List of Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (2000–2499)

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Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (2000–2499)
Kentucky Route 2000 marker Kentucky Route 2499 marker
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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 2000 to 2499 that do not have portions within the State Primary and State Secondary systems.


KY 2067[edit]

Kentucky Route 2067
Location: Moutardier
Length: 1.108 mi[2][3] (1.783 km)

Kentucky Route 2067 is a 1.108-mile-long (1.783 km) rural secondary highway on both sides of the border between Edmonson County and Grayson County. The highway begins at Boat Ramp Road on a peninsula along Nolin River Lake in Edmonson County. KY 2067 heads north across the county line to its terminus at KY 259 at Moutardier.[1][2][3][4][5]

KY 2107[edit]

Kentucky Route 2107
Location: DrakesboroCentral City
Length: 4.742 mi[6] (7.632 km)

Kentucky Route 2107 is a 4.742-mile-long (7.632 km) supplemental road in eastern Muhlenberg County. The highway begins at US 431 and KY 70 at the north city limit of Drakesboro. KY 2107 splits northeast from the U.S. Highway and crosses over a CSX rail line and Pond Creek. The highway passes by the hamlets of Nonnell, Bevier, and Holt and passes through Cleaton. KY 2107 reaches its northern terminus at US 431 and KY 70 south of Central City.[1][6][7]

KY 2128[edit]

Kentucky Route 2128
Location: Guthrie
Length: 0.201 mi[8] (0.323 km)

Kentucky Route 2128 is a 0.201-mile-long (0.323 km) supplemental road in the city of Guthrie in southern Todd County. The highway follows Port Royal Road from the Tennessee state line, from which the road continues as Tennessee State Route 238 south to Port Royal, north along the west city limit of Guthrie to a four-legged intersection with US 79 and KY 181 (Greenville Road).[1][8][9]

KY 2131[edit]

Kentucky Route 2131
Location: Coral HillHalfway[disambiguation needed]
Length: 4.000 mi[10] (6.437 km)
Existed: 1994–present

Kentucky Route 2131 is a 4.000-mile-long (6.437 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Barren County. The highway begins at KY 740 (Coral Hill Road) near Coral Hill. KY 2131 heads northeast along Coral Hill–Halfway Road to KY 70 (Hiseville Road) near Halfway[disambiguation needed].[1][10] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2131 through a February 1, 1994, official order.[11]

KY 2143[edit]

Kentucky Route 2143
Location: Cave City
Length: 1.238 mi[10] (1.992 km)
Existed: 1994–present

Kentucky Route 2143 is a 1.238-mile-long (1.992 km) rural secondary highway near Cave City in northwestern Barren County. The highway begins at US 31E (Louisville Road) southwest of Cave City. KY 2131 follows Old Happy Valley Road southeast to KY 685 (Stovall Road) near that highway's junction with KY 90 (Happy Valley Road) south of Cave City.[1][10] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2143 through a February 1, 1994, official order.[11] KY 2143 was originally Happy Valley Road, then designated as KY 351, which had gone from the US 31W/US 68 intersection to downtown Glasgow since the 1930s.[12][13] In the 1950s, KY 90 was extended to include this particular road until it was rerouted to head into Cave City directly in the late 1960s or early 1970s. This change gave the now KY 2143 the local road name Old Happy Valley Road.[14][15]

KY 2161[edit]

Kentucky Route 2161
Location: Morgantown
Length: 0.750 mi[16] (1.207 km)

Kentucky Route 2161 is a 0.750-mile-long (1.207 km) supplemental road in the city of Morgantown in central Butler County. The J-shaped route begins at the intersection of Main Street and W.G.L. Smith Street in downtown Morgantown next to the Butler County Courthouse and the join Confederate-Union veterans monument on the courthouse grounds. US 231 heads south along Main Street and west along W.G.L. Smith Street, and KY 2161 heads north along Main Street. One block north of its terminus, the highway meets the eastern end of KY 2162 (Ohio Street). Four blocks north, KY 2161 turns west onto Cemetery Street, which runs one way toward the west; two blocks later, the route turns south onto Ward Avenue; and two blocks further the highway reaches its terminus at the intersection of Ward Avenue and Morrison Street.[1][16][17]

