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Connecting Kentuckiana is the name of a major transportation plan update being developed by the Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency (KIPDA). Connecting Kentuckiana encompasses five counties in one plan: Bullitt, Jefferson, and Oldham counties in Kentucky, and Clark and Floyd counties in Indiana. The plan, beginning in 2015 and looking forward through 2040, will address different areas of transportation: roads, bridges, bikeways, walking paths, and public transportation. The focus is on finding the best ways to connect people to places, people to people, and goods to market. Learn More>
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- Jan 15
Phase I: Identifying Issues
At this time, KIPDA staff is working to complete the Issues Report. This document will contain the comments gathered at various meetings and other outlets, as well as data analyses of transportation issues within the KIPDA Louisville (KY-IN) Metropolitan Planning Area. Some of the issues staff is currently reviewing include, but are not limited to, crash locations, workplace locations, current levels of transit service, what we think will be happening in the year 2030 in terms of jobs, households, and population, congestion, access to education, freight, access to community amenities, etc.
We anticipate the Issues Report will be ready to present to the Transportation Policy Committee and the public sometime in the early spring of 2013. Check back for additional developments and updates!
- Jan 15: Phase I: Identifying Issues