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[KY 1631]
New Crittenden Drive Opens Near Louisville International Airport
Posted: 22-Jul-2003 7:30PM CDT

A new four lane section of Crittenden Drive along the western edge of Louisville International Airport opened on Monday. That section of highway was closed in 1997 to allow for expansion of runways at the airport. The new section connects Crittenden Drive to Fern Valley Road south of the airport and provides better access to the UPS facility at the airport.

More information: Courier-Journal: Crittenden Drive stretch opens after rain delays; Four-lane road improves access to the UPS hub (July 22, 2003) [Outside Link] (includes photograph of the new road), KYTC Press Release: Crittenden Drive Reconnected Today [Outside Link]

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Updated: 22-Jul-2003 7:30PM CDT

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