List of Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (600–699)

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Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (600–699)
Kentucky Route 600 marker Kentucky Route 699 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 600 to 699 that do not have portions within the State Primary and State Secondary systems.


Kentucky Route 600[edit]

Kentucky Route 600
Locationnear Clifty
Length2.728 mi[2] (4.390 km)

Kentucky Route 600 is a 2.728-mile-long (4.390 km) state highway in Muhlenberg County that runs from Kentucky Route 831 to Kentucky Route 171 northwest of Clifty.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Muhlenberg County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 831Southern terminus
2.7284.390 KY 171Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 601[edit]

Kentucky Route 601
LocationGreenville-near Graham
Length2.728 mi[2] (4.390 km)

Kentucky Route 601 is a 2.728-mile-long (4.390 km) state highway in Muhlenberg County that runs from Kentucky Route 181 on the western Greenville city line to Kentucky Route 175 north of Graham via New Cypress.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Muhlenberg County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Greenville0.0000.000 KY 181 (Luzerne Drive)Southern terminus
3.1535.074 KY 2690 west (New Cypress Road) / New Cypress RoadEastern terminus of KY 2690
6.76610.889 KY 175Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 602[edit]

Kentucky Route 602
LocationCentral City
Length0.690 mi[3] (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][3][4]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Central City, Muhlenberg County.

mi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 277 (River Road)Southern terminus
0.6511.048 KY 3038 east (Peabody Road)Western terminus of KY 3038
0.6901.110 KY 1031 (North Second Street)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 603[edit]

Kentucky Route 603
LocationOwensboro
Length1.701 mi[5] (2.737 km)

Kentucky Route 603 is a 1.701-mile-long (2.737 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][5][6]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Daviess County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000Pleasant Valley Road No. 1Southern terminus
0.211–
0.265
0.340–
0.426
US 60 / US 231 (Wendell H. Ford Expressway) – Hawesville, HendersonUS 60/US 231 exit 19
Owensboro1.7012.737 KY 144 east (East Fourth Street) / East Fourth StreetNorthern terminus; western terminus of KY 144
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 604[edit]

Kentucky Route 604
LocationCentral City
Length0.975 mi[3] (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][3][4]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Central City, Muhlenberg County.

mi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 US 431 / KY 70Southern terminus
0.9751.569 US 62 (Everly Brothers Boulevard)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 605[edit]

Kentucky Route 605
LocationManton-Bardstown
Length12.781 mi[2] (20.569 km)

Kentucky Route 605 is a 12.781-mile-long (20.569 km) state highway that runs from Kentucky Route 1183 and Manton Road at Manton to U.S. Route 62 in far northeastern Bardstown via Botland and Woodlawn.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
WashingtonManton0.0000.000 KY 1183 (Cissellville Road) / Manton RoadSouthern terminus; continues as Manton Road beyond KY 1183
NelsonBotland4.9407.950 US 150 east (Springfield Road)South end of US 150 overlap
5.8149.357 US 150 west (Springfield Road)North end of US 150 overlap
Bardstown12.78120.569 US 62 (Bloomfield Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 606[edit]

Kentucky Route 606
Locationnear Barterville-near Ellisville
Length2.321 mi[2] (3.735 km)

Kentucky Route 606 is a 2.321-mile-long (3.735 km) state highway in Nicholas County that runs from Bald Hill Road northeast of Barterville to U.S. Route 68 southwest of Ellisville.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Nicholas County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000Bald Hill RoadWestern terminus
2.3213.735 US 68 (Maysville Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 607[edit]

Kentucky Route 607
Locationnear Monterey–near Corinth
Length17.421 mi[7] (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][7][8]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Owen County.

Locationmi[7]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 US 127 / Frank Clark RoadWestern terminus; continues as Frank Clark Road beyond US 127
7.66712.339 KY 227 (Georgetown Road)
11.44918.425 KY 1883 north (Slatin Road)Southern terminus of KY 1883
13.39121.551 KY 2018 northSouthern terminus of KY 2018
17.42128.036 KY 330 (Owenton Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 608[edit]

Kentucky Route 608
Locationnear Natlee-near Stonewall
Length4.067 mi[2] (6.545 km)

Kentucky Route 608 is a 4.067-mile-long (6.545 km) state highway that runs from Frogtown Road at the Owen-Scott county line southeast of Natlee to U.S. Route 25 south of Stonewall.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
OwenScott
county line
0.0000.000Frogtown RoadWestern terminus; continues as Frogtown Road beyond county line
Scott4.0676.545 US 25 (Cincinnati Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 609[edit]

Kentucky Route 609
LocationConcord-near Meridian
Length6.220 mi[2] (10.010 km)

Kentucky Route 609 is a 6.220-mile-long (10.010 km) state highway in Pendleton County that runs from Kentucky Route 159 at Concord to Kentucky Route 177 east of Meridian.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Pendleton County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Concord0.0000.000 KY 159Southern terminus
6.22010.010 KY 177Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 611[edit]

Kentucky Route 611
LocationLookout-near Jonancy
Length5.993 mi[2] (9.645 km)

Kentucky Route 611 is a 5.993-mile-long (9.645 km) state highway in Pike County that runs from Kentucky Route 195 at Lookout to U.S. Routes 23 and 119 east of Jonancy via Lookout.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Pike County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Lookout0.0000.000 KY 195 (Marrowbone Creek Road)Southern terminus
5.9939.645 US 23 / US 119Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 612[edit]

Kentucky Route 612
Locationnear Rural-near Turkey Creek
Length8.636 mi[2] (13.898 km)

Kentucky Route 612 is a 8.636-mile-long (13.898 km) state highway in northeastern Pike County that runs from Kentucky Route 468 south of Rural to Kentucky Route 292 northeast of Turkey Creek via Turkey Creek.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Pike County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 468 (Big Creek Road)Western terminus
8.63613.898 KY 292 (Williamson Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 613[edit]

Kentucky Route 613
LocationBowen-near Old Lombard
Length9.680 mi[2] (15.578 km)

