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Paris Pike Project Receives National Award
Posted: 1-Oct-2003 1:45AM CDT

The National Partnership for Highway Quality awarded its 2003 State Award to the team involved in the Paris Pike Reconstruction Project. Special care to preserve the character of the neighboring land was taken during the project to widen Paris Pike between Lexington and Paris.

More information: KYTC Press Release: Kentucky Highway Team Wins National Quality Award (Sept. 5, 2003) [Outside Link], Ohio Valley Roads: Paris Pike [Outside Link]

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Comment posted by Sanford Parker on 3-Dec-2003 6:39PM CST
The design is beautiful but how about safety. There are no places to pull off if your car is disabled. A stopped car on a 4 lane highway is dangerous.
Updated: 3-Dec-2003 6:39PM CST

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