Gov. Matt Bevin and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) have announced $1,795,723 in Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funds have been awarded to two Department of Highways District 6 counties – Grant and Kenton – to improve infrastructure for non-drivers in the community.
“We are grateful for this significant federal TAP investment to benefit Grant and Kenton counties,” said Gov. Bevin. “Funds from this program enable local communities to implement important transportation projects that increase connectivity for diverse populations, such as non-driving and disabled Kentuckians.”