List of Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (700–799)

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Kentucky supplemental roads and rural secondary highways (700–799)
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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 700[edit]

Kentucky Route 700
LocationBig South Fork National River and Recreation Area-near Honeybee
Length16.539 mi[2] (26.617 km)

Kentucky Route 700 is a 16.539-mile-long (26.617 km) rural secondary state highway in central McCreary County that runs from a boat ramp along the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River in the northern portion of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area to Kentucky Route 90 south of Honeybee via Marshes Siding.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in McCreary County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area0.0000.000Boat rampWestern terminus
Marshes Siding4.9728.002 KY 1651
5.4878.830 US 27
7.32811.793 KY 3253 west (Jennys Branch Road)Eastern terminus of KY 3253
16.41026.409 KY 1045 west (Beulah Heights Road)Eastern terminus of KY 1045
16.53926.617 KY 90 (Cumberland Falls Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 701[edit]

Kentucky Route 701
Locationnear Smith Town-Whitley City
Length1.006 mi[2] (1.619 km)

Kentucky Route 701 (KY 701) is a 1.006-mile-long (1.619 km) rural secondary state highway in central McCreary County that runs from Kentucky Route 92 east of Smith Town to Kentucky Route 1651 southwest of Whitley City.

Kentucky Route 702[edit]

Kentucky Route 702
Locationnear Little Sandy
Length2.855 mi[3] (4.595 km)

Kentucky Route 702 (KY 702) is a 2.855-mile-long (4.595 km) supplemental state highway in southwestern Elliott County that runs from a point along Neal Howard Creek Road southwest of Little Sandy to Kentucky Route 7 at Little Sandy.

Kentucky Route 703[edit]

Kentucky Route 703
LocationClinton-near Nichols
Length8.396 mi[4] (13.512 km)

Kentucky Route 703 (KY 703) is a 8.396-mile-long (13.512 km) state highway in central Hickman County that runs from U.S. Route 51 in northern Clinton to Kentucky Route 307 and O'Neal Road north of Nichols.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Hickman County.

Locationmi[4]kmDestinationsNotes
Clinton0.0000.000 US 51 (North Washington Street)Western terminus
0.0650.105North Waterfield Drive Street (KY 1731 south)Northern terminus of KY 1731
0.8281.333 KY 2206 northSouthern terminus of KY 2206
3.9946.428 KY 1362 northSouthern terminus of KY 1362
5.6699.123 KY 288 west / Binford RoadEastern terminus of KY 288
8.39613.512 KY 307 / O'Neal RoadEastern terminus; continues as O'Neal Road beyond KY 307
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 704[edit]

Kentucky Route 704
Locationnear Burkesville-near Columbia
Length24.176 mi[5][6] (38.908 km)

Kentucky Route 704 (KY 704) is a 24.176-mile-long (38.908 km) rural secondary state highway in northeastern Cumberland County and southern Adair County that runs from Kentucky Route 61 north of Burkesville to Kentucky Route 55 south of Columbia via Amandaville and Fairplay.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Cumberland0.0000.000 KY 61 (Columbia Road) – Burkesville, ColumbiaSouthern terminus
2.3063.711 KY 912 east (Bakerton Road)Western terminus of KY 912
Adair18.36029.548 KY 768 westSouth end of KY 768 overlap
Fairplay19.19030.883 KY 768 east (Glens Fork Road)North end of KY 768 overlap
24.17638.908 KY 55Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 705[edit]

Kentucky Route 705
LocationSalem-near Bonny
Length24.176 mi[7] (38.908 km)

Kentucky Route 705 (KY 705) is a 24.176-mile-long (38.908 km) rural secondary state highway in southwestern Morgan County that runs from Kentucky Route 844 at Salem to Kentucky Route 772 northwest of Bonny via Nickell, Grassy Creek, and Woodsbend.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Morgan County.

