The Freight Movement and Intermodal Access in Kentucky Study (SPR 98-189) is being conducted on behalf of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC). There are two major objectives of the study: evaluation of the access for trucks between intermodal or other truck generating sites and the National Highway System (NHS); and furthering the understanding of freight commodity flows throughout the state. This report summarizes the access evaluation for one cluster of facilities located in Christian County in the Pennyrile Area Development District (ADD) and KYTC Highway District# 2. The location of the site is shown in Figure I. Work on other specific sites and the freight commodity flow task are on-going and are reported elsewhere.
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Agent, Kenneth R.; Aldridge, Brian; Aultman-Hall, Lisa; Cain, David; Lefever, Nicole; Stamatiadis, Nikiforos; and Weber, Joel M., "Truck Route Access Evaluation: Hopkinsville Industrial Park, Off US 41 South of Hopkinsville, Site #41" (1998). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 338.