Kentucky Route 613 is a 9.680-mile-long (15.578 km) state highway in eastern Powell County that runs from Kentucky Routes 11 and 15 at Bowen to Forestry Road No. 23 at the Menifee County line northeast of Old Lombard.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Powell County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Bowen0.0000.000 KY 11 / KY 15 (Campton Road)Western terminus
0.5800.933 KY 599 north (North Fork Road)Southern terminus of KY 599
9.68015.578Forestry Road No. 23Eastern terminus; Menifee County line; continues as Forestry Road No. 23 beyond county line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 615[edit]

Kentucky Route 615
LocationMorris-near Bowen
Length10.119 mi[2] (16.285 km)

Kentucky Route 615 is a 10.119-mile-long (16.285 km) state highway in central Powell County that runs from Kentucky Route 213 at Morris to Kentucky Route 599 northwest of Bowen.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Powell County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Morris0.0000.000 KY 213 (Morris Creek Road)Western terminus
4.1226.634 KY 213 north (Morris Creek Road)West end of KY 213 overlap
4.5127.261 KY 213 south (Morris Creek Road)East end of KY 213 overlap
5.5368.909 KY 1695 north (Hatchers Creek Road)Southern terminus of KY 1695
8.27313.314 KY 1184 south (Cane Creek Road) to KY 11 / KY 15Northern terminus of KY 1184
10.11916.285 KY 599 (North Fork Road / Cane Creek Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 616[edit]

Kentucky Route 616
Locationnear Fairview-near Germantown
Length10.119 mi[2] (16.285 km)

Kentucky Route 616 is a 16.009-mile-long (25.764 km) state highway that runs from Kentucky Routes 1029 and 2505 northwest of Fairview to Kentucky Route 875 southwest of Germantown via Abigail.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Robertson0.0000.000 KY 1029 (Old Blue Lick Road) / KY 2505 south (Mt. Pleasant Road)Southern terminus; northern terminus of KY 2505; continues as KY 2505 beyond KY 1029
Mount Olivet6.51410.483 US 62 east (Sardis Road)South end of US 62 overlap
6.64110.688 US 62 west (Sardis Road)North end of US 62 overlap
Mason
No major junctions
Bracken
No major junctions
Mason
No major junctions
Bracken16.00925.764 KY 875 (Bridgeville Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 617[edit]

Kentucky Route 617
Locationnear Kentontown-near Piqua
Length10.119 mi[2] (16.285 km)

Kentucky Route 617 is a 5.363-mile-long (8.631 km) state highway in southwestern Robertson County that runs from U.S. Route 62 east of Kentontown to Kentucky Route 165 and Piqua Lane northwest of Piqua.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Robertson County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 US 62 (Kentontown Road)Western terminus
1.0321.661 KY 1476 east (Thomas Pike)Western terminus of KY 1476
5.3638.631 KY 165 / Piqua LaneEastern terminus; continues as Piqua Lane beyond KY 165
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 618[edit]

Kentucky Route 618
LocationBroughtentown-near Spiro
Length10.708 mi[2] (17.233 km)

Kentucky Route 618 is a 10.708-mile-long (17.233 km) state highway that runs from Kentucky Route 1781 at Broughtentown to Kentucky Route 1250 south of Spiro via Dog Walk and Quail.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
LincolnBroughtentown0.0000.000 KY 1781Western terminus
1.9373.117 KY 39 northWest end of KY 39 overlap
Dog Walk2.5194.054 KY 39 southEast end of KY 39 overlap
Rockcastle3.7145.977 KY 1650 east (Ottawa Church Road)Western terminus of KY 1650
7.10511.434 KY 328 west (Bee Lick Road)Eastern terminus of KY 328
Quail7.45712.001 KY 70 (Old Somerset Pike)
10.70817.233 KY 1250 (Spiro Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 619[edit]

Kentucky Route 619
Locationnear Montpelier
Length19.045 mi[2] (30.650 km)

Kentucky Route 619 is a 19.045-mile-long (30.650 km) state highway in Russell County that runs from Kentucky Route 92 southeast of Montpelier to Kentucky Route 379 in downtown Russell Springs via Rose Crossroads and Jamestown.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Russell County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 92Western terminus
2.5634.125 KY 832 eastWestern terminus of KY 832
3.5775.757 KY 379 north / KY 3281 south (Warriner Ridge Road)West end of KY 379 overlap; northern terminus of KY 3281
4.8387.786 KY 379 southEast end of KY 379 overlap
6.32910.186 KY 3281 (Warriner Ridge Road)
9.47315.245 US 127
Jamestown10.17916.382
US 127 Bus. south (West Cumberland Avenue) / Sunset Drive
West end of US 127 Bus. overlap
10.800–
10.814
17.381–
17.403

US 127 Bus. north (North Main Street) / KY 92 (South Main Street)
East end of US 127 Bus. overlap
13.08521.058 KY 1680 south / Nelson Mill RoadNorthern terminus of KY 1680
Russell Springs18.11029.145 US 127
18.84230.323Lakeway Drive (KY 3017)
19.04530.650 KY 379 (Main Street)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 621[edit]

Kentucky Route 621
Locationnear Auburn-near Franklin
Length9.269 mi[9] (14.917 km)

Kentucky Route 621 is a 9.269-mile-long (14.917 km) state highway in Simpson County that runs from Kentucky Route 103 southeast of Auburn to U.S. Route 31W north of Franklin.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Simpson County.

Locationmi[9]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 103 (Middleton Road)Western terminus
3.0034.833 KY 73 south (Morgantown Road)West end of KY 73 overlap
3.8046.122 KY 73 north (Morgantown Road)East end of KY 73 overlap
9.26914.917 US 31W (Bowling Green Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 623[edit]

Kentucky Route 623
Locationnear Fairfield-near Waterford
Length6.087 mi[10] (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][10][11]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Spencer County.

