List of Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (500–999)

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Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (500–999)
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Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways are the lesser two of the four functional classes of highways constructed and maintained by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, the state-level agency that constructs and maintains highways in Kentucky. The agency splits its inventory of state highway mileage into four categories[1]:

  • The State Primary System includes Interstate Highways, Parkways, and other long-distance highways of statewide importance that connect the state's major cities, including much of the courses of Kentucky's U.S. Highways.
  • The State Secondary System includes highways of regional importance that connect the state's smaller urban centers, including those county seats not served by the state primary system.
  • The Rural Secondary System includes highways of local importance, such as farm-to-market roads and urban collectors.
  • Supplemental Roads are the set of highways not in the first three systems, including frontage roads, bypassed portions of other state highways, and rural roads that only serve their immediate area.

The same-numbered highway can comprise sections of road under different categories. This list contains descriptions of Supplemental Roads and highways in the Rural Secondary System numbered 500 to 999 that do not have portions within the State Primary and State Secondary systems.


KY 505[edit]

Kentucky Route 505
Location: CromwellOlaton
Length: 18.993 mi[2] (30.566 km)

Kentucky Route 505 is a 18.993-mile-long (30.566 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Ohio County. The highway extends from US 231 near Cromwell north to KY 878 at Olaton. KY 505 begins at US 231 () southeast of Cromwell. The highway heads northeast, bridges the West Prong of Indian Camp Creek, and crosses over the William H. Natcher Parkway. The highway gradually curves east as it crosses three branchs of Indian Camp Creek and passes through Oak Grove and Select. At Baizetown, KY 505 meets the northern end of KY 1118 and turns north. The highway crosses the Western Kentucky Parkway on its way to Windy Hill, where the route meets the western end of KY 2713. KY 505 crosses over the Paducah and Louisville Railway shortly before its junction with US 62 east of Rosine. The two highway run concurrently east until KY 505 splits north near Horse Branch. KY 505 continues along Dan Road, which crosses Muddy Creek and a branch of Caney Creek before reaching its northern terminus at KY 878 at Olaton.[1][2][3]

KY 507[edit]

Kentucky Route 507
Location: HopkinsvilleClaymour
Length: 23.402 mi[4][5] (37.662 km)

Kentucky Route 507 is a 23.402-mile-long (37.662 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Christian County and northern Todd County. The highway extends from KY 107 in Hopkinsville east to KY 106 and KY 178 at Claymour. KY 507 begins at a three-way intersection with KY 106 in the city of Hopkinsville. KY 106 heads west along East Seventh Street and northeast along Greenville Road, and KY 507 heads east along East Seventh Street. Further east, KY 507 splits northeast along Butler Road while KY 1979 continues along East Seventh Street to US 68 and KY 80. KY 507 heads northeast and meets the western end of KY 508, which continues on Butler Road while KY 507 continues on Pilot Rock Road. The route twice crosses Lower Branch of the North Fork of the Little River on its way to Pleasant Hill.

KY 507 crosses the South Fork of the Little River before crossing the Christian–Todd county line. The highway continues east and meets the eastern end of KY 189 (Moss Road) just west of the route's bridge across Buck Fork Creek. KY 507 crosses the Shelton Branch of the Pond River just west of Allegre, where the route intersects KY 171 (Allegre Road). The highway continues along Highland Lick Road, which crosses the Pond River and intersects KY 181 (Greenville Road) south of Cedar Grove. KY 507 continues southeast to Claymour, the site of the route's terminus at a four-way intersection with KY 107 (Sharon Grove Road) and KY 178, which takes over the course of Highland Lick Road.[1][4][5][6][7]

KY 508[edit]

Kentucky Route 508
Location: HopkinsvilleLiberty
Length: 13.805 mi[4][5] (22.217 km)

Kentucky Route 508 is a 13.805-mile-long (22.217 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Christian County and western Todd County. The highway begins at KY 507 east of Hopkinsville. KY 507 heads west along Butler Road and northeast along Pilot Rock Road; KY 508 heads southeast along Butler Road, which veers east at its junction with KY 1716 (Overby Lane). The highway crosses the South Fork of the Little River just west of its junction with KY 1843 (Vaughns Grove Fairview Road). KY 508 passes through Honey Grove before crossing the Christian–Todd county line. The highway follows Butler Road through Britmart to Tabernacle. From there, KY 508 follows Liberty–Britmart Road to its east end at Liberty.[1][4][5][6][7]

