

Money will be released from the state's highway contingency fund to bury utility cables along the Newtown Pike extension in Lexington: Lexington Herald-Leader: Power lines along Newtown Pike Extension will be buried (Aug. 26, 2009) [Outside Link]

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Critics Concerned about Power Lines along Newtown Pike Extension
Posted: 20-Aug-2009 7:30AM CDT

Critics are concerned that power lines will clutter the view along Lexington's Newtown Pike extension: Lexington Herald-Leader: Power lines will clutter Newtown Pike extension, project critics say (Aug. 13, 2009) [Outside Link]

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New Circle Road/Newtown Pike Interchange Eyed for Replacement
Posted: 7-Feb-2005 4:42PM CST
Topics: [Fayette County] [KY 4] [KY 922]

Engineers are studying how to best replace the cloverleaf interchange at New Circle Road (KY 4) and Newtown Pike (KY 922). The interchange was constructed in the 1960s when traffic on New Circle Road was less than a third of what it is today.

More information: Lexington Herald-Leader: Interchange having midlife crisis (Feb. 7, 2005) [Outside Link]

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Newtown Pike Extension Receives Federal Funding
Posted: 22-Dec-2004 9:04PM CST

U.S. Representative Ben Chandler recently presented Lexington with $2 million in federal funding for a project to extend Newtown Pike. Plans are to redevelop Newtown Pike as a new gateway to the University of Kentucky from I-75. Work on the $36.5 million project is expected to begin in 2007 and take 15 years to complete.

More information: Lexington Herald-Leader: Newtown extension project gets $2 million (Dec. 15, 2004) [Outside Link], Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government: Newtown Pike Extension [Outside Link]

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Neighborhood Will Be Razed to Make Room for Newtown Pike Extension
Posted: 15-Nov-2003 6:20PM CST

Part Davistown, one of Lexington's poorest neighborhoods, will be razed to make way for a 1.25-mile extension of Newtown Pike through downtown Lexington. Many of the houses in the neighborhood will be cleared to make way for a new housing development and park associated with the project. Current residents have been promised opportunities to live in the new housing development.

More information: Lexington Herald-Leader: Neighborhood will be razed for road extension (Nov. 15, 2003) [Outside Link]

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Officials Pledge Housing Will Be a Priority in Newtown Pike Extension
Posted: 6-Sep-2002 11:05PM CDT

Federal, state, and local officials have pledged that housing and community input will be taken into account during the planning and construction of an extension to Newtown Pike in downtown Lexington. 180 new homes will be constructed by non-profit agencies during the process of building the new road. The new 1.25 mile road is expected to open in 2007. The road will connect West Main Street to Patterson Street.

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