In order to highlight our members’ achievements throughout the state related to infrastructure improvements AND how important sustained infrastructure funding is for Kentucky’s future, we’ll be posting videos and personal stories on this page over the coming months. Click on the links below.
- Listen to the Kentucky Infrastructure Coalition’s announcement advocating for long-term, sustainable transportation investment.
- Owensboro Riverport Discusses the Importance of Waterways to the Kentucky Economy
- County Leaders Discuss the Importance of Local Roads and Streets to Economic Development
- Paducah Transit Authority is Central to Way of Life for Citizens
One in 12 of Kentucky’s locally or state-maintained bridges is rated structurally deficient due to significant deterioration.
Stupp Bridge Company
Through a pilot program that provided free bus passes to students, JCTC has seen such incredible results with retention and graduation that it took the program campuswide.
Roads are gateways to the city, but they can be so much more.
Each year, 2 million carloads of freight move on Kentucky’s railways, which include 2,100 railroad crossings in Kentucky.
Public transportation – it provides a critical service for so many people. Thirty-one million trips are taken every year.
At Worldport in Louisville, more than 200 companies and $400 million impact has been made because of their commitment to Kentucky.