KY 509[edit]

Kentucky Route 509
Location: SamuelsFairfield
Length: 9.782 mi[8] (15.743 km)

Kentucky Route 509 is a 9.782-mile-long (15.743 km) rural secondary highway in northwestern Nelson County. The highway begins at KY 245 (New Shepherdsville Road) south of Samuels. KY 509 heads north along Samuels Loop to Samuels, where the route meets the eastern end of KY 3207, also part of Samuels Loop, and has a grade crossing of an R.J. Corman Railroad Group rail line where it turns east onto Samuels Road. KY 509 heads northeast along Samuels Creek to its mouth at Froman Creek and crosses the latter creek, where the route continues east to Coxs Creek. There, the highway meets the southern end of KY 2739 (Lenore Road) and intersects US 31W (Louisville Road). KY 509 continues east as Fairfield Road, which crosses Cox Creek and reaches its eastern terminus at KY 48 (Highgrove Road) west of the city of Fairfield.[1][8][9]

KY 585[edit]

Kentucky Route 585
Location: FranklinScottsville
Length: 17.219 mi[10][11] (27.711 km)
Existed: 1988–present

Kentucky Route 585 is a 17.219-mile-long (27.711 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Simpson County and western Allen County. The highway extends from KY 73 in Franklin east to KY 100 west of Scottsville. KY 585 begins at KY 73 at the east city limit of Franklin; the latter highway heads west into town along Cedar Street and southeast along Rapids Road, which intersects KY 100 (Scottsville Road) just south of KY 585's terminus. KY 585 heads east along Gold City Road, which crosses over I-65 with no access and traverses Lick Creek, a tributary of the West Fork of Drakes Creek. The highway has junctions with KY 622 west of and at Gold City, the former as Hickory Flat–Gold City Road and the latter as Temperance Road. KY 585 crosses the Middle Fork of Drakes Creek at the Simpson–Allen county line. The highway continues as Old Franklin Road, which passes through Mount Aerial and crosses Hams Branch west of the route's junction with KY 1332 (Pope Road). KY 585 crosses Johns Creek and Trammel Creek on either side of Red Hill. The highway reaches its eastern terminus at KY 100 (Franklin Road) west of Scottsville.[1][10][11] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet assigned KY 585 as a redesignation of KY 265 through a pair of September 29, 1988, official orders.[12][13]

KY 602[edit]

Kentucky Route 602
Location: Central City
Length: 0.690 mi[14] (1.110 km)

Kentucky Route 602 is a 0.690-mile-long (1.110 km) supplemental road in Central City in central Muhlenberg County. The highway begins at KY 277 (River Road) in the north of downtown. KY 602 heads north along an unnamed street and meets the western end of KY 3038 (Prison Road) before reaching its north end at KY 1031 (Second Street).[1][14][15]

KY 603[edit]

Kentucky Route 603
Location: Owensboro
Length: 1.637 mi[16] (2.634 km)

Kentucky Route 603 is a 1.637-mile-long (2.634 km) supplemental road in Owensboro in central Daviess County. The highway begins just south of a diamond interchange with the Wendell Ford Expressway, which carries US 60 and US 231 around the south side of Owensboro; the road continues south as Pleasant Valley Road No. 1. KY 603 passes through an S-curve and expands to a four-lane divided highway. The highway crosses over a CSX rail line and reaches its northern terminus at Fourth Street; this intersection also serves as the western terminus of KY 144.[1][16][17]

KY 604[edit]

Kentucky Route 604
Location: Central City
Length: 0.975 mi[14] (1.569 km)

Kentucky Route 604 is a 0.975-mile-long (1.569 km) supplemental road in Central City in central Muhlenberg County. The highway begins at US 431 (Second Street) just south of the U.S. Highway's four–loop ramp interchange with the Western Kentucky Parkway on the eastern edge of the city. KY 604 heads east and then turns north at Youngstown Road. The highway crosses over the parkway before reaching its north end at an acute intersection with US 62 (Everly Brothers Boulevard).[1][14][15]

KY 607[edit]

Kentucky Route 607
Location: MontereyNew Columbus
Length: 17.421 mi[18] (28.036 km)

