I-75

"Kentucky's Main Street." That's what you'll sometimes hear I-75 referred to as. It's one of the major north-south arteries through the east-central United States, connecting cities such as Detroit, Toledo, Dayton, Cincinnati, Lexington, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Macon, Tampa-St. Petersburg, and more recently, Miami.

In Kentucky, I-75 is probably the most heavily-traveled highway in the state. It enters Kentucky from Tennessee at the foot of Jellico Mountain, passes through varied and scenic terrain for nearly 200 miles, before crossing the Ohio River into Cincinnati.

Cities served by this interstate include Corbin, London, Richmond, Lexington, Georgetown and the urban area of Northern Kentucky. Major routes intersecting I-75 are US 25E, the KY 80-Cumberland Parkway-Daniel Boone Parkway corridor, I-64, US 27, US 68, US 460, US 62 and I-71.

I-75 is under constant construction in Kentucky. In early 1999, when this page was initially uploaded, work is being completed on a project to widen I-75 from four to six lanes between Richmond and Lexington. A major reconstruction project is also underway at Fort Mitchell in northern Kentucky. Eventually, Kentucky plans to widen I-75 to at least six lanes for its entire length.

Milepoint 1

Rest Area
Welcome Center

Kentucky provides a rest area and welcome center for westbound traffic entering the Bluegrass State from Tennessee. Just across the state line, the Volunteer State maintains a rest area and welcome center of its own just prior to Exit 1.

Exit 11

KY 92
KY 92

Exit 11

Williamsburg
Williamsburg

Cumberland College
Cumberland College
Big South Fork NRRA
Big South Fork NRRA

The first (or last, depending on your direction of travel) exit in Kentucky offers access to several destinations. West of here is Stearns and the Big South Fork National River Recreation Area, then Monticello and Lake Cumberland. To the west, KY 92 intersects US 27 and KY 90, both major routes. East of Williamsburg, KY 92 ends at US 25E north of Pineville.

Exit 15

US 25W
US 25W
Exit 15

Williamsburg
Williamsburg

Cumberland Falls
State Resort Park

US 25W offers access to Williamsburg from the north. Generally, US 25W and US 25 parallels I-75 through Kentucky, with several interchanges at various points to offer access to towns along the route.

Exit 25

US 25W
US 25W

Exit 25

Corbin
Corbin

Cumberland Falls
State Resort Park
Laurel River Lake
Grove Recreation Area
Laurel River Lake
Grove Recreation Area

The first of two exits for Corbin also provides access for southbound travelers to Cumberland Falls State Resort Park. US 25E, the Cumberland Gap Parkway, can be reached via the new Corbin Bypass (KY 3041) which intersects US 25W just north of this interchange.

Exit 29

US 25 / US 25E / Cumberland Gap Parkway
US 25 / US 25E / Cumberland Gap Parkway

Exit 29

Corbin
Barbourville
Corbin
Barbourville

Union College
Cumberland Gap National Park
Pine Mountain State Resort Park
Cumberland Gap National Park
Pine Mountain State Resort Park
Laurel River Lake Recreation Areas
Laurel River Lake Recreation Areas

US 25E South Tunnel
Prohibited
Class 1 Explosives
US 25E South Tunnel
Permitted
Hazard Class 2 through Class 9
Vehicles over 8'6" Wide
Under Escort

US 25E is a major north-south thoroughfare, allowing traffic using I-75 south and I-40 east (or vice versa) to avoid Knoxville. US 25E passes through the Cumberland Gap Tunnel and serves the towns of Barbourville, Pineville and Middlesboro, Ky., and Harrogate, Tazewell, Bean Station and Morristown, Tenn., before intersecting I-81 eight miles north of that interstate's end at I-40. Portions of US 25E are Appalachian Regional Commission corridors, and all of US 25E in Kentucky is four lanes. Those portions in Tennessee that are not four lanes are scheduled to be upgraded, and provide a good link route now even in two- and three-lane condition. US 25E also provides access to US 119, which connects Charleston, W. Va. with Pineville as an ARC route. It serves Harlan, Cumberland, Whitesburg, Jenkins and Pikeville in southeastern Kentucky. Among the routes it intersects are KY 11, KY 92, TN 63, US 11W and US 11E.

Milepoint 33

Weigh Station
(Under Const.)
Weigh Station
(Under Const.)

Milepoint 33

Weigh stations are under constructions for both directions of travel in Laurel County. If the stations open before this page reflects the openings, please let me know.

Exit 38

KY 192 / To Daniel Boone Parkway (Toll Road)
KY 192 / To Daniel Boone Parkway

Exit 38

London
London

Manchester
Hazard

Levi Jackson State Park
Laurel River Lake Holly Bay Recreation Area
Levi Jackson State Park
Laurel River Lake Holly Bay Recreation Area

To the west, KY 192 offers a scenic, roundabout route through the Daniel Boone National Forest to Somerset. To the east, KY 192 is a four-lane southern bypass of London, ending at the Daniel Boone Parkway. That route serves Manchester, Hyden and Hazard, where it becomes KY 80 and serves Hindman, Prestonsburg and Pikeville.