KY 2162[edit]

Kentucky Route 2162
Location: Morgantown
Length: 0.547 mi[16] (0.880 km)

Kentucky Route 2162 is a 0.547-mile-long (0.880 km) supplemental road in the city of Morgantown in central Butler County. The highway begins at a four-legged intersection between Logansport Road, which carries KY 403 west, and Veterans Way, which carries KY 70 to the south and both highways for one block north to W.G.L. Smith Street. KY 2162 heads east along Logansport Road and crosses Big Branch of the Green River before its oblique intersection with W.G.L. Smith Street, which carries US 231, KY 79, and KY 403. At the west edge of downtown Morgantown, the highway veers onto Ohio Street and reaches its eastern terminus at KY 2161 (Main Street).[1][16][17]

KY 2182[edit]

Kentucky Route 2182
Location: Brownsville
Length: 0.696 mi[2] (1.120 km)

Kentucky Route 2182 is a 0.058-mile-long (0.093 km) supplemental road in the city of Brownsville in central Edmonson County. The highway follows Cross Street for one block between Main Street, on which KY 70 and KY 259 run concurrently, and Washington Street, which carries KY 2184.[1][2][4]

KY 2184[edit]

Kentucky Route 2184
Location: Brownsville
Length: 0.696 mi[2] (1.120 km)

Kentucky Route 2184 is a 0.696-mile-long (1.120 km) supplemental road in the city of Brownsville in central Edmonson County. The highway follows Washington Street, which parallels Main Street, on which KY 70 and KY 259 run concurrently, between a pair of intersections with those routes at the south end of downtown and the south end of Main Street's bridge across the Green River. In the center of town, KY 2184 intersects KY 2182, which follows Cross Street between the parallel routes.[1][2][4]

KY 2189[edit]

Kentucky Route 2189
Location: GlasgowPark City
Length: 6.010 mi[10] (9.672 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2189 is a 6.010-mile-long (9.672 km) rural secondary highway in western Barren County. The highway begins at US 68 and KY 80, which run concurrently along New Bowling Green Road west of Glasgow. KY 2189 heads north along Park City–Glasgow Road, which crosses Little Beaver Creek and intersects KY 685 (Stovall Road) near Stovall. The highway has a grade crossing of the CSX-operated Glasgow Railway before reaching its northern terminus at US 31W (Louisville Road) on the east side of Park City.[1][10] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2189 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[11]

KY 2195[edit]

Kentucky Route 2195
Location: Cave CityBear Wallow
Length: 5.460 mi[10][18] (8.787 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2195 is a 5.460-mile-long (8.787 km) rural secondary highway that straddles the BarrenHart county line. The highway begins at KY 70 (Griderville Road) at the east city limit of Cave City in northwestern Barren County. KY 2195 heads east along Old Lexington Road. The highway enters Hart County, in which it is named Cave City–Bear Wallow Road, and passes just north of the county line through a junction with the southern end of KY 1141 (Bear Wallow Road) to its eastern terminus with US 31E (Jackson Highway) at Bear Wallow.[1][10][18] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2195 in Barren County through an April 8, 1987, official order.[11] The agency added the Hart County portion of the highway via an October 15, 2003, official order.[19]

KY 2240[edit]

Kentucky Route 2240
Location: RailtonMerry Oaks
Length: 3.137 mi[10] (5.049 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2240 is a 3.137-mile-long (5.049 km) rural secondary highway in western Barren County. The highway begins at KY 1297 (Old Bowling Green Road) at Railton. KY 2240 heads north along Merry Oaks–Railton Road, which crosses Sinking Creek. The highway reaches its northern end at US 68 and KY 80, which run concurrently along New Bowling Green Road, at Merry Oaks.[1][10] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2240 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[11]

KY 2256[edit]

Kentucky Route 2256
Location: Graefenburg
Length: 0.436 mi[20] (0.702 km)

