Kentucky Transportation

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Kentucky Transportation

  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky...

    Located 13 miles (21 kilometers) south of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) serves the Cincinnati, northern Kentucky, and southeastern Indiana areas. One-half of the American population and manufacturing base is within an hour's flight of the airport.Airlines serving...

  • Don't drink and Drive!!

    Don't Drive through our state DRUNK!!! We work very hard to pass strict driving laws. What do police officers look for when searching for drunk drivers on the highways? The following is a list of symptoms in descending order of probability that the person observed is driving while intoxicated. The list is based upon research conducted by the...

  • Kentucky D O T

    The Department of Transportation in Kentucky provides access to a website of highway information that may be useful to tourists.The webpages show maps with information like construction sites, weather-relation situations, accidents, rest areas, routes to bus stations and train stations.There are tips for which routes to take and distances from...

  • Unbridled Spirit

    When I was a child, we used to play a license plate game, where we tried to be the one to see the license plates of all the states. If I were to play the game now, it would almost be possible to play the game within one state because most states have a regular license tag, and then they have special plates which people can get for an extra fee.In...

  • Watch for goofy Road signs

    Be on the look out for Goofy Road signs. Especially in the Mountains where people alter them you might have a Speed limit sign of 35 and someone make it read 85.

  • Train Travel in Kentucky

    Regrettably, there are only two passenger trains which pass through Kentucky, and those just barely. The City of New Orleans, which follows the eastern shore of the Mississippi River between Chicago and New Orleans, makes a single stop at the small town of Fulton, Kentucky, on the far western tip of the state.The Cardinal, which connects Chicago...

  • Automobile is a Must in Kentucky

    Because so much of Kentucky is rural and because there is no public transportation, you indeed need to have a car. The car in the photo is the car that I frequently drove to Kentucky from Chicago when my parents were still alive and living on Kentucky Lake near Benton.My Dad was great at fixing cars, and while I was there, he worked on the car, and...

  • The Dorena, Missouri- Hickman, Kentucky...

    Well we where lucky, when we noticed the road had ended and the Mississippi river was in front of us.... We where just in time to call the Ferry with the call button on a pole... Then the waiting started....just as we were giving up and thinking the ferry wouldn't come it came....fortunalty..... Pictures taken june 6th 2003

  • Enjoy the freedom and drive your car...

    The easiest way to travel around in Kentucky is by car. In the countryside no public transport is provided.

  • Rent a car if you didn't drive here.

    First off to SEE Kentucky stay off the interstate and take the time it take to drive the backroads, you'll not be sorry! Small towns charm and Antique shops line about every Main St in Kentucky. You'll find those home grown eateries and shops that you'll never see or hear about on the interstate. Sure it will take long, but you're in the south now...

  • For most of KY, I would say...

    For most of KY, I would say flying into Louisville is your best bet. However, if you like, you could fly into Cincinnati (which is actually in KY, not OH) for northern KY attactions or Nashville and drive north for some southern KY stuff. Also, Lexington is an option (albeit a smaller airport) for central and eastern KY.

  • There are many big cities you...

    There are many big cities you can fly to and then drive to western KY. Most cities are 3 hours away (St. Louis, Louisville, Memphis) while Nashville is only 2 hours. You can fly to Paducah on a commuter plane going either through Memphis or St. louis on Northwest or American.Well you can rent boats and go up and down the Ohio river or Kentucky...

  • The three major airports in...

    The three major airports in Kentucky are in Northern Kentucky near Cincinnati, Louisville and Lexington. Visitors to Western Kentucky could also fly into Nashville, Tennessee, just South of Bowling Green, Kentucky. In most but not all instances, I have found the lowest airfare in and out of Kentucky to be the Louisville airport. Southwest Airlines...

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