Locationmi[10]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 48 (Highgrove Road)Southern terminus
6.0879.796 KY 44 (Mt. Washington Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 624[edit]

Kentucky Route 624
LocationCerulean-near Bainbridge
Length5.064 mi[12][13] (8.150 km)

Kentucky Route 624 is a 5.064-mile-long (8.150 km) state highway in far northeastern Trigg County and far northwestern Christian County that runs from Kentucky Routes 124 and 126 in Cerulean to Kentucky Route 91 and Old Princeton Road southeast of Bainbridge.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[12][13]kmDestinationsNotes
TriggCerulean0.0000.000 KY 124 / KY 126 (Main Street)Western terminus
Christian5.0648.150 KY 91 (Princeton Road) / Old Princeton RoadEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 625[edit]

Kentucky Route 625
LocationBedford-Milton
Length12.215 mi[14] (19.658 km)

Kentucky Route 625 is a 5.064-mile-long (8.150 km) state highway in western Trimble County that runs to and from U.S. Route 421 via Mount Pleasant and Trout.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Trimble County.

Locationmi[14]kmDestinationsNotes
Bedford city line0.0000.000 US 421 (Main Street)Southern terminus
3.8096.130 KY 2869 west (Conner Ridge Road)Eastern terminus of KY 2869
Trout6.2099.992 KY 1838 south (Corn Creek Road)Northern terminus of KY 1838
11.99019.296 KY 1256 south (Liberty Road)Northern terminus of KY 1256
Milton12.21519.658 US 421Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 626[edit]

Kentucky Route 626
LocationBostonRockland
Length17.954 mi[15][16] (28.894 km)

Kentucky Route 626 is a 17.954-mile-long (28.894 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][15][16][17][18]

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[15][16]kmDestinationsNotes
Butler0.0000.000 KY 1153 (Berry's Lick Road / Sandy Creek Road)Western terminus
Davis Crossroads3.3805.440 KY 79 (Russellville Road)
7.87812.678 KY 1083 south (Sugar Grove Road)West end of KY 1083 overlap
8.05012.955 KY 1083 north (Sugar Grove Road)East end of KY 1083 overlap
Warren12.42219.991 KY 2632 east (Hammett Hill Road)Western terminus of KY 2632
14.46523.279 US 231 south (Morgantown Road)West end of US 231 overlap
15.53825.006 US 231 north (Morgantown Road) / Hadley School RoadEast end of US 231 overlap
16.04425.820 KY 6139 north (Clifty Hollow Road)Southern terminus of KY 6139
17.95428.894 KY 1435 (Barren River Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 628[edit]

Kentucky Route 628
Locationnear Ayers-Pleasant View
Length5.225 mi[19] (8.409 km)

Kentucky Route 628 is a 5.225-mile-long (8.409 km) state highway in southwestern Whitley County that runs from a dead end along Wolf Creek northeast of Ayres to U.S. Route 25W and Stringtown Road in Pleasant View.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Whitley County.

Locationmi[19]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000Dead endWestern terminus
4.3517.002 KY 2996 south (Wolf Creek River Road)Northern terminus of KY 2996
Pleasant View5.2258.409 US 25W / Stringtown RoadEastern terminus; continues as Stringtown Road beyond US 25W
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 629[edit]

Kentucky Route 629
Locationnear Fordsville
Length19.653 mi[20][21] (31.628 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 629 is a 19.653-mile-long (31.628 km) state highway in far eastern Ohio County and western Breckinridge County that runs from Kentucky Route 54 southeast of Fordsville to Kentucky Route 992 southeast of Mattingly via Rockvale.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[20][21]kmDestinationsNotes
Ohio0.0000.000 KY 54Southern terminus
Breckinridge14.01622.557 KY 261
19.65331.628 KY 992Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 630[edit]

Kentucky Route 630
Locationnear Manitou-Dixon
Length15.081 mi[22][23] (24.271 km)
Existed1987–present

Kentucky Route 630 is a 15.081-mile-long (24.271 km) state highway in northern Hopkins County and south central Webster County that runs from Kentucky Route 262 and John Hardy Road south of Manitou to Kentucky Route 132 on the eastern Dixon city line via Manitou and Vanderburg.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[22][23]kmDestinationsNotes
Hopkins0.0000.000 KY 262 east / John Hardy RoadSouthern terminus; western terminus of KY 262
0.5920.953 KY 1034 (Rose Creek Road)
Manitou2.0403.283
US 41 Alt. south (Nebo Road)
South end of US 41 Alt. overlap
2.2503.621
US 41 Alt. north (Nebo Road)
North end of US 41 Alt. overlap
Webster9.71315.632 KY 120 eastSouth end of KY 120 overlap
10.04616.167 KY 120 westNorth end of KY 120 overlap
Dixon city line15.08124.271 KY 132 (Leiper Street)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 631[edit]

Kentucky Route 631
Locationnear Short Creek
Length7.758 mi[24] (12.485 km)
Existed1993[25]–present

Kentucky Route 631 is a 15.081-mile-long (24.271 km) rural secondary state highway in Grayson County that runs to and from Kentucky Route 54 east and southeast of Short Creek via Duff.

Kentucky Route 633[edit]

Kentucky Route 633
Locationnear Coburg
Length1.689 mi[26] (2.718 km)

Kentucky Route 633 is a 1.689-mile-long (2.718 km) supplemental state highway in far northwestern Adair County that runs from Cane Valley Road at the Taylor County line to Kentucky Route 55 and Cane Valley Church Road south of Coburg.

Kentucky Route 634[edit]

Kentucky Route 634
Locationnear Spurlington-near Jessietown
Length2.808 mi[27][28] (4.519 km)

Kentucky Route 634 is a 2.808-mile-long (4.519 km) rural secondary state highway in far northern Taylor County and far southern Marion County that runs from Kentucky Route 744 northwest of Spurlington to Kentucky Route 289 southwest of Jessietown.