Locationmi[7]kmDestinationsNotes
Salem0.0000.000 KY 844 (Buskirk-Stacy Fork Road / Salem Church Road)Southern terminus
2.2693.652 KY 205
Grassy Creek4.7527.648 US 460
7.59312.220 KY 3345 west (Lower Long Branch Road)Eastern terminus of KY 3345
13.88322.343 KY 772Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 706[edit]

Kentucky Route 706
LocationCrockett-near Green
Length15.087 mi[7][8] (24.280 km)

Kentucky Route 706 (KY 706) is a 15.087-mile-long (24.280 km) rural secondary state highway in northeastern Morgan County and southern Elliott County that runs from Kentucky Route 172 in Crockett to Kentucky Route 7 northeast of Green via Eldridge, and Isonville.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[7][8]kmDestinationsNotes
MorganCrockett0.0000.000 KY 172Southern terminus
ElliottIsonville6.88411.079 KY 32 westSouth end of KY 32 overlap
7.00011.265 KY 32 eastNorth end of KY 32 overlap
15.08724.280 KY 7Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 707[edit]

Kentucky Route 707
Locationnear Fallsburg-Buchanan
Length9.757 mi[9] (15.702 km)

Kentucky Route 707 (KY 707) is a 9.757-mile-long (15.702 km) rural secondary state highway in northeastern Lawrence County that runs from Kentucky Route 3 northwest of Fallsburg to U.S. Route 23 at Buchanan.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Lawrence County.

Locationmi[9]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 3Southern terminus
3.8206.148 KY 3399 northSouthern terminus of KY 3399
8.16013.132 KY 1937 northSouthern terminus of KY 1937
Buchanan9.75715.702 US 23 (Louisa Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 708[edit]

Kentucky Route 708
LocationLerose-near Fillmore
Length13.024 mi[10][11] (20.960 km)

Kentucky Route 708 (KY 708) is a 13.024-mile-long (20.960 km) rural secondary state highway in northeastern Owsley County and eastern Lee County that runs from Kentucky Route 30 in Lerose to Spencer Bend Road on the Breathitt County line northeast of Fillmore via Lone, Tallega, Canyon Falls, and Fillmore.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[10][11]kmDestinationsNotes
OwsleyLerose0.0000.000 KY 30Southern terminus
0.2420.389 KY 1717 eastWestern terminus of KY 1717
LeeTallega6.28210.110 KY 52 east / C Drake RoadSouth end of KY 52 overlap
8.11713.063 KY 52 westNorth end of KY 52 overlap
11.37118.300 KY 2017 westEastern terminus of KY 2017
LeeBreathitt
county line
13.02420.960Spencer Bend RoadNorthern terminus; continues as Spencer Bend Road beyond county line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 711[edit]

Kentucky Route 711
Locationnear Redwine-near Wyett
Length13.984 mi[12][13] (22.505 km)

Kentucky Route 711 (KY 711) is a 13.984-mile-long (22.505 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Morgan County and northwestern Elliott County that runs from Redwine Road and Clevitt Branch Road east of Redwine to Kentucky Route 173 on the Rowan County line northwest of Wyett via Redwine, Wrigley, Leisure, Oak Hill, and Blairs Mills.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[12][13]kmDestinationsNotes
Morgan0.0000.000Redwine Road / Clevitt Branch RoadSouthern terminus; continues as Clevitt Branch Road beyond Redwine Road
Wrigley2.9144.690 KY 7
4.8007.725 KY 3240 west (Blaze Road)Eastern terminus of KY 3240
ElliottRowan
county line
13.98422.505 KY 173Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 712[edit]

Kentucky Route 712
LocationLaGrange-Jericho
Length4.998 mi[14][15] (8.044 km)

Kentucky Route 712 (KY 712) is a 4.998-mile-long (8.044 km) rural secondary state highway in eastern Oldham County and western Henry County that runs from Kentucky Route 146 in northeastern LaGrange to Kentucky Route 153 in northern Jericho via Tarascon.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[14][15]kmDestinationsNotes
OldhamLaGrange0.0000.000 KY 146 (East Jefferson Street)Western terminus
0.2280.367 KY 2853 west (Jericho Road)Eastern terminus of KY 2853
Henry4.0616.536 KY 3320 north (Mt. Olivet Road)Southern terminus of KY 3320
Jericho4.9988.044 KY 153 (Lake Jericho Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 714[edit]

Kentucky Route 714
LocationSouthville–near Clay Village
Length8.733 mi[16] (14.054 km)

Kentucky Route 714 is a 8.733-mile-long (14.054 km) rural secondary highway in southeastern Shelby County. The highway begins at a four-legged intersection in the village of Southville. KY 44 heads south along Mount Eden Road and west along Southville Pike, KY 53 heads north along Mount Eden Road, and KY 714 heads east along Hempridge Road. KY 714 meets the eastern end of KY 2866 (Woodlawn Road) and curves north to Hemp Ridge, where the route crosses a tributary of Guist Creek and an R.J. Corman Railroad Group line. The highway crosses over I-64 with no access and meets the eastern end of KY 1790 (Hooper Station Road) near Hooper before reaching its northern terminus at US 60 (Frankfort Road) south of Guist Creek Lake and west of Clay Village.[1][16][17]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Shelby County.

