List of Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (2500–2999)

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Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (2500–2999)
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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 2500 to 2999 that do not have portions within the State Primary and State Secondary systems.


KY 2502[edit]

Kentucky Route 2502
LocationCarlisle
Length0.201 mi[2] (0.323 km)

Kentucky Route 2502 is a 0.201-mile-long (0.323 km) supplemental road in Carlisle in central Nicholas County. The highway follows Walnut Street through the Carlisle Historic District from Main Street, which carries KY 32 and KY 36, north to North Street and State Garage Lane.[1][2][3]

KY 2526[edit]

Kentucky Route 2526
LocationSandy Hook
Length0.325 mi[4] (0.523 km)

Kentucky Route 2526 is a 0.325-mile-long (0.523 km) supplemental road in Sandy Hook in central Elliott County. The highway follows Kentucky Avenue on a U-shaped course around a grid of streets between a pair of intersections with KY 7 and KY 32, which run concurrently through the northern part of Sandy Hook.[1][4][5]

KY 2629[edit]

Kentucky Route 2629
LocationAlvatonBowling Green
Length6.536 mi[6] (10.519 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2629 is a 6.536-mile-long (10.519 km) rural secondary highway in southeastern Warren County. The highway begins at KY 961 (Alvaton Road) just east of that highway's terminus at US 231 (Scottsville Road). KY 2629 follows Old Scottsville Road northwest to its crossing of Drakes Creek. The highway enters the city of Bowling Green and reaches its northern terminus at KY 2158 (Cumberland Trace Road), which parallels the northbound lanes of I-65 between US 231 to the south and KY 234 to the north.[1][6] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2629 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[7]

KY 2631[edit]

Kentucky Route 2631
LocationBenleoRichardsville
Length5.848 mi[6] (9.411 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2631 is a 5.848-mile-long (9.411 km) rural secondary highway in northwestern Warren County. The L-shaped highway runs between a pair of intersections with KY 263. KY 2631 heads south from KY 263, which heads west on Ridge Road and north on Riverside–Benleo Road, along the latter named road. The highway turns east onto Benleo Road and passes through the village of Benleo. KY 2631 crosses a tributary of the Barren River before reaching its eastern terminus at KY 263 (Richardsville Road) west of Richardsville.[1][6] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2631 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[7]

KY 2665[edit]

Kentucky Route 2665
LocationBarren RiverBowling Green
Length8.213 mi[6] (13.218 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2665 is a 8.213-mile-long (13.218 km) rural secondary highway and supplemental road in central Warren County. The L-shaped highway runs from KY 1435 at Barren River south and east to Main Avenue in Bowling Green. KY 2665 heads south from KY 1435 (Barren River Road) along Glen Lily Road. The highway crosses the William H. Natcher Parkway, curves east at its intersection with the northern end of KY 3191 (Briggs Hill Road), and crosses the parkway again. KY 2665 intersects Veterans Memorial Lane, which carries US 68 and KY 80 around the north side of Bowling Green, and crosses Jenning Creek, a tributary of the Barren River, to enter the city. At the northwestern edge of downtown Bowling Green, the highway turns east onto Stubbins Street, south onto West 12th Avenue, and east onto Clay Street. KY 2665 follows the north side of CSX's Main Line Subdivision to its eastern terminus at Main Avenue next to the historic Hall House.[1][6] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2665 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[7]

KY 2713[edit]

Kentucky Route 2713
LocationWelcomeWindy Hill
Length10.901 mi[8] (17.543 km)

Kentucky Route 2713 is a 10.901-mile-long (17.543 km) rural secondary highway in northern Butler County and eastern Ohio County. The highway runs from KY 79 near Welcome north to KY 505 at Windy Hill. KY 2713 begins at KY 79 (Caneyville Road) west of Welcome and heads north along Dexterville Banock Road, which crosses the East Prong of Indian Camp Creek, part of the Green River watershed. The highway meets the east end of KY 2269 (Dexterville Gilstrap Road) in Dexterville. KY 2713 curves east through Banock and follows Indian Camp Creek before crossing the stream and curving north to the Butler–Ohio county line. The highway passes under the Western Kentucky Parkway with no access and passes through Arnold. KY 2713 parallels and then crosses the North Prong of Indian Camp Creek between Arnold and Renfrow and reaches its northern terminus at KY 505 at Windy Hill.[1][9][8] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2713 as a rural secondary highway in Butler County through an April 8, 1987, official order.[10] KY 2713 in Ohio County had existed earlier as a supplemental road, but that portion of the highway was reclassified as a rural secondary highway via a March 30, 1987, official order.[11]

KY 2719[edit]

Kentucky Route 2719
LocationEchols
Length0.088 mi[8] (0.142 km)

Kentucky Route 2719 is a 0.088-mile-long (0.142 km) supplemental road at Echols in southwestern Ohio County. The highway follows Echols Church Lane from the county-maintained portion of the lane east to KY 1245 just north of that highway's bridge across the Western Kentucky Parkway.[1][8][11]

