Politics & Government

March 18, 2014 6:32 PM

House road-funding plan would delay Mountain Parkway project, but take tolls off the table

The Kentucky House on Tuesday approved a $4.51 billion, two-year road plan that relies on a gas tax increase and postpones completion of Gov. Steve Beshear's proposal to widen and extend Eastern Kentucky's Mountain Parkway.

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