Locationmi[16]kmDestinationsNotes
Southville0.0000.000 KY 44 (Southville Pike) / KY 53 (Mount Eden Road)Southern terminus
3.7686.064 KY 2866 west (Woodlawn Road)Eastern terminus of KY 2866
7.30611.758 KY 1790 west (Hooper Station Road)Eastern terminus of KY 1790
8.73314.054 US 60 (Frankfort Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 718[edit]

Kentucky Route 718
LocationDewitt-near Erose
Length10.813 mi[18] (17.402 km)

Kentucky Route 718 is a 10.813-mile-long (17.402 km) rural secondary state highway in eastern Knox County that runs from Kentucky Route 223 and Walker Road at Dewitt to Paint Gap Branch Road and Pigeon Fork Road northeast of Erose via Walker and Erose.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Knox County.

Locationmi[18]kmDestinationsNotes
Dewitt0.0000.000 KY 223 (Stinking Creek Road) / Walker RoadSouthern terminus
2.0363.277 KY 223 south (Stinking Creek Road)Northern terminus of KY 223
10.81317.402Paint Gap Branch Road / Pigeon Fork RoadNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 719[edit]

Kentucky Route 719
Locationnear Elkfork-Fannin
Length6.591 mi[19] (10.607 km)

Kentucky Route 719 is a 6.591-mile-long (10.607 km) rural secondary state highway in southern Elliott County that runs from Laurel Fork Road at the Morgan County line north of Elkfork to Kentucky Route 32 at Fannin.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Elliott County.

Locationmi[19]kmDestinationsNotes
Morgan Conuty line0.0000.000Laurel Fork RoadSouthern terminus; continues as Laurel Fork Road beyond county line
5.2718.483 KY 1208 southNorthern terminus of KY 1208
6.52710.504 KY 1621 south (Brier Fork Road)Northern terminus of KY 1621
Fannin6.59110.607 KY 32Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 720[edit]

Kentucky Route 720
Locationnear Tar Hill-Sonora
Length25.832 mi[20][21] (41.573 km)

Kentucky Route 720 is a 25.832-mile-long (41.573 km) rural secondary state highway in northern Grayson County and southern Hardin County that runs from Mt. Hebron Road, Floyd Clark Road, and St. Paul Road northeast of Tar Hill to Kentucky Route 84 in southern Sonora via Tar Hill, Saint Paul, Big Clifty, Lacon, Spurrier, and Flint Hill.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[20][21]kmDestinationsNotes
Grayson0.0000.000Mt. Hebron Road / Floyd Clark Road / St. Paul RoadWestern terminus; continues as St. Paul Road beyond Mt. Hebron Road and Floyd Clark Road
Tar Hill2.1603.476 KY 920 (Salt River Road)
5.8439.403 US 62 west (Elizabethtown Road)West end of US 62 overlap
Big Clifty6.82010.976 US 62 east (Elizabethtown Road) / Hughes Mill RoadEast end of US 62 overlap
10.61417.082 KY 1168 north (Summit Road)Northern terminus of KY 1168
Hardin16.90527.206 KY 1866 north (Copelin Road)Southern terminus of KY 1866
Flint Hill19.07830.703 KY 2800 south (Cash Road)Northern terminus of KY 2800
20.91033.651 KY 1921 south (Upton-Melrose Road) / Hornback LaneNorthern terminus of KY 1921
22.14535.639 KY 1868 north (New Glendale Road)Southern terminus of KY 1868
Sonora25.83241.573 KY 84 (East Western Avenue / Main Street)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 721[edit]

Kentucky Route 721
Locationnear Cordia-Fisty
Length6.6 mi[22] (10.6 km)

Kentucky Route 721 is a 6.6-mile-long (10.6 km) rural secondary state highway in western Knott County that runs from Kentucky Route 1088 southeast of Cordia to Kentucky Route 550 at Fisty via Ritchie.

