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Victoria Pike urges all to complete Highway Survey

Comments re article 57503 Transportation Cabinet Survey
Click on headline for Victoria Pike's complete editorial with link to survey

By Victoria Pike

I urge all citizens who have concerns about our roads in Adair County to take the time to answer the questions in the "Your Turn" survey.

Near the end of the survey, citizen response is requested. You can type in your specific concern.

I stressed the importance of getting the lighting project completed as soon as possible at the interchange of the Cumberland Parkway and Burkesville Road, KY 61, near Walmart, due to safety concerns.

Gov. Steve Beshear has made sure that lighting of the interchange was included in his six year road plan. As of now, the lighting is to be installed in 2016.

So go online at the site Ed has posted and help the Kentucky Transportation Department with the task of making our roads an even safer place to drive. --Victoria Pike

Kentucky residents have until February 25, 2013 to respond to the new Kentucky Transportation Cabinet survey about priorities for transportation in the state. To take the anonymous survey, on subjects ranging from signage and safety to tolls to bike and pedestrian paths, click this link:

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