Kentucky Route 636[edit]

Kentucky Route 636
Locationnear Mount Eden–near Harrisonville
Length9.033 mi[29][10] (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][29][10][30][11]

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[10][29]kmDestinationsNotes
Spencer0.0000.000 KY 248 (Briar Ridge Road) / Van Buren RoadSouthern terminus; continues as Van Buren Road beyond KY 248
Mount Eden3.5665.739 KY 1795 west (Mill Road) / Marvin Nethery RoadEastern terminus of KY 1795
Shelby3.6205.826 KY 44 / KY 53 (Mt Eden Road)
9.03314.537 KY 395 (Waddy Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 638[edit]

Kentucky Route 638
LocationLondon-Manchester
Length27.729 mi[31][32] (44.625 km)

Kentucky Route 638 is a 27.729-mile-long (44.625 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Laurel County and western Clay County that runs from Kentucky Route 80 in eastern London to U.S. Route 421 and Kentucky Route 11 in far northern Manchester via McWhorter, Larue, Fogertown, and Grace.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[31][32]kmDestinationsNotes
LaurelLondon0.0000.000 KY 80 (East Fourth Street)Western terminus
0.7661.233 Hal Rogers Parkway – London, Hazard
3.2525.234 KY 586 south (Old Salem Road)Northern terminus of KY 586
8.61513.864 KY 578 west (McWhorter-Victory Road)West end of KY 578 overlap
McWhorter9.44915.207 KY 578 east (Terrells Creek Road)East end of KY 578 overlap
10.87217.497 KY 3435 south (Langnau Road)Northern terminus of KY 3435
13.68222.019 KY 472 west (Johnson Road)West end of KY 472 overlap
13.82522.249 KY 472 east (Johnson Road)East end of KY 472 overlap
ClayFogertown17.31027.858 KY 472 westWest end of KY 472 overlap
17.70228.489 KY 472 eastEast end of KY 472 overlap
21.35934.374 KY 3476 south (Grayfork Road)Northern terminus of KY 3476
24.96640.179 KY 3473 east (Island Creek-Sizemore Road)Western terminus of KY 3473
Manchester27.72944.625 US 421 / KY 11 (Richmond Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 639[edit]

Kentucky Route 639
Locationnear Shipley-near Snow

Kentucky Route 639 is a 27.729-mile-long (44.625 km) rural secondary highway in western Clinton County that runs from Kentucky Route 553 west of Shipley to Kentucky Route 734 northwest of Snow via Wago.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Clinton County.

Locationmi[33]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 553 (Wisdom Dock Road)Southern terminus
4.9587.979 KY 1590 (Burkesville Road)
8.07212.991 KY 90
8.46813.628 US 127
9.42815.173 KY 1553 northSouthern terminus of KY 1553
9.71415.633 KY 734Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 640[edit]

Kentucky Route 640
LocationSummer ShadeKnob Lick
Length16.723 mi[34] (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][34][35]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Metcalfe County.

Locationmi[34]kmDestinationsNotes
Summer Shade0.0000.000 KY 90 (Summer Shade Road)Southern terminus
5.4778.814 KY 1330 west (Kino Road)Eastern terminus of KY 1330
Randolph8.54613.753 KY 2387 south (Randolph-Goodluck Road)Northern terminus of KY 2387
8.67813.966 KY 861 east (Randolph Road)Western terminus of KY 861
10.61517.083 KY 3234 east (Old Glasgow Road)Western terminus of KY 3234
Wisdom11.05317.788 US 68 / KY 80 (Glasgow Road)
16.72326.913 KY 70 (Sulphur Well-Knob Lick Road) / KY 2435 west (McCandless Corner Road)Northern terminus; eastern terminus of KY 2435; continues as KY 2435 beyond KY 70
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 643[edit]

Kentucky Route 643
Locationnear Halls Gap-Crab Orchard

Kentucky Route 643 is a 16.723-mile-long (26.913 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Lincoln County that runs from U.S. Route 27 and Kentucky Route 1247 south of Halls Gap to Kentucky Route 39 in downtown Crab Orchard via Ottenheim.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Lincoln County.

Locationmi[36]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 US 27 south / KY 1247 (Somerset Road)Western terminus; west end of KY 1247 overlap
0.2400.386 KY 1247 northEast end of KY 1247 overlap
Ottenheim4.1996.758 KY 1948 southNorthern terminus of KY 1948
7.58712.210 KY 1781 west / Mount Olive Cemetery RoadEastern terminus of KY 1781
11.28118.155 KY 1770 westEastern terminus of KY 1770
11.33218.237 US 150
Crab Orchard12.18019.602 KY 39 (Main Street)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 646[edit]

Kentucky Route 646
LocationJeffersonville-near Mount Sterling
Length16.349 mi[37][38] (26.311 km)
Existed1987[39]–present

Kentucky Route 646 is a 16.349-mile-long (26.311 km) rural secondary highway in western Montgomery County and far southeastern Clark County that runs from Kentucky Route 213 in far southern Jeffersonville to Kentucky Route 713 southeast of Mount Sterling via Trimble and Bogy-Chennault.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[40][41]kmDestinationsNotes
MontgomeryJeffersonville0.0000.000 KY 213Southern terminus
Trimble2.2323.592 KY 3363 south (Sawmill Road) / Camargo-Levee RoadNorthern terminus of KY 3363
4.6197.434 KY 11 north (Levee Road)South end of KY 11 overlap
4.7317.614 KY 11 south (Levee Road)North end of KY 11 overlap
Clark7.83012.601 KY 1960 west (Kiddville Road)Eastern terminus of KY 1960
Montgomery12.14619.547 KY 11 south (Levee Road)South end of KY 11 overlap
12.51920.147 KY 11 north (Levee Road)North end of KY 11 overlap
14.53523.392 US 460 east (Camargo Road)South end of US 460 overlap
14.60423.503 US 460 west (Camargo Road)North end of US 460 overlap
16.34926.311 KY 713 (Spencer Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 648[edit]

Kentucky Route 648
Locationnear Millersburg
Length3.630 mi[42][43] (5.842 km)
Existed2012[44]–present

Kentucky Route 648 is a 3.630-mile-long (5.842 km) supplemental state highway in far northeastern Bourbon County and northwestern Nicholas County that runs from Kentucky Route 1879 to U.S. Route 68 north of Millersburg.

