The location of I 64 in Jefferson County traverses Seneca Park, noted for its scenic beauty and superior recreational facilities. A bridle path in Seneca Park necessitated construction of an overpass for equine traffic. A non-slip and sound-deadening, resilient surface was essential for aesthetics and safety. Tartan, a rubbery mat developed primarily for race course and paddock surfaces, was specified and installed on the overpass.
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Newberry, Donald C. Jr., "Tartan Surfacing for an Equestrian Overpass" (1973). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 1134.