Kentucky Route 607 is a 17.421-mile-long (28.036 km) rural secondary highway in southern Owen County. The highway begins at US 127 south of Monterey. KY 607 heads east along New Columbus Road, which immediately crosses Cedar Creek and has a hairpin at New. The route intersects KY 227 (Georgetown Road) west of Fairbanks, east of which the highway crosses Caney Creek. KY 607 meets the southern end of KY 1883 (Slatin Road) and meets the eastern end of KY 2018 (Swope Natlee Road) at Natlee, where the route crosses Eagle Creek. The highway continues through New Columbus to its eastern terminus at KY 330 (Owenton Road) at the Owen–Grant county line.[1][18][19]

KY 623[edit]

Kentucky Route 623
Location: Waterford
Length: 6.087 mi[20] (9.796 km)

Kentucky Route 623 is a 6.087-mile-long (9.796 km) rural secondary highway in southwestern Spencer County. The highway begins at KY 48 (Highgrove Road) just north of the East Fork of Cox Creek, which forms the Spencer–Nelson county line. KY 623 heads north as Lilly Pike, which crosses the Salt River on its way to its north end at KY 44 (Mount Washington Road) east of Waterford.[1][20][21]

KY 626[edit]

Kentucky Route 626
Location: BostonRockland
Length: 18.350 mi[22][23] (29.531 km)

Kentucky Route 626 is a 18.350-mile-long (29.531 km) rural secondary highway in southeastern Butler County and western Warren County. The L-shaped highway begins at a three-legged intersection with KY 1153, which heads west as Berry's Lick Road and north as Sandy Creek Road. KY 626 heads east along Berry's Lick Road through Turnertown, also known as Berry's Lick. The highway crosses Flat Rock Branch of Muddy Creek and intersects KY 79 (Russellville Road) at Davis Crossroads. KY 626 crosses Neils Creek west of Sharer, where the route has a brief concurrency with KY 1083 (Sugar Grove Road). The highway crosses the Butler–Warren county line and continues east on Jackson Bridge Road. KY 626 crosses the Gasper River and turns north at its junction with KY 2632 (Hammet Hill Road). The highway joins US 231 (Morgantown Road) to cross back over the Gasper River and turns north onto Highland Church Road at Hadley. KY 626 crosses William H. Natcher Parkway; on either side of the parkway, the route meets the eastern ends of a pair of frontage roads, KY 6140 (Frontage Road) and KY 6139 (Clifty Creek Frontage Road) on the north. The highway reaches its eastern terminus at KY 1435 (Barren River Road) at Rockland.[1][22][23][24][25]

KY 636[edit]

Kentucky Route 636
Location: Mount EdenHarrisonville
Length: 9.033 mi[26][20] (14.537 km)

Kentucky Route 636 is a 9.033-mile-long (14.537 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Spencer County and southeastern Shelby County. The highway begins at KY 248 (Briar Ridge Road) east of Taylorsville Lake. KY 636 heads north along Van Buren Road, which crosses Little Beech Creek on its way to Mount Eden, which sits on the Spencer–Shelby county line. The highway meets the eastern end of KY 1795 (Mill Road) on the Spencer County side and intersects KY 44 (Mount Eden Road) on the Shelby County side. KY 636 continues northeast as Back Creek Road, which crosses and briefly parallels another Little Beech Creek. The highway passes through Junte before reaching its northern terminus at KY 395 (Waddy Road) west of Harrisonville.[1][26][20][27][21]


KY 640[edit]

Kentucky Route 640
Location: Summer ShadeKnob Lick
Length: 16.723 mi[28] (26.913 km)

Kentucky Route 640 is a 16.723-mile-long (26.913 km) rural secondary highway in western Metcalfe County. The highway begins at KY 90 (Summer Shade Road) at Summer Shade. KY 640 heads north along Randolph Summer Shade Road. The highway curves west and crossing Falling Timber Creek and meets the eastern end of KY 1330 (Kino Road) very close to the Metcalfe–Barren county line. KY 640 continues northeast to Randolph, where the route turns north at the north terminus of KY 2387 (Randolph Goodluck Road) and meets the west end of KY 861 (Randolph Road). KY 640 follows Wisdom Road north to its intersection with KY 3234 (Old Glasgow Road) just south of the route's underpass of the Cumberland Parkway. The highway continues as Wisdom Knob Lick Road through an intersection with US 68 (Glasgow Road) at Wisdom to its northern terminus at KY 70 (Sulphur Well Knob Lick Road) west of Knob Lick.[1][28][29]

