Planning decisions are made with the goal of improving the quality of life of local citizens. Therefore, it is essential that those affected by these decisions take part in the planning process in some way. This effort can include everything from learning more about planning in Kentucky to ranking projects during a Prioritization and Ranking meeting. Regardless of the action taken, increased public involvement ensures decision-makers continue to strive towards the collective community vision that will shape your future.
Your input is very important. Please feel free to share any ideas, comments, or suggestions with us regarding the transportation system in the Lincoln Trail ADD region.
Public Involvement Plans
- KYTC District 03 (2.1Mb PDF)
- Includes Routes for Interstate 65, the Louie B. Nunn Parkway, and the William H. Natcher Parkway
- KYTC District 04 (3.3Mb PDF)
- Includes Routes for Interstate 65, the Wendell Ford Parkway, and the Bluegrass Parkway
Documents for Public Review
- Statewide Transportation Plan (STP)
This is a federally required long-range planning document developed by the KYTC that establishes policy for the state and may contain a list of projects for each transportation mode. Federal requirements dictate a planning horizon of at least 20 years and a periodic update. The current document was completed in 2006.
- Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
This is a federally required four-year fiscally constrained planning document developed by the KTYC that contains a list of all federally funded transportation projects. All MPO Transportation Improvement Programs are included in this document. When an MPO creates a new TIP or modifies an existing one, the STIP is amended accordingly. It is updated every two years (in even numbered years) following the KY legislative session. The current document covered the period from FY 2007-2010.
- Six-Year Highway Plan (SYP)
This is a state legislation required short-range planning document developed by the KYTC that contains six years worth of highway projects. The first two years of projects are included in the state's enacted biennial budget. It is expected that projects in the remaining four years would follow accordingly once funds become available.
Regional Concept Plan ( 46Mb PDF)
Surveys and Comment Forms
For more information, please contact either Aaron Hawkins
or Mike Skaggs