Time is running out for Kentuckians to share opinions and make their voices heard in a Kentucky Transportation Cabinet initiative to update the Long Range Transportation Plan of the Commonwealth.
Members of the public have until Feb. 25 to take a brief, confidential survey designed to gauge opinion on Kentucky’s transportation system and what it should offer in decades to come.
To date, more than 8,200 people have taken the “Your Turn” survey, which is offered online and also in paper form. Twenty-eight people in LaRue County have responded, according to the Cabinet.
The survey consists of 19 questions concerning demographics, transportation needs and desires and funding options. Public input will be used to gauge the expectations of those who travel the state and to plan for the future transportation system.
In addition to the survey, the updated plan will consider changes in communities, freight movement, financial resources, economic development, rural and urban transportation, the environment and other transportation issues.
A link to the survey and other transportation information can be found at www.transportation.ky.gov or yourturn.transportation.ky.gov.
Paper surveys are available at KYTC highway district offices, Area Development District offices, Metropolitan Planning Organization offices and Transportation Cabinet Office Building, 200 Mero St., Frankfort.
Call 502-564-3419 for information or to request a survey.