KY 655[edit]

Kentucky Route 655
Location: Windyville
Length: 9.214 mi[30] (14.828 km)
Existed: 1968–present

Kentucky Route 655 is a 9.214-mile-long (14.828 km) rural secondary highway in western Edmonson County. The C-shaped highway begins at KY 70 (Morgantown Road) northwest of Windyville. KY 655 follows Segal Road west across Gulf Creek and then south through Segal and east through Asphalt. The highway continues northeast to its terminus at KY 70 at Windyville.[1][30][31]

KY 678[edit]

Kentucky Route 678
Location: AkersvilleRockbridge
Length: 23.026 mi[32] (37.057 km)

Kentucky Route 678 is a 23.026-mile-long (37.057 km) rural secondary highway in western and northern Monroe County. The L-shaped highway extends from KY 87 near Akersville north and east to KY 163 near Rockbridge. KY 678 begins at KY 87 (Akersville Road) north of Akersville and south of Fountain Run in southwestern Monroe County. The highway heads east along White Oak Ridge Road, which gradually curves north through intersections with KY 2509 (Deep Ford Road) and KY 100 (Fountain Run Road). KY 678 crosses Indian Creek and intersects KY 249 (Flippin Lamb Road) at Flippin. The highway continues along Stringtown Flippin Road, which follows Indian Creek to KY 2468 (Mud Lick Flippin Road) before veering north to cross Peter Creek west of Jeffrey. KY 678 crosses Boyd Creek and gradually curves northeast toward Mount Hermon, where the route has a very short concurrency with KY 63 (Old Glasgow Road). The highway continues east along Mount Hermon Road, which crosses Hackers Branch of Skaggs Creek and meets the northern end of KY 2452 (Sand Lick Road). KY 678 runs concurrently with KY 839 (Sulphur Lick Road) through Sulphur Lick. The highway's final segment is along Homer Bartley Road, which crosses Skaggs Creek before reaching the highway's terminus at KY 163 (Edmonton Road) south of Cyclone and north of Rockbridge.[1][32][33]

KY 685[edit]

Kentucky Route 685
Location: BecktonCave City
Length: 13.040 mi[34] (20.986 km)

Kentucky Route 685 is a 13.040-mile-long (20.986 km) rural secondary highway in western Barren County. The highway begins at KY 1297 (Old Bowling Green Road) at Beckton. KY 685 heads north along Beckton Road, which crosses over the Cumberland Parkway just south of the highway's junction with US 68 and KY 80, which run concurrently along New Bowling Green Road. The route continues north along Stovall Road and intersects KY 2189 (Park City–Glasgow Road) just south of the route's grade crossing of the CSX-operated Glasgow Railway at Stovall. KY 685 meets the southern end of KY 2143 (Old Happy Valley Road) just west of the route's intersection with KY 90 (Happy Valley Road). The highway continues east and then north along Wilson Road to its end at KY 70 (Griderville Road) east of Cave City.[1][34][35]

KY 714[edit]

Kentucky Route 714
Location: SouthvilleClay Village
Length: 8.733 mi[26] (14.054 km)

Kentucky Route 714 is a 8.733-mile-long (14.054 km) rural secondary highway in southeastern Shelby County. The highway begins at a four-legged intersection in the village of Southville. KY 44 heads south along Mount Eden Road and west along Southville Pike, KY 53 heads north along Mount Eden Road, and KY 714 heads east along Hempridge Road. KY 714 meets the eastern end of KY 2866 (Woodlawn Road) and curves north to Hemp Ridge, where the route crosses a tributary of Guist Creek and an R.J. Corman Railroad Group line. The highway crosses over I-64 with no access and meets the eastern end of KY 1790 (Hooper Station Road) near Hooper before reaching its northern terminus at US 60 (Frankfort Road) south of Guist Creek Lake and west of Clay Village.[1][26][27]

KY 730[edit]

Kentucky Route 730
Location: LamascoEddyville
Length: 11.784 mi[36] (18.965 km)