KY 2801[edit]

Kentucky Route 2801
LocationLouisville
Length0.256 mi[12] (0.412 km)

Kentucky Route 2801 is a pair of supplemental roads with a total length of 0.256-mile-long (0.412 km) in the city of Louisville in central Jefferson County. The one-way roads form part of I-264's diamond interchange with KY 1020 (Southern Parkway) and 3rd Street. The eastbound component of KY 2801 follows Southern Heights Avenue from the intersection of KY 1020 and the eastbound I-264 exit ramp through 3rd Street and the entrance ramp to eastbound I-264 to Meridale Avenue. The westbound component of KY 2801 follows Florence Avenue from the intersection of 3rd Street and the westbound I-264 exit ramp to the intersection of KY 1020 and the westbound I-264 entrance ramp.[1][12][13]

KY 2803[edit]

Kentucky Route 2803
LocationLouisville
Length0.276 mi[12] (0.444 km)

Kentucky Route 2803 is a 0.276-mile-long (0.444 km) supplemental road in the city of Louisville in central Jefferson County. The highway parallels the southbound lanes of I-65 between the St. Joseph neighborhood and the University of Louisville. KY 2803 follows one-way southbound Arthur Street from that street's intersection with Brandeis Avenue, where southbound KY 61 turns east from the former to the latter, to Warnock Street. The highway receives a ramp from southbound I-65, and its southern terminus includes a ramp to southbound I-65 as part of Warnock Street's interchange with the Interstate.[1][12][13]

KY 2809[edit]

Kentucky Route 2809
LocationLouisville
Length0.061 mi[12] (0.098 km)

Kentucky Route 2809 is a 0.061-mile-long (0.098 km) supplemental road in the city of Louisville in northern Jefferson County. The L-shaped spur runs from KY 22 (Brownsboro Road) opposite Simcoe Lane to a dead end between the Paddock Shops and KY 22's partial cloverleaf interchange with I-265.[1][12][13]

KY 2840[edit]

Kentucky Route 2840
LocationDouglass Hills
Length0.107 mi[12] (0.172 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2840 is a 0.107-mile-long (0.172 km) rural secondary highway in the city of Douglass Hills in eastern Jefferson County. The highway connects KY 913 (Blankenbaker Parkway) just south of its north end at US 60 with Main Street at the boundary between the cities of Douglass Hills and Middletown.[1][12] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2840 along Main Street and Old Shelbyville Road in Middletown, with both termini at US 60, through an April 8, 1987, official order. The highway's present western terminus at KY 913 was established in 2003. The agency transferred two of KY 2840's sections in Middletown, first the connector between US 60 and Main Street and then the remainder of the highway in the city, to city maintenance through official orders dated June 17, 2010, and February 14, 2011, respectively.[13]

KY 2841[edit]

Kentucky Route 2841
LocationLouisville
Length0.643 mi[12] (1.035 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2841 is a 0.643-mile-long (1.035 km) rural secondary highway in the city of Louisville in eastern Jefferson County. The highway forms a loop between junctions with US 60 through the Eastwood neighborhood of Louisville. Between its endpoints, KY 2841 intersects KY 1531 (Eastwood Fisherville Road).[1][12] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2841 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[13]

KY 2857[edit]

Kentucky Route 2857
LocationLa Grange
Length1.522 mi[14] (2.449 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2857 is a 1.522-mile-long (2.449 km) rural secondary highway in central Oldham County. The highway begins at KY 2856 southwest of the city of La Grange. KY 2857 follows the west city limit north and crosses I-71 and North Fork Currys Fork, a tributary of Floyds Fork of the Salt River that runs between the Interstate's carriageway. North of I-71, the highway reaches its terminus at a four-legged intersection with Commerce Parkway and Allen Lane, which fully enters the city of La Grange.[1][14] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2857 through an April 8, 1987, official order. The portion of the highway north of Commerce Parkway was transferred to the city of La Grange via a March 24, 2006, official order.[15]

KY 2861[edit]

Kentucky Route 2861
LocationOlive BranchShelbyville
Length6.593 mi[16] (10.610 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2861 is a 6.593-mile-long (10.610 km) rural secondary highway in southern Shelby County. The highway runs from KY 148 in the village of Olive Branch north to US 60 in Shelbyville. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2861 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[17] KY 2861 begins at KY 148 (Finchville Road) and heads north along Zaring Mill Road, which passes Olive Branch Methodist Episcopal Church and follows a bend of Guist Creek, which feeds Brashears Creek. The highway passes the historic Bushrod Figg House and the Gray House on either side of its crossing of Wise Creek, a tributary of Brashears Creek, which flows into the Salt River. South of Meadow Run, KY 2861 passes between the Rodgers House and Allen Dale Farm and passes to the east of the Courtney House. The highway passes between the Harbison House and the Moxley Farm before crossing over I-64 with no access. KY 2861 passes the historic site Undulata and the Muir House shortly before the route enters the city of Shelbyville by crossing Clear Creek. The highway continues into town as Mack Walters Road, which has grade crossings of an R.J. Corman Railroad Group spur and the east–west mainline shared by CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern Railway before reaching its northern terminus at US 60 (Midland Trail) west of downtown Shelbyville.[1][16]

