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US 119 Project May Take 20 Years to Complete
Posted: 8-Feb-2002 5:41AM CST

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports in this article [Outside Link] that a project to improve US 119 across Pine Mountain will begin this spring; however, trucks will probably still be banned from the highway due to remaining hairpin curves. A project to construct a tunnel through the mountain is being studied, but it may take 20 years to complete such a project.

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