Kentucky Route 730 is a 11.784-mile-long (18.965 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Lyon County. The highway begins at KY 903 north of Lamasco. KY 730 heads northwest and crosses Sand Hollow Creek and the Eddy Creek arm of Lake Barkley. The highway meets the eastern end of KY 818 before crossing Glass Creek at its junction with KY 293 at Saratoga. KY 730 runs concurrently with KY 293 west to the latter route's terminus at KY 93. Along the way, the routes have two junctions with KY 818 and a diamond interchange with I-24. At the KY 93–KY 293 junction, KY 730 also meets the eastern end of KY 1055. KY 730 heads north along KY 93 and splits west at the south city limit of Eddyville. The highway meets the western end of KY 1055 shortly before the highway reaches Lake Barkley, where the highway turns onto Water Street, which passes between the lake and the Kentucky State Penitentiary, to its terminus at a dead end.[1][36][37]

KY 740[edit]

Kentucky Route 740
Location: GlasgowPark
Length: 13.807 mi[34] (22.220 km)

Kentucky Route 740 is a 13.807-mile-long (22.220 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Barren County. The highway begins at US 68 and KY 80, which run concurrently on Edmonton Road, just east of the city of Glasgow. KY 740 heads northeast along Coral Hill Road, which crosses Beaver Creek and meets the western end of KY 2131 (French Mill Road) at Coral Hill. The highway parallels and crosses Duff Branch and intersects KY 70 (Hiseville Main Street) in Hiseville. KY 740 continues northeast along Hiseville–Park Road, which crosses Blue Spring Creek and intersects KY 571 (Seymour–Park Road) at Park. The highway parallels the Barren–Metcalfe county line to its terminus at KY 677 at the Barren–Hart county line very close to the Barren–Metcalfe–Hart county tripoint. KY 677 heads north onto Hart County and southeast into Metcalfe County.[1][34][35]

KY 742[edit]

Kentucky Route 742
Location: Big South Fork NRRARevelo
Length: 5.109 mi[38] (8.222 km)

Kentucky Route 742 is a 5.109-mile-long (8.222 km) rural secondary highway in central McCreary County. The highway begins on Mine 18 Road at the boundary of Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. KY 742 heads south and curves back north and crosses Roaring Paunch Creek. The highway passes through Hickory Grove and intersects KY 741 near its southern end before reaching its eastern terminus at KY 1651 at Revelo.[1][38][39]

KY 743[edit]

Kentucky Route 743
Location: TuckertownPig
Length: 12.914 mi[30][23] (20.783 km)

Kentucky Route 743 is a 12.914-mile-long (20.783 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Warren County and southern Edmonson County. The highway begins at US 31W (Louisville Road) west of Tuckertown. KY 743 follows Boiling Springs Road, which heads northwest to its junction with KY 2630 (Fairview Boiling Springs Road) then heads north toward the Warren–Edmonson county line. The highway crosses Little Beaverdam Creek south of the county line and meets the eastern end of KY 1749 (Wingfield Church Road). KY 743 continues along Chalybeate School Road, which turns east toward Chalybeate. The highway crosses Alexander Creek, meets the northern end of KY 2326 (Otter Gap Road), and meets the southern end of KY 3611 just west of its northern intersection with KY 101 (Chalybeate Road) south of Chalybeate. KY 743 runs concurrently south with KY 101, then the former highway turns east onto New Grove Road. The highway crosses Beaverdam Creek on its way to its end at KY 422 (Pig Road) south of Pig.[1][30][23][31][25]

KY 800[edit]

Kentucky Route 800
Location: EraBluff Spring
Length: 18.919 mi[4] (30.447 km)

Kentucky Route 800 is a 18.919-mile-long (30.447 km) rural secondary and state supplemental highway in Christian County. The highway begins at KY 109 (Dawson Springs Road) north of Era. KY 800 heads east along Crofton–Dawson Road, which curvaceously winds its way east toward Crofton, during which the highway crosses Brushy Fork of the Tradewater River. The highway enters the city of Crofton along Princeton Street and meets the eastern end of KY 1348 (Poole Mill Road). In the center of town, KY 800 intersects US 41 (Madisonville Street) and a north–south CSX rail line. The highway leaves town along Crofton–Fruit Hill Road and has a diamond interchange with the Pennyrile Parkway. At its junction with KY 1914 (Crofton Fire Tower Road), KY 800 veers southeast and crosses the West Fork of the Pond River on its way to Fruit Hill. There, the route runs concurrently with KY 189 (North Greenville Road). KY 800 splits east onto Fruit Hill–Red Bridge Road, which crosses Dulin Creek east of Fruit Hill and west of its terminus at KY 107 (Greenville Road) north of Bluff Spring.[1][4][6]

