Kentucky Route 22
|Maintained by KYTC|
|Length:||100.991 mi (162.529 km)|
|West end:||US 42 near Louisville|
| I-265/KY 841 near Worthington
US 421 near Eminence
I-75 in Dry Ridge
US 25 in Williamstown
US 27 in Falmouth
|East end:||KY 10 in Bracken County|
|Counties:||Jefferson, Oldham, Henry, Owen, Grant, Pendleton, Bracken|
Kentucky Route 22 (KY 22) is a 100.991-mile (162.529 km) east–west highway running from the eastern suburbs of Louisville to an unincorporated place called Willow in Bracken County in Northern Kentucky.
It begins at US 42 at the city limit of a Louisville suburb called Northfield, Kentucky, and carries the name Brownsboro Road, a local road which begins near Downtown Louisville. It crosses the Kentucky River west of Gratz and terminates at Kentucky Route 10 in Willow.
- "Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - Division of Planning". Retrieved 2007-04-08.[dead link]
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