Three recently completed road construction projects were investigated to determine Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) effectiveness in implementing project commitments (including environmental commitments). Documentation was obtained from KYTC districts in which the projects were constructed and KYTC officials involved with the projects from planning through construction were interviewed. The projects were inspected to audit completion of project commitments. Key stakeholders (officials of local governments, resource agencies, MPOs, interest groups, and adjacent landowners) were interviewed about the projects. They were asked to grade KYTC for implementation of project commitments using a standard report card format. The findings for these investigations are presented. The auditing procedure employed in this study can be used to rate future KYTC projects, identify problems, and suggest solutions.
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Hopwood, Theodore II and Palle, Sudhir, "Environmental Commitment Follow-Up" (2005). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 194.