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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Road Plans for the Oxmoor Farm Development Upset Some Residents
Posted: 6-Sep-2002 10:21PM CDT

Plans for roads in the new Oxmoor Farm development in Jefferson County near Shelbyville Road (US 60) have upset some local residents. The plans call for connections between the new development and the adjacent neighborhoods in Jeffersontown. The article below mentions that urban planners now see connections between neighborhoods as important. It is believed that suburban congestion is a problem because neighborhoods are only connection in a few points; on the other hand older neighborhoods (such as the Old Louisville neighborhood) were laid out on a grid and have many more connections.

More information: Courier-Journal: Suburban road plan upsets some residents (Sept. 1, 2002) [Outside Link]

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Updated: 6-Sep-2002 10:21PM CDT

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