Phone: 304-523-7434
Fax: 304-529-7229

400 Third Avenue
P.O. Box 939
Huntington, West Virginia 25712

Chairman
Robert E. Pasley

Executive Director
Chris Chiles



Public Comments

KYOVA Interstate Planning Commission is seeking public input on a Traffic Safety Study for Cabell and Wayne counties in West Virginia. Consultants with Burgess & Niple are working with local municipalities in Cabell and Wayne counties to develop the study to address safety on public roads for vehicles and pedestrians. We would like your feedback on specific recommended improvements for intersections and roadways. The public open house will take place on Thursday, January 30, 2020 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at KYOVA Interstate Planning Commission located at 400 Third Avenue Huntington, WV 25701.

Boyd-Greenup County Small Urban Area Study

Transportation engineers are studying safety and future traffic needs along state highways in the Ashland-Greenup urban area of northeast Kentucky and would like your input. The study’s focus is on safety and traffic congestion issues on state-maintained roadways and chosen local routes in a 50-square-mile urbanized area that includes the US-23 corridor between Catlettsburg and Greenup, downtown Ashland, and along the US-60 corridor between Ashland and Cannonsburg in Boyd County. The public is encouraged to share information or ideas about state highway safety and traffic needs in the study area by visiting the map-based website at https://tinyurl.com/sza838b.
More information is available online via District 9 at http://transportation.ky.gov/DistrictNine/Pages/Boyd-Greenup-SUA-Study.aspx

Please Click Here to access the interactive web map to comment on road safety issues and concerns in Cabell and Wayne Counties. We'll use this input to develop a plan for a safer transportation network for users of all modes of transportation. We greatly value your feedback!





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