This report describes the efforts of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Access Management Implementation Task Force. The task force was established in May 2004 and was charged with the responsibility of reviewing and refining the recommendations in the Access Management for Kentucky research study for the purpose of implementing a comprehensive access management program for the state of Kentucky. The Kentucky Transportation Center provided technical and administrative support to the task force. This report provides documentation of the information considered by the task force, the deliberations over that information, and the decisions and recommendations made by the task force. Although a decision was made to suspend task force initiatives prior to full-scale implementation of a formal program, the information contained in this report should prove to be a valuable resource for a resumption of implementation efforts when conditions are deemed to be appropriate.
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House, Barry, "Access Management Implementation in Kentucky – Technical Support Document and Status Report" (2008). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 35.