Exit 41

KY 80 / Daniel Boone Parkway
KY 80 / Daniel Boone Parkway (Toll Road)

Exit 41

Somerset
London
London
Somerset

Manchester
Hazard
Wilderness Road
Information Center
Wilderness Road
Information Center
Kentucky State Police
Kentucky State Police
Lake Cumberland

KY 80 is the major east-west route across southern Kentucky. Along with the Cumberland and Daniel Boone parkways, it links all major cities including Mayfield, Hopkinsville, Bowling Green, Glasgow, Somerset, London, Manchester, Hazard, Prestonsburg and Pikeville. It intersects many major highways including US 45, the Purchase ParkwayI-24, US 41, the Pennyrile Parkway, the William H. Natcher Parkway, I-65, US 127, US 27, KY 15 and US 23. Most of the route between Lake Barkley and Pikeville is four-lane; improvements are being made to those portions of the route in western Kentucky which are not up to modern standards.

Milepoint 43

Weigh Station
Weigh Station

Milepoint 43

I presume these weigh stations will be removed once the new stations south of London are completed.

Exit 49

KY 909 / To US 25
KY 909 / To US 25

Exit 49

Livingston
Livingston

KY 909 is a connector route, build at approximately the same time as I-75, linking the interstate to US 25 between Mt. Vernon and London.

Exit 59

US 25 / To US 150
US 25

Exit 59

Mt. Vernon
Livingston
Livingston
Mt. Vernon

Wm. Whitley House State Historic Site
Wm. Whitley House State Historic Site

Two exits (both US 25) are offered for Mt. Vernon. US 150 ends at Mt. Vernon, and this route offers a good shortcut to Stanford, Danville, Springfield, Bardstown and Louisville. It intersects US 27, US 127, KY 52, US 68, KY 55, KY 555, the Blue Grass Parkway and US 31E. Much of this route is an improved highway, and other parts are slated for improvement.

Exit 62

US 25
US 25 / To KY 461

Exit 62

Mt. Vernon
Renfro Valley
Renfro Valley
Mt. Vernon

Somerset
Big South Fork NRRA


Lake Cumberland

This exit gives access to one of Kentucky's most popular tourist destinations, Renfro Valley. Southbound traffic makes heavy use of this exit to access KY 461, a major route to the southwest. It intersects KY 80 east of Somerset and provides high-speed access to US 27 and the Cumberland Parkway. It is the best route for traffic heading to the Big South Fork National River Recreation Area south of Somerset, and for traffic heading west along the KY 80 corridor to Glasgow, Bowling Green, and I-65.

Exit 76

KY 21
KY 21

Exit 76

Berea
Berea

Berea College

First things first: This exit is a major speedtrap. Be sure to keep your speed close to the 65 mph limit, since Kentucky state police officers are more likely than not to be running a speedtrap underneath the bridge. KY 21 also provides access to US 421 to the east, heading southeast toward McKee. To the west, KY 21 serves Paint Lick and ends at KY 52, which serves Lancaster and Danville.

Exit 77

KY 595
KY 595

Exit 77

Berea
Berea

Berea College

This exit opened in the late 1980s and serves primarily local traffic, and several factories which have been built between the interstate and US 25.

Milepoint 82

Rest Area

Rest Area

Milepoint 82

These rest areas in Madison County are always busy, no matter what day or what season.

Exit 87

KY 876
KY 876

Exit 87

Richmond
Lancaster
Lancaster
Richmond

Eastern Kentucky University
Law Enforcement Complex
Eastern Kentucky University
Law Enforcement Complex
Kentucky State Police
Kentucky State Police

KY 876 is the southern bypass of Richmond. It intersects KY 52 twice -- KY 52 west leads to Paint Lick, Lancaster and Danville, while KY 52 east leads to Irvine and Beattyville.

Exit 90

US 25 / US 421
US 25 / US 421 North

Exit 90A

Richmond
Irvine

US 25 / US 421 South

Exit 90B

Richmond
Irvine

This is the main exit for Richmond for southbound I-75 traffic. A new bypass to the north and east of town was opened in 1998, and US 25 and US 421 have been routed around this bypass. The old route is the business route through downtown. This exit provides access to KY 52, leading east to Irvine and Beattyville. Irvine was added as a destination when new signage was installed as a part of the widening project, which was completed in 1999.

Exit 95

KY 627
KY 627

Exit 95

Boonesborough
Winchester
Boonesborough
Winchester

Boonesborough State Park

White Hall State Historic House
Boonesborough State Park

White Hall State Historic House

KY 627 is a major shortcut for northbound I-75 traffic to access I-64 eastbound, allowing traffic to miss Clays Ferry and Lexington. This route was known as US 227 until the early 1970s. It leads to Winchester and Paris.