Kentucky Route 649[edit]

Kentucky Route 649
Locationnear Ault-near Ibex
Length3.630 mi[45] (5.842 km)
Existed1987[46]–present

Kentucky Route 649 is a 3.630-mile-long (5.842 km) state highway in northern Elliott County that runs from Kentucky Route 504 east of Ault to Mobley Flats Road and Ibex Post Office Road northeast of Ibex via Beartown and Stark.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Elliott County.

Locationmi[45]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 504Western terminus
8.77814.127 KY 504 northWest end of KY 504 overlap
9.12014.677 KY 504 southEast end of KY 504 overlap
11.67818.794Mobley Flats Road / Ibex Post Office RoadEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 650[edit]

Kentucky Route 650
Locationnear Lenox-near The Ridge
Length3.630 mi[47][48] (5.842 km)

Kentucky Route 650 is a 3.630-mile-long (5.842 km) rural secondary state highway in eastern Morgan County that runs from Kentucky Route 172 east of Lenox to Kentucky Route 755 southeast of The Ridge via Wells Creek, Bascom, and Faye.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[47][48]kmDestinationsNotes
Morgan0.0000.000 KY 172Southern terminus
Elliott8.56213.779 KY 7 northSouth end of KY 7 overlap
9.02114.518 KY 7 southNorth end of KY 7 overlap
11.50418.514 KY 755 (South Ruin Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 651[edit]

Kentucky Route 651
Locationnear Campton
Length2.207 mi[49] (3.552 km)

Kentucky Route 651 is a 2.207-mile-long (3.552 km) supplemental state highway in western Wolfe County that runs from a point along Sandy Ridge Road to Kentucky Route 15 southwest of Campton.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Wolfe County.

Locationmi[49]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000Sandy Ridge RoadSouthern terminus; continues beyond as Sandy Ridge Road
2.0203.251 KY 3355 east (Bear Pen Creek Road)Western terminus of KY 3355
2.2073.552 KY 15Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 652[edit]

Kentucky Route 652
LocationFairfield-near Taylorsville
Length6.623 mi[50][51] (10.659 km)

Kentucky Route 652 is a 6.623-mile-long (10.659 km) state highway in far northeastern Nelson County and southwestern Spencer County that runs from Kentucky Route 48 in downtown Fairfield to Kentucky Route 55 south of Taylorsville.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[50][51]kmDestinationsNotes
NelsonFairfield0.0000.000 KY 48 (Highgrove Road)Southern terminus
Spencer2.3383.763 KY 2885 north (Bowman Lane)Southern terminus of KY 2885
6.62310.659 KY 55 (Bloomfield Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 653[edit]

Kentucky Route 653
LocationSassafras Ridge
Length1.724 mi[52] (2.775 km)

Kentucky Route 653 is a 6.623-mile-long (10.659 km) rural secondary state highway in southwestern Fulton County that runs from Kentucky Route 94 and Cotton Gin Road to Ash Log Road and Davis Road near Sassafras Ridge.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Fulton County.

Locationmi[52]kmDestinationsNotes
Sassafras Ridge0.0000.000 KY 94 / Cotton Gin RoadSouthern terminus
0.0200.032 KY 971 southNorthern terminus of KY 971
1.7242.775Ash Log Road / Davis RoadNorthern terminus; continues as Davis Road beyond Ash Log Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 654[edit]

Kentucky Route 654
LocationTribune-near Mattoon
Length8.262 mi[53] (13.296 km)

Kentucky Route 654 is a 8.262-mile-long (13.296 km) rural secondary state highway in eastern Crittenden County that runs from Kentucky Route 120 at Tribune to Baker Hollow Road and Weston Road northwest of Mattoon via Mattoon.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Crittenden County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Tribune0.0000.000 KY 120Southern terminus
4.3446.991 US 60
5.2908.513 KY 1901 south (Seminary Loop Road)Northern terminus of KY 1901
8.26213.296Baker Hollow Road / Weston RoadNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 655[edit]

Kentucky Route 655
LocationWindyville
Length9.214 mi[54] (14.828 km)
Existed1968–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][54][55]

Kentucky Route 656[edit]

Kentucky Route 656
Locationnear Garrett.
Length1.463 mi[56] (2.354 km)

Kentucky Route 656 is a 1.463-mile-long (2.354 km) supplemental state highway in south central Meade County that runs from Kentucky Route 1238 to Kentucky Route 333 south of Garrett.

Kentucky Route 657[edit]

Kentucky Route 657
Locationnear Scythia-Lewisport
Length9.302 mi[57][58] (14.970 km)

Kentucky Route 657 is a 9.302-mile-long (14.970 km) rural secondary highway in far northeastern Daviess County and northwestern Hancock County that runs from Kentucky Route 1389 east of Scythia to Kentucky Route 334 and Pell Street in downtown Lewisport.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[57][58]kmDestinationsNotes
Daviess0.0000.000 KY 1389Southern terminus
Hancock2.4543.949 KY 662 westEastern terminus of KY 662
4.3136.941 KY 1403 southNorthern terminus of KY 1403
6.1069.827 KY 661 southNorthern terminus of KY 661
Lewisport8.31013.374 US 60 – Hawesville, Owensboro
9.30214.970 KY 334 (Pell Street / Fourth Street) / Pell StreetNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 659[edit]

Kentucky Route 659
Locationnear Mannsville
Length7.968 mi[59] (12.823 km)
Existed1987[60]–present

Kentucky Route 659 is a 7.968-mile-long (12.823 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Taylor County that runs from Kentucky Route 70 east of Mannsville to KY 70 again along with Kentucky Route 1752 southwest of Bass.

