Employees with ATS Construction smoothed a newly poured concrete median as they worked on the Newtown Pike extension in Lexington on Sept. 21. This phase of the decade-long project will connect Oliver Lewis Way at Versailles Road with South Broadway, giving Lexington a four-lane boulevard from Interstates 75/64 around the northwest side of the city to the University of Kentucky campus area.
Employees with ATS Construction smoothed a newly poured concrete median as they worked on the Newtown Pike extension in Lexington on Sept. 21. This phase of the decade-long project will connect Oliver Lewis Way at Versailles Road with South Broadway, giving Lexington a four-lane boulevard from Interstates 75/64 around the northwest side of the city to the University of Kentucky campus area. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Employees with ATS Construction smoothed a newly poured concrete median as they worked on the Newtown Pike extension in Lexington on Sept. 21. This phase of the decade-long project will connect Oliver Lewis Way at Versailles Road with South Broadway, giving Lexington a four-lane boulevard from Interstates 75/64 around the northwest side of the city to the University of Kentucky campus area. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Newtown Pike project approaches its South Broadway destination

September 27, 2016 11:27 AM

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