KY 813[edit]

Kentucky Route 813
Location: ApexMortons Gap
Length: 16.593 mi[4][40] (26.704 km)

Kentucky Route 813 is a 16.593-mile-long (26.704 km) rural secondary and state supplemental highway in northeastern Christian County and southeastern Hopkins County. The highway begins at KY 189 (North Greenville Road) at Apex. KY 813 follows Apex–White Plains Road north to the Christian–Hopkins county line at the West Fork of the Pond River. The highway continues along Mount Carmel Road through the hamlet of Mount Carmel into the city of White Plains. KY 813 veers west onto Church Street then north along Bob Bruce Drive, which intersects US 62 (Greenville Road). The highway heads north out of town along Concord Drive to the village of Concord, where the route turns west onto White Plains Road. KY 813 curves northwest and crosses Drakes Creek and the Western Kentucky Parkway just east of the parkway's interchange with the Pennyrile Parkway and I-69. The highway closely parallels the northbound lanes of I-69 and meets the western end of KY 1622 (Trabue Road). KY 813 parallels an interchange ramp northeast then turns west onto White City Road, which has a partial cloverleaf interchange with I-69. The highway veers southwest into the city of Mortons Gap, where the route meets the northern end of KY 1215 (Mortons Gap–White Plains Road). KY 813 continues west along Cross Street and intersects a north–south CSX rail line just east of its terminus at US 41 (Hopkinsville Road).[1][4][40][6][41]

KY 820[edit]

Kentucky Route 820
Location: EtoileMount Hermon
Length: 6.285 mi[34] (10.115 km)

Kentucky Route 820 is a 6.285-mile-long (10.115 km) rural secondary highway in southern Barren County. The highway begins at KY 249 (Roseville Road) west of Etoile. KY 820 heads east on Caney Fork Road, which parallels the eponymous stream and crosses it on either side of the village of Etoile, where the route turns south. The highway turns east again and follows Etoile Road to its eastern terminus at KY 63 (Tompkinsville Road) north of Mount Hermon in neighboring Monroe County.[1][34][35]

KY 839[edit]

Kentucky Route 839
Location: TompkinsvilleEighty Eight
Length: 16.951 mi[32][34] (27.280 km)

Kentucky Route 839 is a 16.951-mile-long (27.280 km) rural secondary highway in northern Monroe County and southeastern Barren County. The highway extends from KY 63 near Tompkinsville north to KY 90 near Eighty Eight. KY 839 begins at KY 63 (Old Glasgow Road) near the north city limit of Tompkinsville. The highway heads east and then north along Sulphur Lick Road. KY 839 crosses the East Fork of the Barren River and meets the western end of KY 2768 (Mount Gilead Road) on either side of Forkton. The highway runs concurrently with KY 678 through Sulphur Lick; KY 678 heads east along Homer Bartley Road south of the village and west along Mount Hermon Road north of town. KY 839 crosses Skaggs Creek and meets the southern end of KY 1324 (Temple Hill Road) south of the Monroe–Barren county line. The highway continues as Nobob Road, which crosses Eaton Branch of Nobob Creek and Nobob Creek itself south of Nobob. KY 839 crosses Glover Creek and Brushy Fork of Falling Timber Creek before reaching its northern terminus at KY 90 (Burkesville Road).[1][32][34][33][35]

KY 845[edit]

Kentucky Route 845
Location: MontereyLong Ridge
Length: 20.209 mi[18] (32.523 km)