Kentucky Route 660[edit]

Kentucky Route 660
LocationLouisville-near Mt. Washington
Length3.087 mi[61][62] (4.968 km)

Kentucky Route 660 is a 3.087-mile-long (4.968 km) rural secondary highway in far southern Jefferson County and northeastern Bullitt County that runs from U.S. Route 31E to Kentucky Route 1319 north of Mt. Washington.

Kentucky Route 661[edit]

Kentucky Route 661
Locationnear Yelvington
Length2.846 mi[63][64] (4.580 km)

Kentucky Route 661 is a 2.846-mile-long (4.580 km) rural secondary highway in far northeastern Daviess County and far northwestern Hancock County that runs from Kentucky Route 662 to Kentucky Route 657 northeast of Yelvington.

Kentucky Route 662[edit]

Kentucky Route 662
LocationYelvington
Length5.231 mi[65][66] (8.418 km)

Kentucky Route 662 is a 5.231-mile-long (8.418 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Daviess County and far northwestern Hancock County that runs from Kentucky Route 405 in Yelvington to Kentucky Route 657 northeast of Yelvington.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
DaviessYelvington0.0000.000 KY 405Western terminus
3.6175.821 KY 661 northSouthern terminus of KY 661
Hancock5.2318.418 KY 657Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 663[edit]

Kentucky Route 663
Locationnear Adairville-near Auburn
Length19.985 mi[67] (32.163 km)

Kentucky Route 663 is a 19.985-mile-long (32.163 km) rural secondary state highway in southeastern Logan County that runs from U.S. Route 431 and Mortimer Road north of Adairville to Kentucky Route 103 south of Auburn via Schochoh andCorinth.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Logan County.

Locationmi[67]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 US 431 (Nashville Road) / Mortimer RoadSouthern terminus; continues as Mortimer Road beyond US 431
3.9076.288 KY 1308 south (Trimble Road)Northern terminus of KY 1308
Schochoh4.3797.047 KY 664 east (Sulphur Springs Road)South end of KY 664 overlap
4.4457.154 KY 664 west (Halls Store Road)North end of KY 664 overlap
10.65917.154 KY 100 west (Franklin Road)South end of KY 100 overlap
11.35418.272 KY 2369 north (Dennis-Corinth Road)Southern terminus of KY 2369
12.90120.762 KY 100 east (Franklin Road)North end of KY 100 overlap
19.98532.163 KY 103 (Logan-Middleton Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 664[edit]

Kentucky Route 664
Locationnear Oakville-near Franklin
Length14.894 mi[68][69] (23.970 km)

Kentucky Route 664 is a 14.894-mile-long (23.970 km) rural secondary state highway in southeastern Logan County and southwestern Simpson County that runs from U.S. Route 431 northeast of Oakville to Kentucky Route 383 southwest of Franklin via Schochoh and Neosheo.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[68][69]kmDestinationsNotes
Logan0.0000.000 US 431 (Nashville Road)Western terminus
Schochoh5.4058.699 KY 663 north (Corinth Road)West end of KY 663 overlap
5.4718.805 KY 663 south (Schochoh Road)East end of KY 663 overlap
7.29811.745 KY 765 south (Conn Road) / Ben Fugate RoadNorthern terminus of KY 765
Simpson9.73515.667 KY 665 north (George Taylor Road)Southern terminus of KY 665
Neosheo12.27719.758 KY 1885 west (Neosheo-Prices Mill Road)Eastern terminus of KY 1885
14.89423.970 KY 383 (Springfield Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 665[edit]

Kentucky Route 665
Locationnear Middleton
Length1.404 mi[70] (2.260 km)

Kentucky Route 665 is a 1.404-mile-long (2.260 km) rural secondary state highway in southwestern Simpson County that runs from Kentucky Route 664 to Kentucky Route 100 and George Taylor Road southeast of Middleton.

Kentucky Route 666[edit]

Kentucky Route 666
Locationnear Raleigh-near Chapman
Length1.404 mi[71] (2.260 km)

Kentucky Route 666 is a 1.404-mile-long (2.260 km) supplemental state highway in northern Union County that runs from Kentucky Route 871 northeast of Raleigh to Kentucky Route 130 north of Chapman.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Union County.

Locationmi[71]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 871Western terminus
3.9976.433 KY 360 westWest end of KY 360 overlap
4.2006.759 KY 360 eastEast end of KY 360 overlap
7.21511.611 KY 130 (Airline Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 667[edit]

Kentucky Route 667
LocationDekoven-near Raleigh
Length16.544 mi[72] (26.625 km)

Kentucky Route 667 is a 16.544-mile-long (26.625 km) supplemental state highway in western Union County that runs from Kentucky Routes 492 and 1508 in Dekoven to Kentucky Route 871 southeast of Raleigh via Curlew, Balckburn, and Raleigh.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Union County.

Locationmi[72]kmDestinationsNotes
Dekoven0.0000.000 KY 1508 / KY 492 northSouthern terminus; southern terminus of KY 492
5.7449.244 KY 668 eastWestern terminus of KY 668
11.21318.046 KY 56
16.54426.625 KY 871Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 668[edit]

Kentucky Route 668
Locationnear Henshaw
Length3.078 mi[73] (4.954 km)

Kentucky Route 668 is a 3.078-mile-long (4.954 km) supplemental state highway in northwestern Union County that runs from Kentucky Route 667 to Kentucky Route 109 northwest of Henshaw.

Kentucky Route 669[edit]

Kentucky Route 669
LocationWaverly-near Hitesville
Length3.078 mi[74] (4.954 km)

Kentucky Route 669 is a 3.078-mile-long (4.954 km) supplemental state highway in eastern Union County that runs from a point along East Market Street near St. Peter's Catholic Church in southeastern Waverly to Locust Lane and Yancy Greenwell Road southeast of Hitesville via Waverly.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Union County.