Kentucky Route 2256 is a 0.436-mile-long (0.702 km) rural secondary highway at Graefenburg in eastern Shelby County. The highway follows Graefenburg Road from KY 1472, which heads northwest along Graefenburg Road and south along Hickory Road Road, northeast along Goose Creek to US 60 (Frankfort Road) just west of Benson Creek, a tributary of the Kentucky River that forms the Shelby–Franklin county line.[1][20][21]

KY 2258[edit]

Kentucky Route 2258
Location: Shelbyville
Length: 0.361 mi[20] (0.581 km)
Existed: 2007–present

Kentucky Route 2258 is a 0.361-mile-long (0.581 km) supplemental road near Shelbyville in central Shelby County. The highway begins at KY 53 (Mount Eden Road) east of Shelbyville. KY 2258 heads east on Old Seven Mile Pike then turns north on an unnamed road to its end at a Kentucky Transportation Cabinet maintenance facility. The highway also provides access to the historic Brackett Owen House.[1][20] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2258 through an October 11, 2007, official order.[21]

KY 2259[edit]

Kentucky Route 2259
Location: Frankfort
Length: 0.785 mi[22] (1.263 km)

Kentucky Route 2259 is a 0.785-mile-long (1.263 km) supplemental road in the city of Frankfort in central Franklin County. The highway, which follows Shelby Street, begins where Shelby Street curves onto Tanglewood Drive, which leads to the historic home Point Breeze. KY 2259 heads north and intersects KY 2271 (Lafayette Drive) west of the Kentucky State Capitol and the Kentucky Governor's Mansion. The highway continues through the Frankfort Barracks District, by the Rev. Jesse R. Zeigler House, and through the South Frankfort Neighborhood Historic District. KY 2259 passes the Gov. Charles S. Morehead House immediately before reaching its northern terminus at US 60 (Second Street) in the Central Frankfort Historic District.[1][22][23]

KY 2263[edit]

Kentucky Route 2263
Location: Rochester
Length: 0.434 mi[16] (0.698 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2263 is a 0.434-mile-long (0.698 km) supplemental road in the city of Rochester in northwestern Butler County. The highway begins at KY 70 (Rochester Road) next to the confluence of the Mud River and the Green River. KY 2263 heads east along Russellville Street and curves south to its terminus at KY 369, which heads north along Creamery Street and south along Russellville Street through downtown Rochester.[1][16] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2263 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[17]

KY 2265[edit]

Kentucky Route 2265
Location: Louisville
Length: 0.145 mi[24] (0.233 km)

Kentucky Route 2265 is a 0.145-mile-long (0.233 km) supplemental road in the city of Louisville in eastern Jefferson County. The highway connects Old Taylorsville Road with KY 155 (Taylorsville Road) north of Floyds Fork of the Salt River and west of the Fisherville neighborhood of Louisville.[1][24][25]

KY 2266[edit]

Kentucky Route 2266
Location: Jetson
Length: 4.134 mi[16] (6.653 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2266 is a 4.134-mile-long (6.653 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Butler County. The highway begins at the maintenance boundary along Milshed Road north of the Green River between Big Bull Creek and Little Reedy Creek. KY 2266 heads north to its terminus at KY 1328, which heads west along Leonard Oak Road and north along Milshed Road to its terminus at KY 70 (Brownsville Road) at Jetson.[1][16] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2266 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[17]

KY 2267[edit]

Kentucky Route 2267
Location: LeetownDunbar
Length: 4.426 mi[16] (7.123 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2267 is a 4.426-mile-long (7.123 km) rural secondary highway in central Butler County. The highway begins at KY 1153 (Sandy Creek Road) at Leetown. KY 2267 heads north along Dunbar Leetown Road, which crosses Sandy Creek, part of the Green River watershed, before reaching its northern terminus at KY 70 (Rochester Road) at Dunbar.[1][16] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2267 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[17]

KY 2268[edit]

Kentucky Route 2268
Location: Shelbyville
Length: 1.388 mi[20] (2.234 km)
Existed: 1992–present