Kentucky Route 722[edit]

Kentucky Route 722
Locationnear Rogers
Length4.332 mi[23] (6.972 km)

Kentucky Route 722 is a 4.332-mile-long (6.972 km) rural secondary state highway in east central Logan County that runs from Kentucky Route 1588 to U.S. Route 68 in and around Rogers.

Kentucky Route 723[edit]

Kentucky Route 723
LocationPinckneyville-Tolu
Length18.257 mi[24][25] (29.382 km)

Kentucky Route 723 is a 18.257-mile-long (29.382 km) rural secondary state highway in eastern Livingston County and northwestern Crittenden County that runs from Haynes Park Road and a boat ramp on the Cumberland River in Pinckneyville to Kentucky Route 135 and School Avenue in southern Tolu via Salem and Irma.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[24][25]kmDestinationsNotes
LivingstonPinckneyville0.0000.000Haynes Park Road / boat rampSouthern terminus; continues as boat ramp beyond Haynes Park Road
4.5557.331 KY 1433 west (Cedar Grove Road)Eastern terminus of KY 1433
Salem5.6359.069 US 60 / KY 133 (Main Street)
Crittenden13.17021.195 KY 838 west (Lola Road)Eastern terminus of KY 838
14.49723.331 KY 297 south / Irma-White RoadSouth end of KY 297 overlap
15.52024.977 KY 297 northNorth end of KY 297 overlap
Tolu18.25729.382 KY 135 / School AvenueNorthern terminus; continues as School Avenue beyond KY 135
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 724[edit]

Kentucky Route 724
Locationnear Future City-near Grahamville
Length3.249 mi[26] (5.229 km)

Kentucky Route 724 is a 3.249-mile-long (5.229 km) rural secondary and supplemental state highway in west central McCracken County that runs from Kentucky Route 3520 northeast of Future City to Kentucky Route 358 southeast of Grahamville.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in McCracken County.

Locationmi[26]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 3520 (Old Highway 60)Southern terminus
0.2780.447 US 60
0.9831.582 KY 725 south (Woodville Road)South end of KY 725 overlap
1.6602.672 KY 725 north (Woodville Road)North end of KY 725 overlap
3.2495.229 KY 358 (Ogden Landing Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 725[edit]

Kentucky Route 725
LocationWest Paducah-near Rossington
Length11.341 mi[26] (18.252 km)

Kentucky Route 725 is a 11.341-mile-long (18.252 km) rural secondary state highway in northwestern McCracken County that runs from Kentucky Route 305 at West Paducah to Kentucky Route 358 west of Rossington via Maxon Crossing, Heath, Cimota City, and Woodville.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in McCracken County.

Locationmi[26]kmDestinationsNotes
West Paducah0.0000.000 KY 305 (Cairo Road)Southern terminus
1.3192.123 KY 724 south (Steele Road)South end of KY 724 overlap
1.9963.212 KY 724 north (Bradford Road)North end of KY 724 overlap
Heath2.6604.281 KY 996 (Metropolis Lake Road)
3.5975.789 KY 726 south (Kelley Road)Northern terminus of KY 726
4.6177.430 KY 1154 south (Hobbs Road)Northern terminus of KY 1154
5.7889.315 KY 995 south (Rice Springs Road) / Old Riceville RoadNorthern terminus of KY 995
Cimota City6.37910.266 KY 1321 north (Bethel Church Road) / Bethel Church RoadSouthern terminus of KY 1321
Woodville7.12811.471 KY 2532 south (Apperson Road) / Park LaneNorthern terminus of KY 2532
7.59512.223 KY 473 (Woodville Road / New Liberty Church Road)
11.34118.252 KY 358 (Ogden Landing Road) / New Liberty Church RoadNorthern terminus; continues as New Liberty Church Road beyond KY 358
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 726[edit]

Kentucky Route 726
Locationnear Lovelaceville-near Heath
Length6.441 mi[26] (10.366 km)

Kentucky Route 726 is a 6.441-mile-long (10.366 km) rural secondary and supplemental state highway in western McCracken County that runs from U.S. Route 62 northeast of Lovelaceville to Kentucky Route 725 west of Heath via West Future City.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in McCracken County.