Locationmi[74]kmDestinationsNotes
Waverly0.0000.000East Market StreetSouthern terminus; continues as East Market Street beyond point
0.2380.383North Maple Street (KY 2094)
0.3370.542 US 60
2.5614.122Locust Lane / Yancy Greenwell RoadNorthern terminus; continues as Yancy Greenwell Road beyond Locust Lane
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 671[edit]

Kentucky Route 671
LocationOak Forest-near Maynard
Length4.570 mi[75] (7.355 km)

Kentucky Route 671 is a 3.078-mile-long (4.954 km) rural secondary state highway in southeastern Allen County that runs from Kentucky Route 100 at Oak Forest to Kentucky Route 98 southeast of Maynard.

Kentucky Route 672[edit]

Kentucky Route 672
Locationnear Cobb-near Dawson Springs
Length14.340 mi[76] (23.078 km)

Kentucky Route 672 is a 14.340-mile-long (23.078 km) supplemental state highway in southeastern Caldwell County that runs from Kentucky Routes 126 and 128 southwest of Cobb to U.S. Route 62 southwest of Dawson Springs via Cobb.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Caldwell County.

Locationmi[76]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 126 / KY 128 (Wallonia Road)Southern terminus
4.4107.097 KY 91 (Hopkinsville Road)
7.03311.319 KY 278 west (Sandlick Road)Eastern terminus of KY 278
12.75320.524Spillway Road (KY 2066 east)Western terminus of KY 2066
14.20222.856 KY 1627 west (Mt. Hebron Church Road)Eastern terminus of KY 1627
14.34023.078 US 62 (Dawson Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 674[edit]

Kentucky Route 674
Locationnear Parnell
Length4.205 mi[77] (6.767 km)
Existed1987[78]–present

Kentucky Route 674 is a 4.205-mile-long (6.767 km) rural secondary state highway in northwestern Wayne County that runs from a point along Bugwood Road to Kentucky Route 92 northwest of Parnell.

Kentucky Route 677[edit]

Kentucky Route 677
Locationnear Center-near Canmer
Length16.735 mi[79][80][81] (26.932 km)

Kentucky Route 677 is a 16.735-mile-long (26.932 km) rural secondary state highway in northwestern Metcalfe County, far northeastern Barren County, and TBA that runs from Kentucky Route 314 southwest of Center to U.S. Route 31E northeast of Canmer via Three Springs, Monroe, and Defries.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[79][80][81]kmDestinationsNotes
Metcalfe0.0000.000 KY 314 (Hiseville-Center Road)Southern terminus
Hart3.4355.528 KY 740 south (Hiseville-Park Road)South end of KY 740 overlap
HartThree Springs3.6375.853 KY 218 west (Legrande Highway)North end of KY 740 overlap; south end of KY 218 overlap; northern terminus of KY 740
4.0336.490 KY 218 east (Legrande Highway)North end of KY 218 overlap
Monroe8.84914.241 KY 88 (Hardyville Road)
10.17916.382 KY 1572 west (Rube Smith Road) / Dishman Cemetery RoadEastern terminus of KY 1572
15.49024.929 KY 1573 south (Hedgepeth Road)Northern terminus of KY 1573
16.73526.932 US 31E (North Jackson Highway)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 678[edit]

Kentucky Route 678
LocationAkersvilleRockbridge
Length23.026 mi[82] (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][82][83]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Monroe County.

Locationmi[82]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 87 (Akersville Road)Western terminus
3.6465.868 KY 2509 south (Deep Ford Road)Northern terminus of KY 2509
4.7227.599 KY 100 (Fountain Run Road)
Flippin5.3828.661 KY 249 (Flippin Lamb Road)
6.37610.261 KY 2468 east (Mud Lick Flippin Road)Western terminus of KY 2468
Mount Hermon13.89722.365 KY 63 south (Old Glasgow Road)West end of KY 63 overlap
13.91722.397 KY 63 north (Old Glasgow Road)East end of KY 63 overlap
17.52628.205 KY 2452 south (Sand Lick Road)Northern terminus of KY 2452
18.96730.524 KY 839 north (Sulphur Lick Road)West end of KY 839 overlap
19.31131.078 KY 839 south (Sulphur Lick Road)East end of KY 839 overlap
22.80536.701 KY 163Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 679[edit]

Kentucky Route 679
LocationDuckrun
Length3.081 mi[84][85] (4.958 km)

Kentucky Route 679 is a 3.081-mile-long (4.958 km) supplemental and rural secondary state highway in far eastern McCreary County and far western Whitley that runs from a point along New Liberty Road 0.5-mile (0.80 km) west of Bear Wallow School Road to Kentucky Route 478 at Duckrun.

Kentucky Route 681[edit]

Kentucky Route 681
Locationnear Cowan
Length2.828 mi[86] (4.551 km)

Kentucky Route 681 is a 2.828-mile-long (4.551 km) supplemental state highway in northwestern Fleming County that runs from Buchanan Road on the Nicholas County line to Kentucky Route 32 west of Cowan.

Kentucky Route 682[edit]

Kentucky Route 682
Locationnear Coburg-near Absher
Length3.943 mi[87] (6.346 km)

Kentucky Route 682 is a 3.943-mile-long (6.346 km) rural secondary state highway in northern Adair County that runs from Kentucky Route 55 southeast of Coburg to Kentucky Route 2971 northwest of Absher via Kellyville.

Kentucky Route 685[edit]

Kentucky Route 685
LocationBecktonCave City
Length13.040 mi[88] (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][88][89]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Barren County.

