Trail Crossing at Old Frankfort Pike and McConnell Springs Road. Project includes a pedestrian signal, pavement markings, traffic calming, signage, and sight distance improvements. This project is fully funded.
Design has been completed for this 0.9 mile shared use trail along Wilmore Rd (KY 29) from Cooks Lane to Allie Run in Jessamine County. This project will also include realignment of an offset intersection and traffic and pedestrian signals.
Design has been completed for this project to add left turn lanes from Manchester Street to Forbes Road. The right-of-way phase is currently underway. This project is being coordinated with Town Branch Trail Phase 6.
Construction of a short 0.2 mile section of roadway near Deerhaven Lane, which will complete Polo Club Blvd between Winchester Road and Todds Road. This project is fully funded with construction this summer.
Town Branch Commons will be a strip of Bluegrass running through downtown Lexington, roughly following the path of Town Branch, Lexington’s first water source. It will link our city's two major trails, Town Branch Trail and the Legacy Trail, giving us 22 miles of uninterrupted trail, connecting downtown to our world famous rural landscape.
Continuation of the Clays Mill Road project from New Circle Rd to Harrodsburg Rd. The project seeks to improve safety, traffic flow and pedestrian and bicycle access to neighborhoods, schools, churches and businesses along the corridor. The project Includes turn lanes, curbs/gutters, sidewalks and bike lanes. Utility work is underway.
A conceptual design was developed to improve the function and aesthetics of Euclid Ave for roadway users, particularly pedestrians and bicyclists. It is anticipated that improvements will be made in coordination with a sewer trunk project scheduled for 2019. The first phase will be from Limestone to Rose St. Phase 2 is from Rose St to High St.
Design to widen Newtown Pike from New Circle Road to I-75 is substantially complete with plans to begin the right of way and utility phase in 2019. The overall project includes bicycle & pedestrian facilities.
Road construction is complete with redevelopment efforts continuing for the South End Park area along Oliver Lewis Way from Versailles Road to Broadway. The road will extend from S Broadway to Limestone; although future phases are currently unfunded.
Polo Club Boulevard will be extended from Deer Haven Lane to Todds Road to complete this cross-town connection from Winchester Road to Todds Road. Bike lanes and sidewalks will also be installed from Man O' War Blvd to Todds Road.
A study was completed to investigate ways to make the Versailles Rd corridor more efficient, attractive, pedestrian and bicycle-friendly. LFUCG is currently working to move forward with a number of projects from the study from Parkers Mill Rd to Mason Headley Rd.
Widening of this underpass is needed to improve drainage and traffic flow and provide safe pedestrian and bicycle access. The project has been designed. The next phase - right of way acquisition - is funded.
Brighton East Rail Trail Phase 4 (completed) and Pedestrian Bridge
Brighton Rail Trail Phase 4 was recently completed from Man O War Blvd to Liberty Park and the shops of Hamburg. A pedestrian bridge over Man O War Blvd will connect to the trails and neighborhood east of Man O War Blvd. Bridge construction is anticipated in late 2018/early 2019.
A shared use trail along West Maple Street (KY39) from Central Ave to the planned Eastern Bypass Trail. The project will include a segment of on road bike lanes, 3,000 feet of 12’ wide shared use trail, intersection improvements at the Miles Road intersection and 1,800 linear feet of sidewalk connections to the trail.
Engineering design began in 2018 to construct approximately 760 feet of shared use trail to connect existing trail segments within Shillito Park and south of Man O’ War Blvd. This is part of a major north/south trail corridor that will eventually lead into Jessamine County.
This ½ mile trail connects the Brighton Place Shoppes on Man O' Way Boulevard to the existing trail along Liberty Road that leads to Liberty Park, Liberty Elementary and the West Wind and Shetlands neighborhoods.
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