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Traffic Plan Seeks to Reduce Tie-ups

ky trans dial511 300LEXINGTON, Ky. (3/19/13) – Negotiating a handful of Lexington road construction projects may be as challenging to fans attending the second and third rounds of the NCAA basketball tournament, as a full-court press to a point guard.
 
While one-lane traffic has occurred recently due to work on KY 922 (Newtown Pike) and U.S. 60 (Versailles Road), the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet anticipates a two-lane traffic flow on both routes before the first tip-off Thursday afternoon.
 
The Transportation Cabinet suggests the following routes:
 
• Traffic from the north, east and west via Interstate 75 and Interstate 64 should use exit 113, Broadway to Rupp Arena.
• Traffic from the south via I-75 should use exit 104, Richmond Road.
 
Tournament goers are also advised to allow extra time due to Rupp Arena’s location in downtown Lexington.
 
For the latest traffic and travel information in Kentucky, dial 511 or log onto http://511.ky.gov.
 
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