The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s report, due out next month, will look at ways to improve safety and ease congestion on I-64 between the Watterson Expressway and Butchertown.
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Organizers say healthy waterways improve the community's quality of life.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Louisville park usage has "increased dramatically" according to park officials, leading to more trash being left behind by visitors.
The gardens will transform into a sparkling winter wonderland for six nights in December.
If it's not cleared, all the trash would eventually float into the Ohio River, according to officials with the Metropolitan Sewer District.
Nicknamed “Bumblebee,” to honor Louisville boxing great Muhammad Ali and his “float like a butterly, sting like a bee” slogan, the boring machine recently descended 200 feet underground to cut the path of the Metropolitan Sewer District’s Waterway Protection Tunnel.
The 900-ton boring machine, nicknamed “Bumblebee,” has drilled through bedrock for more than a year. Now, 200 feet underground, it reached it’s 4- mile destination for MSD.
Native plants, trees and shrubs will be planted in the area. Their root systems and the soil will act as a natural filter for stormwater.
The undergraduate students were helping Metropolitan Sewer District, Bernheim Forest and The Nature Conservancy help monitor streams in Louisville when they realized they would not be able to do their studies and visit the 10 testing sites five times each month.
The LMPD Major Crimes Unit is investigating the case.