Kentucky Route 2268 is a 1.388-mile-long (2.234 km) supplemental road near Shelbyville in central Shelby County. The highway begins at the south end of the highway's bridge across Clear Creek, part of the Salt River watershed, at the north city limit of Shelbyville. KY 2268 follows 7th Street north to Eminence Pike, onto which the highway heads northeast. The highway parallels an R.J. Corman Railroad Group rail line and Mulberry Creek northeast to its terminus at a four-legged intersection with KY 43 (Cropper Road) and KY 55 Business, which heads south along Boone Station Road and north along Eminence Pike.[1][20] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet moved KY 55 to Boone Station Road, established KY 2268 along the old course of KY 55 outside of Shelbyville, and transferred 7th Street from Clear Creek south to US 60 in the city of Shelbyville to municipal maintenance through a June 29, 1992, official order.[21]

KY 2269[edit]

Kentucky Route 2269
Location: GilstrapDexterville
Length: 3.365 mi[16] (5.415 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2269 is a 3.365-mile-long (5.415 km) rural secondary highway in northern Butler County. The highway begins at KY 1118 (Gilstrap Road) at Gilstrap. KY 2269 heads east along Dexterville–Gilstrap Road, which crosses Indian Camp Creek, a tributary of the Green River, before reaching its eastern terminus at KY 2713 (Dexterville Banock Road) at Dexterville.[1][16] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2269 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[17]

KY 2270[edit]

Kentucky Route 2270
Location: RosewoodEnnis
Length: 10.831 mi[6] (17.431 km)

Kentucky Route 2270 is a 10.831-mile-long (17.431 km) rural secondary highway in southeastern Muhlenberg County. The highway begins at KY 973 east of Rosewood. KY 2270 heads northeast to Belton, where the highway has a closely staggered pair of intersections with US 431 and crosses Hazel Creek, a tributary of the Mud River. The highway crosses two more tributaries of the Mud River on its way to its northeast end at KY 70 (Rochester Road) at Ennis.[1][6][7]

KY 2297[edit]

Kentucky Route 2297
Location: Somerset
Length: 0.222 mi[26] (0.357 km)

Kentucky Route 2297 is a 0.222-mile-long (0.357 km) rural secondary highway in the city of Somerset in central Pulaski County. The east–west highway connects US 27 (Burnside Road) and KY 2292 (Monticello Street) in the south end of the city.[1][26][27]

KY 2312[edit]

Kentucky Route 2312
Location: Liberty
Length: 0.102 mi[28] (0.164 km)

Kentucky Route 2313 is a 0.102-mile-long (0.164 km) supplemental road in the city of Liberty in central Casey County. The U-shaped highway partially circumscribes the Casey County Courthouse between a pair of intersections with KY 70 Business (Campbellsville Street) in the Liberty Downtown Historic District. KY 2313's eastern intersection is also the southern terminus of KY 49 (Hustonville Street).[1][28][29]

KY 2313[edit]

Kentucky Route 2313
Location: Liberty
Length: 0.398 mi[28] (0.641 km)

Kentucky Route 2313 is a 0.398-mile-long (0.641 km) rural secondary highway in the city of Liberty in central Casey County. The highway follows Randolph Street from US 127 (Wallace Wilkinson Boulevard) north to KY 70 Business (Middleburg Road) in downtown Liberty.[1][28][29]

KY 2325[edit]

Kentucky Route 2325
Location: PigArthur
Length: 2.023 mi[2] (3.256 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2325 is a 2.023-mile-long (3.256 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Edmonson County. The highway begins at KY 259 (Brownsville Road) near Pig. KY 2325 follows Silent Grove Church Road north to its terminus at a three-legged intersection with KY 70 (Mammoth Cave Road) and Brownsville Parkway near Arthur. Brownsville Park heads east through Mammoth Cave National Park and connects with another segment of KY 70 on the east side of the national park.[1][2] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2325 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[4]

KY 2326[edit]

Kentucky Route 2326
Location: TuckertownChalybeate
Length: 3.510 mi[2][30] (5.649 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2326 is a 3.510-mile-long (5.649 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Warren County and southwestern Edmonson County. The highway begins at US 31W (Louisville Road) near Tuckertown in Warren County. KY 2326 heads north, crosses the county line, and continues on Otter Gap Road to its north end at KY 743 west of Chalybeate.[1][2][30] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2326 through a pair of April 8, 1987, official orders.[4][31]

