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

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

Chair
DeAnna Holliday

Executive Director
Chris Chiles



Public Comments

2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program Amendment #4 Public Involvement Notice [Click Here]

US 60/KY 180 Corridor Study

US 60/KY 180 Corridor Study

We Need Your Help! The Boyd County Fiscal Court, in partnership with KYOVA and the KY Transportation Cabinet, is beginning a new Transportation Planning Study along the US 60/KY 180 corridor south of Ashland. As we kick off the study, we want to hear from YOU. What needs to be improved along the existing highway? Visit the study website learn more and share your thoughts. [Click Here]

KY-168 Planning Study – Public Comment Request

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is conducting a planning study along KY 168 Avenue/Wheatly Road between US-60 in Ashland and Hoods Creek Pike in Westwood – about 1.7. The link will provide the project overview (analysis of the existing conditions and proposed future traffic to identify options for improving mobility and safety for all users along the KY-168 corridor) as well as an opportunity for you to provide feedback. For more info Click Here

Did you miss the 2024 Rail Plan Public Open House? Take the survey instead at kyrailplan.com. The survey will help gather information within the existing rail service areas and provide additional insights for potential future of rail within the state of Kentucky.

Public Announcements


FTA 5310 Call for Projects – Applications Open April 15, 2024 [Click Here]

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
US-60/Newman’s Branch Road Traffic Study

KYOVA Interstate Planning Commission has retained Carpenter Marty Transportation to develop a US-60/Newman’s Branch Road Traffic Study for the City of Milton, West Virginia. The purpose of this project is to study and assess the traffic impacts of a new Milton Elementary School on the north side of Newman’s Branch Road, north of I-64. This study provides recommendations and guidance for implementing strategies to correct existing deficiencies and perform necessary crash analyses to create a safer and more efficient transportation network for all users. Preliminary findings from the study will be provided to the public in the form of maps and handouts. To view the maps, have questions answered, and/or learn more about this project and its findings, please click this link




Ohio River Bridge Crossing Study [Click Here]