March 10, 2023

Complete Streets: KYTC Offering Regional Workshops

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is providing multiple workshops on Complete Streets across the commonwealth beginning in Hopkinsville on March 14. KLC members are eligible for 7.5 hours of KLC COTC outside credit. Classes are limited to 36 participants per site. Other sites include:

  • Russell Springs - April 6
  • Morehead - May 2
  • Bowling Green - June 1
  • Covington - TBD
  • Frankfort - TBD
  • Lexington - TBD
  • Louisville - TBD
  • London - TBD
  • Pikeville – TBD

What is a Complete Street?

A complete street is a street, road, or highway that is safe and accommodating for all expected users. Complete street designs vary based on land use, corridor characteristics, and expected user types. Complete streets are for every community, from small cities to dense urban centers. They provide transportation choices for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users, motor vehicle drivers, freight carriers, and others within the context of the surrounding area. Complete streets in the Commonwealth of Kentucky provide safe, connected, comfortable, equitable, and accessible transportation networks that provide people with the freedom to travel to the places they want to go and allow for the transportation of goods and services.

Registration, Agenda, Information, and Resources

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Contact Information:

Keith Lovan

Division of Planning
200 Mero Street, 5th Floor West
Frankfort, KY 40622

Phone: 502.782.5060
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST, M-F