KY 2328[edit]

Kentucky Route 2328
Location: Kentucky River
Length: 2.695 mi[32][33] (4.337 km)

Kentucky Route 2328 is a 2.695-mile-long (4.337 km) supplemental road in northern Madison County and southeastern Fayette County. The highway runs between a pair of intersections with US 25 and US 421 on either side of the Madison–Fayette county line at the Kentucky River; US 25 and US 421 run concurrently with I-75 across the river. KY 2328 begins at US 25 and US 421 west of the U.S. Highways' diamond interchange with the Interstate south of the Kentucky River in Madison County. The highway follows Lexington Road as it descends to the river with a pair of hairpin turns. KY 2328 passes under I-75, crosses the river on the Clays Ferry Bridge into Fayette County and the city of Lexington, and passes under the Interstate again. The highway ascends out of the river gorge along Old Richmond Road and reaches its northern terminus at a partial cloverleaf interchange with I-75; US 25 and US 421 leave the Interstate and head north along Old Richmond Road.[1][32][33][34][35]

KY 2330[edit]

Kentucky Route 2330
Location: Sunfish
Length: 2.408 mi[2] (3.875 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2330 is a 2.408-mile-long (3.875 km) rural secondary highway in northernwestern Edmonson County. The highway begins at KY 187 (Sunfish Road) just south of that highway's crossing of Sunfish Creek, part of the Green River watershed, south of Sunfish. KY 2330 heads north along Sunfish Sunny Point Road and crosses Salt Well Branch before reaching its northern terminus at KY 1075 (Sunny Point Road) northwest of Sunfish.[1][2] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2330 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[4]

KY 2333[edit]

Kentucky Route 2333
Location: Paintsville
Length: 0.647 mi[36] (1.041 km)
Existed: 1996–present

Kentucky Route 2333 is a 0.647-mile-long (1.041 km) supplemental road in Paintsville in central Johnson County. The highway begins at KY 321 Business (Broadway Street) just north of the business route's southern terminus at KY 321. KY 2333 heads east along Broadway Street to its eastern terminus at KY 1428 (Depot Road).[1][36] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet assigned KY 2333 to part of the old routing of KY 40 when that highway was relocated through Paintsville via a December 2, 1996, official order.[37]

KY 2336[edit]

Kentucky Route 2336
Location: Oak RidgeBroadway
Length: 3.522 mi[2] (5.668 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2336 is a 3.522-mile-long (5.668 km) rural secondary highway in northern Edmonson County. The highway begins at KY 728 (Nolin Dam Road) west of the namesake dam that impounds the Nolin River to form Nolin River Lake. KY 2336 passes to the west of the lake and the communities of Oak Ridge and Hillview. The highway continues northwest to its terminus at KY 259 in the village of Broadway.[1][2] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2336 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[4]

KY 2377[edit]

Kentucky Route 2377
Location: Sand SpringPauline
Length: 6.459 mi[38] (10.395 km)
Existed: 1987–present

Kentucky Route 2377 is a 6.459-mile-long (10.395 km) rural secondary highway in northern Logan County. The highway, which is named Anderson Store Road, begins at KY 106 (Quality Road) near Sand Spring. KY 2377 heads east across Dallam Creek, curves south, and curves east again at Old Quality Road. The highway crosses Duncan Creek and passes through the village of Anderson. KY 2377 crosses Muddy Creek, a tributary of the Green River to the north, before reaching its eastern terminus at KY 79 (Morgantown Road) near Pauline.[1][38] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2377 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[39]

KY 2378[edit]

Kentucky Route 2378
Location: Paintsville
Length: 0.125 mi[36] (0.201 km)

Kentucky Route 2378 is a 0.125-mile-long (0.201 km) supplemental road in Paintsville in central Johnson County. The highway follows James S. Trimble Boulevard from KY 321 (Old Paintsville Bypass) across Paint Creek to the end of state maintenance west of West Street, where the road continues east as 2nd Street.[1][36][37]

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