Locationmi[26]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 US 62 (Blandville Road)Southern terminus
0.4320.695 KY 1322 east (Harris Road)Western terminus of KY 1322
1.2001.931 KY 286
4.2156.783 KY 996 north (Old Hinkleville Road)South end of KY 996 overlap
4.2736.877 KY 996 south (Old Hinkleville Road)North end of KY 996 overlap
West Future City4.7387.625 KY 3520 (Old Highway 60)
5.0008.047 US 60
6.44110.366 KY 725 (Woodville Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 729[edit]

Kentucky Route 729
Locationnear Liletown-near Pierce
Length5.245 mi[27] (8.441 km)

Kentucky Route 729 is a 5.245-mile-long (8.441 km) rural secondary state highway in southwestern Green County that runs from U.S. Route 68 south of Liletown to Kentucky Route 218 southwest of Pierce.

Kentucky Route 730[edit]

Kentucky Route 730
LocationLamascoEddyville
Length11.784 mi[28] (18.965 km)

Kentucky Route 730 is an 11.784-mile-long (18.965 km) rural secondary highway in eastern Lyon County. The highway begins at KY 903 north of Lamasco. KY 730 heads northwest and crosses Sand Hollow Creek and the Eddy Creek arm of Lake Barkley. The highway meets the eastern end of KY 818 before crossing Glass Creek at its junction with KY 293 at Saratoga. KY 730 runs concurrently with KY 293 west to the latter route's terminus at KY 93. Along the way, the routes have two junctions with KY 818 and a diamond interchange with I-24. At the KY 93–KY 293 junction, KY 730 also meets the eastern end of KY 1055. KY 730 heads north along KY 93 and splits west at the south city limit of Eddyville. The highway meets the western end of KY 1055 shortly before the highway reaches Lake Barkley, where the highway turns onto Water Street, which passes between the lake and the Kentucky State Penitentiary, to its terminus at a dead end.[1][28][29]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Lyon County.

Locationmi[28]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 903Southern terminus
5.521–
5.558
8.885–
8.945
KY 818 north (Old Saratoga-Gray Farm Road)Southern terminus of KY 818
Saratoga6.1279.860 KY 293 northSouth end of KY 293 overlap
7.89212.701 KY 818 south (Old Saratoga-Gray Farm Road)South end of KY 818 overlap
8.03112.925 KY 818 northNorth end of KY 818 overlap
8.239–
8.291
13.259–
13.343
I-24 – Paducah, NashvilleI-24 exit 45
8.59913.839 KY 93 south / KY 1055 westNorth end of KY 293 overlap; south end of KY 93 overlap; southern terminus of KY 293; eastern terminus of KY 1055
8.94114.389 KY 6017 north / Ausenbaugh RoadSouthern terminus of KY 6017
9.19714.801 KY 93 north – EddyvilleNorth end of KY 93 overlap
Eddyville10.74617.294 KY 1055 eastWestern terminus of KY 1055
11.78418.965Dead endNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 731[edit]

Kentucky Route 731
LocationPaducah
Length1.579 mi[30] (2.541 km)

Kentucky Route 731 is an 1.579-mile-long (2.541 km) rural secondary state highway in western downtown Paducah that runs from U.S. Routes 45 and 62 to U.S. Route 60 and Downs Drive.

Kentucky Route 732[edit]

Kentucky Route 732
Locationnear Van Cleave-near Boatwright
Length9.571 mi[31] (15.403 km)

Kentucky Route 732 is an 9.571-mile-long (15.403 km) rural secondary state highway in eastern Calloway County that runs from Kentucky Route 94 and Todd Road to Waterview Lane and Richard Lane along Kentucky Lake east of Boatwright.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Calloway County.

Locationmi[31]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 94 / Todd RoadWestern terminus; continues as Todd Road beyond KY 94
4.7307.612 KY 1346 east (Russell Drive)West end of KY 1346 overlap
5.2058.377 KY 1346 west (Liberty Road)East end of KY 1346 overlap
7.55812.163 KY 972 north (Snipe Creek Drive)Southern terminus of KY 972
9.57115.403Waterview Lane / Richard LaneEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 733[edit]

Kentucky Route 733
Locationnear Lebanon Junction-Cravens
Length17.774 mi[32][33] (28.604 km)

Kentucky Route 733 is an 17.774-mile-long (28.604 km) rural secondary state highway in southeastern Bullitt County and western Nelson County that runs from Kentucky Route 61 northeast of Lebanon Junction to U.S. Route 62 at Cravens west of Bardstown via Bellwood.