KY 2862[edit]

Kentucky Route 2862
LocationShelbyville
Length1.633 mi[16] (2.628 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2862 is a 1.633-mile-long (2.628 km) supplemental road in central Shelby County. The highway begins at KY 55 (Taylorsville Road) between KY 55's interchange with I-64 and US 60 west of Shelbyville. KY 2862 heads east along Pearce Industrial Road and crosses Dry Run, part of the Salt River watershed. At Old Finchville Road, the highway turns north onto that road and has a grade crossing of the east–west mainline shared by CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern Railway. KY 2862 follows the west city limit of Shelbyville north to its terminus at US 60 (Midland Trail).[1][16] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2862 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[17]

KY 2866[edit]

Kentucky Route 2866
LocationHooperHemp Ridge
Length3.820 mi[16] (6.148 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 2866 is a 3.820-mile-long (6.148 km) rural secondary highway in central Shelby County. The highway begins at KY 1790 (Hooper Station Road) west of Hooper. KY 2866 heads southeast along Woodlawn Road, which crosses Jeptha Creek, which is part of the Salt River watershed. The highway reaches its east end at KY 714 (Hemp Ridge Road) south of Hemp Ridge.[1][16] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet established KY 2866 through an April 8, 1987, official order.[17]

KY 2943[edit]

Kentucky Route 2943
LocationWilliamstown
Length0.450 mi[18] (0.724 km)

Kentucky Route 2943 is a 0.450-mile-long (0.724 km) supplemental road in the city of Williamstown in central Grant County. The highway runs from a dead end north to KY 36 (Jonesville Road) next to KY 36's diamond interchange with I-75.[1][18][19]

KY 2944[edit]

Kentucky Route 2944
LocationDry Ridge
Length0.889 mi[18] (1.431 km)

Kentucky Route 2944 is a 0.450-mile-long (0.724 km) supplemental road in the city of Dry Ridge in central Grant County. The highway follows Curry Lane from the beginning of state maintenance, where the road continues south as Fashion Ridge Road to KY 22 at its diamond interchange with I-75, north through an intersection with Cull Road parallel to the southbound lanes of I-75 to a dead end near Boltz Lake.[1][18] The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet transferred the portion of KY 2944 between KY 22 and its current southern end to the city of Dry Ridge through a June 21, 1991, official order.[19]

KY 2945[edit]

Kentucky Route 2945
LocationSherman
Length0.622 mi[18] (1.001 km)

Kentucky Route 2945 is a 0.622-mile-long (1.001 km) supplemental road near Sherman in southern Grant County. The highway follows Cason Lane from a county road continuation through an intersection with the northern end of KY 2946 on a curve. KY 2945 then parallels the southbound lanes of I-75 to its north end at KY 1994 (Sherman–Mount Zion Road) just west of that highway's bridge across I-75.[1][18][19]

KY 2946[edit]

Kentucky Route 2946
LocationSherman
Length0.523 mi[18] (0.842 km)

Kentucky Route 2946 is a 0.523-mile-long (0.842 km) supplemental road near Sherman in southern Grant County. The highway begins at a dead end and follows Peoples Road parallel to the southbound lanes of I-75 north to its end at KY 2945.[1][18][19]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Department of Planning (May 2017). "State Primary Road System Maps". Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 23, 2017.
  2. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Nicholas County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 23, 2017.
  3. ^ Department of Planning (March 3, 2011). "Nicholas County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 23, 2017.
  4. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Grant County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 23, 2017.
  5. ^ Department of Planning (June 9, 2011). "Elliott County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 23, 2017.
  6. ^ a b c d e f Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Warren County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 22, 2017.
  7. ^ a b c Department of Planning (February 15, 2016). "Warren County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 22, 2017.
  8. ^ a b c d Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Ohio County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 22, 2017.
  9. ^ Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Butler County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 22, 2017.
  10. ^ Department of Planning (January 25, 2012). "Butler County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 22, 2017.
  11. ^ a b Department of Planning (September 10, 2014). "Ohio County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 22, 2017.
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Jefferson County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 20, 2017.
  13. ^ a b c d e Department of Planning (June 6, 2015). "Jefferson County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 20, 2017.
  14. ^ a b Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Oldham County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 20, 2017.
  15. ^ Department of Planning (January 4, 2017). "Oldham County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 20, 2017.
  16. ^ a b c d e f Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Shelby County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 20, 2017.
  17. ^ a b c Department of Planning (June 3, 2013). "Shelby County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 20, 2017.
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h Division of Planning (n.d.). "Official Milepoint Route Log Extract (Grant County)". Highway Information System. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 20, 2017.
  19. ^ a b c d Department of Planning (April 16, 2015). "Grant County State Primary Road System" (PDF). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved May 20, 2017.