Lexington Road Corridor Transportation Plan

 

The Lexington Road Corridor Transportation Plan (LRCTP) is a planning study for the corridor from Baxter Avenue/Jefferson Street to Grinstead Drive, through Irish Hill neighborhood, the Breslin Park area, and along the north/back side of Cave Hill Cemetary, south of I-64.  The purpose of the LRCTP is to assess the current safety and access issues experienced by residents and businesses.  The study considers the potential impact of a series of development proposals and initiatives that will require multi-modal considerations to protect the quality of life, mobility options, and economic development of the corridor.  The next step for the project will include the development of a final design for the corridor.  

FINAL PLAN REPORT (PDF, 7 MB)

FINAL PLAN REPORT MAPS (PDF, 51 MB)

MEETING MATERIALS

Presentations

Public Meeting #1 Presentation - October 7, 2014 (PDF)

Public Meeting #2 Presentation - November 11, 2014 (PDF)

Public Meeting #3 Presentation - December 9, 2014 (PDF)

Public Meeting #4 Presentation - January 20, 2015 (PDF)

Preferred Concept (Presented at Public Meeting #4) - (PDF - 15 MB)

 

PROJECT LINKS

Move Louisville

Bike Louisville

Irish Hill Neighborhood

What are Complete Streets?  (Charlotte) (Video Link)

The Rise of Protected Bike Lanes  (Video Link)

Atlanta's 10th Street Cycle Track (Video Link)

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