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[32][33]kmDestinationsNotes
Bullitt0.0000.000 KY 61 (Preston Highway)Western terminus
Nelson6.72910.829 US 62 (Boston Road)
Cravens17.77428.604 US 62 (Boston Road)Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 734[edit]

Kentucky Route 734
Locationnear Snow-near Ida
Length4.632 mi[34] (7.454 km)

Kentucky Route 734 is an 4.632-mile-long (7.454 km) rural secondary state highway in north central Clinton County that runs from U.S. Route 127 and Kentucky Route 90 north of Snow to US 127 again northwest of Ida via Seventy Six.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Clinton County.

Locationmi[34]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 US 127 / KY 90 – Albany, Monticello, BurkesvilleSouthern terminus
0.1360.219 KY 3062 east (Seventy Six Falls Road)Western terminus of KY 3062
0.9691.559 KY 639 southNorthern terminus of KY 639
2.6564.274 KY 1266 northSouthern terminus of KY 1266
3.7876.095 KY 1553 southNorthern terminus of KY 1553
4.6327.454 US 127 – Jamestown, AlbanyNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 736[edit]

Kentucky Route 736
Locationnear Caneyville-near Falling Branch
Length20.045 mi[35] (32.259 km)

Kentucky Route 736 is an 20.045-mile-long (32.259 km) rural secondary state highway in western and northern Grayson County that runs from Kentucky Route 79 and Lawrence Hayes Road southwest of Caneyville to Kentucky Route 110 south of Falling Branch via Do Stop, Spring Lick, and Yeaman.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Grayson County.

Locationmi[35]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000 KY 79 (Morgantown Road) / Lawrence Hayes RoadSouthern terminus; continues as Lawrence Hayes Road beyond KY 79
Do Stop2.8824.638 US 62 (Beaver Dam Road)
11.23918.087 KY 54 westSouth end of KY 54 overlap
11.57118.622 KY 54 eastNorth end of KY 54 overlap
17.13327.573 KY 79 (Falls of Rough Road)
20.04532.259 KY 110 (Blue Bird Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kentucky Route 740[edit]

Kentucky Route 740
LocationGlasgowPark
Length13.807 mi[36] (22.220 km)

Kentucky Route 740 is a 13.807-mile-long (22.220 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Barren County. The highway begins at US 68 and KY 80, which run concurrently on Edmonton Road, just east of the city of Glasgow. KY 740 heads northeast along Coral Hill Road, which crosses Beaver Creek and meets the western end of KY 2131 (French Mill Road) at Coral Hill. The highway parallels and crosses Duff Branch and intersects KY 70 (Hiseville Main Street) in Hiseville. KY 740 continues northeast along Hiseville–Park Road, which crosses Blue Spring Creek and intersects KY 571 (Seymour–Park Road) at Park. The highway parallels the Barren–Metcalfe county line to its terminus at KY 677 at the Barren–Hart county line very close to the Barren–Metcalfe–Hart county tripoint. KY 677 heads north onto Hart County and southeast into Metcalfe County.[1][36][37]

Kentucky Route 742[edit]

Kentucky Route 742
LocationBig South Fork NRRARevelo
Length5.109 mi[38] (8.222 km)

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

Kentucky Route 743[edit]

Kentucky Route 743
LocationTuckertownPig
Length12.914 mi[40][41] (20.783 km)

Kentucky Route 743 is a 12.914-mile-long (20.783 km) rural secondary highway in northeastern Warren County and southern Edmonson County. The highway begins at US 31W (Louisville Road) west of Tuckertown. KY 743 follows Boiling Springs Road, which heads northwest to its junction with KY 2630 (Fairview Boiling Springs Road) then heads north toward the Warren–Edmonson county line. The highway crosses Little Beaverdam Creek south of the county line and meets the eastern end of KY 1749 (Wingfield Church Road). KY 743 continues along Chalybeate School Road, which turns east toward Chalybeate. The highway crosses Alexander Creek, meets the northern end of KY 2326 (Otter Gap Road), and meets the southern end of KY 3611 just west of its northern intersection with KY 101 (Chalybeate Road) south of Chalybeate. KY 743 runs concurrently south with KY 101, then the former highway turns east onto New Grove Road. The highway crosses Beaverdam Creek on its way to its end at KY 422 (Pig Road) south of Pig.[1][40][41][42][43]

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