Kentucky Route 845 is a 20.209-mile-long (32.523 km) rural secondary highway in Owen County. The C-shaped highway extends from US 127 north of Monterey to US 127 at Long Ridge. KY 845 begins along Old Monterey Road, which becomes KY 3549 when KY 845 turns east onto Greenup Road. The highway runs concurrently with KY 227 (Georgetown Road) at Hesler and continues along Breck Road to Breck. There, the route has a very short concurrency with KY 1883, which heads east as Hammond School Road and west along Elk Lake Resort Road. North of Breck, KY 845 briefly overlaps KY 330 (Owenton Road), from which the route heads northwest along Eden Shale Road to KY 22. KY 845 joins KY 22 west to Sweet Owen. At Sweet Owen, the route leaves KY 22 along Sweet Owen Road and crosses Stevens Creek before reaching its northern terminus at US 127 at Long Ridge.[1][18][19]

KY 848[edit]

Kentucky Route 848
Location: TrentonKeysburg
Length: 14.998 mi[5][42] (24.137 km)

Kentucky Route 848 is a 14.998-mile-long (24.137 km) rural secondary highway in southern Todd County and southwestern Logan County. The highway begins at a four-legged intersection with US 41 and KY 104 in the city of Trenton; US 41 follows Main Street, and KY 104 heads south along Clarksville Street and north briefly with US 41 before turning onto Third Street. KY 848 heads north along Pinchem Road, which turns east after intersecting a CSX rail line. The highway heads southeast across Spring Creek and intersects KY 181 (Guthrie Road) at Pinchem. KY 848 intersects US 79 (Russellville Road) east of Anderson. The highway continues as Hadensville Road through Hadensville, where the route intersects an R.J. Corman Railroad Group rail line. KY 848 crosses Elk Fork at Darnell and crosses the Todd–Logan county line. The highway continues along Darnell Road to its east end at KY 102 (Keysburg Road) west of Keysburg.[1][5][42][7][43]

KY 878[edit]

Kentucky Route 878
Location: Sulphur SpringsYeaman
Length: 12.109 mi[2][44] (19.488 km)

Kentucky Route 878 is a 12.109-mile-long (19.488 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Ohio County and northwestern Grayson County. The highway begins at KY 69 near Sulphur Springs and heads southeast along Olaton Road. KY 878 meets the southern end of KY 919 (Davidson Road) and turns east at a T-intersection with KY 1164 (Cedar Grove Road) just north of that highway's junction with KY 1544. The highway intersects KY 505 (Dan Road) and crosses Caney Creek, a triubutary of the Rough River, at Olaton, east of which the route crosses the Ohio–Grayson county line. KY 878 bridges Browns Creek and Mistaken Creek before curving north to its terminus at KY 54 (Owensboro Road) near Hites Falls north of Yeaman.[1][2][44][3][45]

KY 890[edit]

Kentucky Route 890
Location: CliftyRosewood
Length: 10.206 mi[5][14] (16.425 km)

Kentucky Route 890 is a 10.206-mile-long (16.425 km) rural secondary highway in northern Todd County and southern Muhlenberg County. The highway begins at concurrent highways KY 107 and KY 181 at Clifty. KY 890 heads north along Rabbit Ridge Road. North of the Todd–Muhlenberg county line, the highway intersects the east end of KY 831. KY 890 continues north and crosses Long Creek before curving east to its terminus at KY 181 (Greenville Road) west of Rosewood.[1][5][14][7][15]

KY 932[edit]

Kentucky Route 932
Location: Oven ForkUpper Cumberland
Length: 5.148 mi[46] (8.285 km)

Kentucky Route 932 is a 5.148-mile-long (8.285 km) rural secondary highway in central Letcher County. The highway begins at US 119 east of Oven Fork. KY 932 follows Poor Fork of the Cumberland River east to Upper Cumberland, where the highway meets the northern end of KY 3405 (Roberts Branch Road). KY 932 continues to the Kentucky–Virginia state line at Flat Gap, where the road continues as State Route 671 in Wise County, Virginia.[1][46][47]

KY 949[edit]

Kentucky Route 949
Location: PenrodHuntsville
Length: 9.677 mi[14][22] (15.574 km)

Kentucky Route 949 is a 9.677-mile-long (15.574 km) rural secondary highway in southeastern Butler County and southwestern Muhlenberg County. The highway begins at US 431 at Penrod. KY 949 heads east through Gus and crosses the Mud River at the Muhlenberg–Butler county line. The highway continues northeast along Penrod Road, which crosses Deerlick Creek before reaching its east end at KY 106 (Huntsville Quality Road) at Huntsville.[1][14][22][15][24]

KY 961[edit]

