Kentucky Route 595
|Maintained by KYTC|
|Length:||24.653 mi (39.675 km)|
|South end:||KY 1617 near Berea|
| US 25 in Berea
I-75 near Berea
KY 52 south of Kirksville
|North end:||Poosey Ridge Road in rural Madison County|
Kentucky Route 595 is a north- south route running through Madison County, Kentucky. Its northern terminus is at the Kentucky River near Valley View and it southern terminus is at the intersection of Kentucky Route 1617 2 miles south of Berea. From the northern terminus to its intersection with Kentucky Route 876 it follows Siver Creek.
From the intersection with Kentucky route 876 it passes though the communities of Round Hill and Kirksville. Four miles south of Kirksville its meets up with Kentucky Route 52 for a mile east until Happy Landing and then it turns towards Berea going through Bucketown along the way. Upon entering Berea it intersects with Interstate 75 and then intersecting with Kentucky Route 956 (Berea Bypass) and Mayde Road. Kentucky Route 595 turns at the light on to Walnut Meadow Pike on into Berea passing by The Artisan Center and Berea Community Schools and though Berea. At the center of Berea it meets with US Route 25 and Kentucky Route 21. After that, it becomes Scaffald Cane Road and runs two more miles before ending at Kentucky Route 1617 and Kentucky Route 1617 maintains Scaffald Cane Road until its end with US Route 25 in Rockcastle County. Future extensions are aspired and KYTC will expand it to freeway and end somewhere and turn and overlap with other highways and have exits and intersections from its current end.
The entire route is in Madison County.
|3.745||6.027||KY 1983 north|
|4.471||7.195||KY 956 west|
|10.785||17.357||KY 52 east||South end of KY 52 overlap|
|KY 595 mileage not counted along KY 52|
|10.785||17.357||KY 52 west||North end of KY 52 overlap|
|24.653||39.675||Poosey Ridge Road||End state maintenance|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Commonwealth of Kentucky. "Official DMI Route Log". Retrieved September 1, 2011.
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