Locationmi[90]kmDestinationsNotes
Beckton0.0000.000 KY 1297 (Old Bowling Green Road)Southern terminus
2.4013.864 US 68 / KY 80 (Bowling Green Road)
5.0258.087 KY 2189 (Glasgow Road)
9.23014.854 KY 2143 westEastern terminus of KY 2143
9.36715.075 KY 90 (Happy Valley Road)
13.04020.986 KY 70 (Griderville Road) / Curd RoadNorthern terminus; continues as Curd Road beyond KY 70
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 687[edit]

Kentucky Route 687
Locationnear Langnau-Manchester
Length15.406 mi[91][92] (24.794 km)

Kentucky Route 687 is a 15.406-mile-long (24.794 km) rural secondary state highway in northeastern Laurel County and western Clay County that runs from Kentucky Route 472 southwest of Langnau to U.S. Route 421 and Kentucky Route 11 in downtown Manchester.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[91][92]kmDestinationsNotes
Laurel0.0000.000 KY 472 (Johnson Road)Western terminus
ClayGray Fork9.83115.821 KY 3476 north (Grayfork Road)Southern terminus of KY 3476
Manchester14.31223.033 KY 2076 south (Muddy Gap Road)Northern terminus of KY 2076
15.40624.794 US 421 / KY 11 (Richmond Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 688[edit]

Kentucky Route 688
LocationMarion-Crayne

Kentucky Route 688 was a 5.2-mile-long (8.4 km) rural secondary state highway in Crittenden County. It ran from US 641 and Kentucky Route 91 in Marion southwest via Chapel Hill Road to Reiters View Road, and turned east on Reiters View Road to US 641 and Kentucky Route 91 in Crayne. The highway was cancelled on May 14, 2002, and the road was given to Crittenden County.[93]

Kentucky Route 689[edit]

Kentucky Route 689
LocationFlatgap
Length11.272 mi[94] (18.141 km)

Kentucky Route 689 is a 11.272-mile-long (18.141 km) rural secondary state highway in northwestern Johnson County that runs from Kentucky Route 172 to Kentucky Route 1092 around and through Flatgap.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Johnson County.

Locationmi[94]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 172Southern terminus
6.60710.633 KY 172 eastSouth end of KY 172 overlap
6.66710.729 KY 172 westNorth end of KY 172 overlap
Flatgap7.82912.600 KY 1092 eastSouth end of KY 1092 overlap
7.96012.810 KY 1092 westNorth end of KY 1092 overlap
9.34715.043 KY 1624 northSouthern terminus of KY 1624
11.27218.141 KY 1092Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 690[edit]

Kentucky Route 690
LocationWestview-Corners
Length18.941 mi[95] (30.483 km)

Kentucky Route 690 is a 18.941-mile-long (30.483 km) rural secondary state highway in eastern Breckinridge County that runs from Kentucky Routes 79 and 259 in southern Westview to Kentucky Route 333 and Rosetta-Corners Road at Corners via Se Ree, Fairfield, and Custer.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Breckinridge County.

Locationmi[95]kmDestinationsNotes
Westview0.0000.000 KY 79 / KY 259Western terminus
13.50921.741 KY 1073 west (Locust Hill-Buras-Custer Road) / John Kennedy RoadEastern terminus of KY 1073
Custer14.42523.215 KY 86
Corners18.94130.483 KY 333 (Bewleyville-Big Spring Road) / Rosetta-Corners RoadEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 691[edit]

Kentucky Route 691
Locationnear Ellington-near Burkesville
Length7.802 mi[96] (12.556 km)

Kentucky Route 691 is a 7.802-mile-long (12.556 km) rural secondary state highway in central Cumberland County that runs from a dead end southwest of Ellington to Kentucky Route 90 west of Burkesville via Arat and Leslie.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Cumberland County.

Locationmi[96]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000Dead endWestern terminus
Arat2.7794.472 KY 1205 north (Arat Road)Southern terminus of KY 1205
7.80212.556 KY 90 (Glasgow Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 692[edit]

Kentucky Route 692
Locationnear Somerset-near Shopville
Length6.471 mi[97] (10.414 km)

Kentucky Route 692 is a 6.471-mile-long (10.414 km) rural secondary state highway in east central Pulaski County that runs from Kentucky Route 192 east of Somerset to Kentucky Route 80 and Shopville Road southwest of Shopville via Grundy.

Kentucky Route 696[edit]

Kentucky Route 696
Locationnear Albany-near Windy

Kentucky Route 696 is a 6.471-mile-long (10.414 km) rural secondary state highway in southeastern Clinton County and TBA that runs from U.S. Route 127 Business southeast of Albany to Kentucky Route 1009 northwest of Windy via Savage and Gapcreek.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[98][99]kmDestinationsNotes
Clinton0.0000.000
US 127 Bus.
Southern terminus
1.7222.771 KY 1775 northSouthern terminus of KY 1775
2.8424.574 KY 1076 southNorthern terminus of KY 1076
3.0784.954 KY 415 south (Rolan Road)South end of KY 415 overlap
3.6935.943 KY 415 northNorth end of KY 415 overlap
Wayne
No major junctions
Clinton
No major junctions
Wayne10.60917.074 KY 1009Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 697[edit]

Kentucky Route 697
Locationnear Tilton-near Flemingsburg
Length7.910 mi[100] (12.730 km)

Kentucky Route 697 is a 7.910-mile-long (12.730 km) rural secondary state highway in southwestern Fleming County that runs from Kentucky Route 1336 south of Tilton to Kentucky Route 32 southeast of Flemingsburg via Bald Hill.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Fleming County.

Locationmi[100]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 1336 (Days Mill Road)Southern terminus
2.7644.448 KY 2510 east (Bald Hill Road)Western terminus of KY 2510
Bald Hill4.9938.035 KY 156 (Poplar Plains Road)
7.91012.730 KY 32Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 698[edit]

Kentucky Route 698
Locationnear Mount Salem-near Stanford
Length13.153 mi[101][102] (21.168 km)

Kentucky Route 698 is a 13.153-mile-long (21.168 km) rural secondary state highway in eastern Casey County and southwestern Lincoln County that runs from Kentucky Route 198 southwest of Mount Salem to U.S. Route 27 south of Stanford via New Salem, Geneva, Jumbo, and Miracle.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[101][102]kmDestinationsNotes
Casey0.0000.000 KY 198 (Middleburg Road)Western terminus
Lincoln4.0006.437 KY 1778 eastWest end of KY 1778 overlap
Geneva5.2488.446 KY 1778 west (Geneva-McKinney Road)East end of KY 1778 overlap
10.69917.218 KY 3249 eastWestern terminus of KY 3249
13.15321.168 US 27 (Somerset Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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