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The Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors (“KAHC”) was organized as a nonprofit corporation in 1921 to promote, preserve, and protect the highway construction industry in Kentucky. The industry has changed since that time, but the association’s purpose still holds true.


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KENTUCKY INFRASTRUCTURE COALITION ANNOUNCED TO ADVOCATE FOR LONG-TERM, SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION INVESTMENT

Sept. 5, 2017

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky’s business and transportation leaders today announced an effort to prevent the serious decline of Kentucky’s infrastructure.

The Kentucky Infrastructure Coalition (KIC) includes more than 30 organizations that represent manufacturers, farmers, economic development leaders, engineers, local leaders and more than 40,000 transportation workers who understand that safe, reliable, efficient transportation is essential to Kentucky’s economy.

KIC has been formed to advocate for, and provide solutions to, the Commonwealth’s transportation needs. Juva Barber, executive director of Kentuckians for Better Transportation, will serve as the coalition chairwoman.

“Kentucky must invest more in infrastructure to attract and expand a 21st century economy and jobs,” Barber said. “Funding solutions must be dynamic and meet the evolving needs of a changing economy. We support long-term, sustainable funding that provides adequate revenues for all modes of transportation so our state can maintain the infrastructure we have today and build what we need for our future.”  Read more here.

TRUMP SIGNS ORDER TO SPEED INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION
President Donald Trump says he has signed a new executive order intended to make more efficient the federal permitting process for construction of infrastructure projects without harming the environment.
 Aug. 15, 2017, at 7:03 p.m.
 By JOAN LOWY and MICHAEL BIESECKER, Associated Press
 WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Tuesday he has signed a new executive order intended to make more efficient the federal permitting process for construction of transportation, water and other infrastructure projects without harming the environment.  Read more here.


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