Kentucky Route 961
Location: AlvatonClaypool
Length: 8.148 mi[30] (13.113 km)

Kentucky Route 961 is a 8.148-mile-long (13.113 km) rural secondary highway in southeastern Warren County. The highway begins US 231 (Scottsville Road) at Alvaton. KY 961 heads east and immediately meets the southern end of KY 2629 (Old Scottsville Road). KY 961 turns south onto Alvaton Road and then east onto New Cut Road. The highway continues along two more named roads, Claypool Boyce Road and Claypool Alvaton Road, on the way to its terminus at KY 234 (Cemetery Road) at Claypool.[1][23][25]

KY 967[edit]

Kentucky Route 967
Location: Smithland
Length: 0.496 mi[48] (0.798 km)

Kentucky Route 967 is a 0.496-mile-long (0.798 km) supplemental road in the city of Smithland in southern Livingston County. The highway begins at US 60 (Adair Street) south of downtown Smithland. KY 967 heads north on Wilson Avenue to KY 453 (Court Street), with which the route has a very short concurrency in front of the Livingston County courthouse. KY 967 continues north on State Street then turns west on Mill Street to its terminus at US 60.[1][48][49]

KY 973[edit]

Kentucky Route 973
Location: RosewoodDunmor
Length: 8.815 mi[14][22] (14.186 km)

Kentucky Route 973 is a 8.815-mile-long (14.186 km) rural secondary highway in southern Muhlenberg County. The highway begins at KY 181 (Greenville Road) west of Rosewood. KY 973 heads east through the hamlet of Rosewood and provides access to Lake Malone State Park, which lies along the edge of the namesake lake. The highway crosses Rocky Creek a little north of the dam that impounds the creek to form the lake. KY 973 continues east to its terminus at US 431 at Dunmor.[1][14][15]


References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Ohio County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  3. ^ a b Department of Planning (September 10, 2014). "Ohio County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Christian County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Todd County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  6. ^ a b c d Department of Planning (August 26, 2016). "Christian County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  7. ^ a b c d Department of Planning (December 2, 2010). "Todd County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  8. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Nelson County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  9. ^ Department of Planning (September 7, 2012). "Nelson County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  10. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Simpson County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  11. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Allen County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  12. ^ Department of Planning (October 26, 2016). "Simpson County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  13. ^ Department of Planning (February 19, 2016). "Allen County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Muhlenberg County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
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  16. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Daviess County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  17. ^ Department of Planning (March 21, 2016). "Daviess County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  18. ^ a b c d Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Owen County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  19. ^ a b Department of Planning (April 5, 2012). "Owen County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  20. ^ a b c d Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Spencer County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  21. ^ a b Department of Planning (March 2, 2015). "Spencer County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  22. ^ a b c d e Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Butler County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  23. ^ a b c d e Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Warren County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  24. ^ a b Department of Planning (January 25, 2012). "Butler County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  25. ^ a b c Department of Planning (February 15, 2016). "Warren County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  26. ^ a b c d Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Shelby County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  27. ^ a b Department of Planning (April 16, 2015). "Shelby County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  28. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Metcalfe County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  29. ^ Department of Planning (January 22, 2015). "Metcalfe County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  30. ^ a b c d e Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Edmonson County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  31. ^ a b Department of Planning (October 26, 2016). "Edmonson County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  32. ^ a b c d Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Monroe County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  33. ^ a b Department of Planning (December 2, 2010). "Monroe County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  34. ^ a b c d e f g h Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Barren County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  35. ^ a b c d Department of Planning (October 12, 2015). "Barren County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  36. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Lyon County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  37. ^ Department of Planning (May 6, 2014). "Lyon County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  38. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (McCreary County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  39. ^ Department of Planning (October 22, 2012). "McCreary County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  40. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Hopkins County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  41. ^ Department of Planning (March 4, 2016). "Hopkins County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  42. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Logan County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  43. ^ Department of Planning (January 22, 2015). "Logan County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  44. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Grayson County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  45. ^ Department of Planning (August 15, 2013). "Grayson County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  46. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Letcher County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  47. ^ Department of Planning (September 13, 2013). "Letcher County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  48. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Livingston County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved October 1, 2017. 
  49. ^ Department of Planning (October 30, 2014). "Livingston County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved October 1, 2017.