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Ph. (606) 436-3158
Fax. (606) 436-2144
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941 North Main St.
Hazard, KY 41701
Postal Address
PO Box 239
Hazard, KY 41702

Transportation Planner:
Eunice Holland

General e-mail: KRADD
Webmaster: KRADDWM

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Transportation Planning Program

The primary function of the Kentucky River Area Development District is to support the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's long range planning process by analyzing transportation data, identifying and evaluating the needs of the region, evaluating and prioritizing projects for the possible inclusion in the Six-Year Highway Plan and coordinating a process for public input.

Regional Transportation Asset Review
Public Involvement Plan

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet website provides access to various transportation data resources.

The Planning Process

Power Point presentation about the
Transportation Planning Program

The acts of the ADD are not geared toward a specific income sector of the community. The ADD's are concerned with all modes of transportation including highway, bicycle/pedestrian, public, air, intermodal, and rail and water transportation.

Planning Committee

KRADD Transportation Planning Committee

The Kentucky River Area Development District Regional Transportation Planning Committee meets on a quarterly basis to identify, evaluate, and prioritize transportation needs in the region. The committee membership includes representatives from all modes of transportation, County Judge/Executives, Mayors, local law enforcement, emergency medical services, fire departments, planning and zoning commissions, economic development organizations, and public citizens.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

In FY 14, KYTC included data collection for bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the AWP. Types of facilities collected are sidewalks, crosswalks, bike lanes, and multi-use paths. The information collected is the basis of a more complete statewide bike/ped GIS inventory. This data can be downloaded from various locations on KYTC’s webpage. Click the map below to view the interactive map.