Exit 97

US 25 / US 421 South
US 25 / US 421 South

Exit 97

Clays Ferry

The old southbound span of the Clays Ferry Bridge across the Kentucky River was originally built to serve US 25 in the late 1940s or early 1950s. When I-75 was built, a companion northbound span was built and the US routes were multiplexed onto the interstate. Now a center span has been built as part of a project to widen I-75 to three lanes in each direction. Northbound, US 25 and US 421 join the route; southbound, they leave it. Clays Ferry is the community on the old route under the bridge. The old Clays Ferry Bridge on old US 25 (KY 2328) is still in use.

Exit 99

US 25 / US 421 North
US 25 / US 421 North

Exit 99

Clays Ferry

The old southbound span of the Clays Ferry Bridge across the Kentucky River was originally built to serve US 25 in the late 1940s or early 1950s. When I-75 was built, a companion northbound span was built and the US routes were multiplexed onto the interstate. Now a center span has been built as part of a project to widen I-75 to three lanes in each direction. Southbound, US 25 and US 421 join the route; northbound, they leave it. Clays Ferry is the community on the old route under the bridge. The old Clays Ferry Bridge on old US 25 (KY 2328) is still in use.

Exit 104

KY 418
KY 418

Exit 104

Lexington
Athens
Athens
Lexington

No Thru STAA Trucks on KY 418 Eastbound

KY 418, the Athens-Boonesboro Road, is the southernmost exit for Lexington. It leads to US 25 / US 421 (Richmond Road), providing access to downtown Lexington and the southern suburbs.

Exit 108

Man O'War Boulevard
Man O'War Boulevard

Exit 108

Man O'War is the new southern bypass of Lexington. It intersects all major routes entering Lexington from the west, south, and southeast. Eastbound, this road becomes KY 1425 and ends at US 60 (Winchester Road).

Exit 110

US 60
US 60

Exit 110

Lexington
Lexington

US 60 parallels I-64 from Louisville to Ashland. Here, it is also known as Winchester Road. It offers access to downtown Lexington and a connection to New Circle Road. To the east, it provides a scenic alternative to I-64 for Winchester-bound traffic.

Exit 111

I-64 East
I-64 East

Exit 111

Winchester
Ashland
Winchester
Ashland

I-64 cuts across the north-central part of Kentucky, entering the state at Louisville. It begins at St. Louis and brings traffic from that city and Evansville across southern Illinois and Indiana. After entering Kentucky, it goes by the state capital city, Frankfort, before skirting the north side of Lexington. At Winchester, the route turns to the northeast. I-64 exits Kentucky south of Ashland and serves Huntington, Charleston and Beckley, W. Va., and Lexington, Charlottesville and Richmond, Va., before coming to an end in the Tidewater area of the Old Dominion State. Among the major routes I-64 intersects are I-44, I-55 and I-70 in Missouri, I-57 in Illinois, I-77 and I-79 in West Virginia, and I-81 and I-95 in Virginia. In Kentucky, I-64 intersects I-65, I-71, US 127, the Mountain Parkway, US 460 and US 23.

Exit 113

US 27 / US 68
US 27 / US 68

Exit 113

Paris
Lexington
Paris
Lexington

University of Kentucky

Rupp Arena
University of Kentucky

Rupp Arena
Transylvania University
Transylvania University

US 27 and US 68 are both important highways through north-central Kentucky. From Lexington they are multiplexed to Paris. There, US 27 turns north through Cynthiana and Falmouth on its way to Newport and Cincinnati. US 68 continues its northeast run through Carlisle to Maysville. After intersecting New Circle Road (KY 4) the roads become Broadway and serve downtown Lexington.

Exit 115

To Blue Grass Parkway / KY 922
To Blue Grass Parkway / KY 922

Exit 115

Airport
Lexington
Airport
Lexington

Historic District

This is the first exit for traffic heading south on I-75 or east on I-64. It connects with New Circle Road and takes traffic to Main Street. Blue Grass Parkway traffic uses KY 922 south, KY 4 (New Circle Road) and US 60 west to access the parkway near Versailles.

Exit 118

I-64 West
I-64 West

Exit 118

Frankfort
Louisville
Frankfort
Louisville

I-64 cuts across the north-central part of Kentucky, entering the state at Louisville. It begins at St. Louis and brings traffic from that city and Evansville across southern Illinois and Indiana. After entering Kentucky, it goes by the state capital city, Frankfort, before skirting the north side of Lexington. At Winchester, the route turns to the northeast. I-64 exits Kentucky south of Ashland and serves Huntington, Charleston and Beckley, W. Va., and Lexington, Charlottesville and Richmond, Va., before coming to an end in the Tidewater area of the Old Dominion State. Among the major routes I-64 intersects are I-44, I-55 and I-70 in Missouri, I-57 in Illinois, I-77 and I-79 in West Virginia, and I-81 and I-95 in Virginia. In Kentucky, I-64 intersects I-65, I-71, US 127, the Mountain Parkway, US 460 and US 23.

Exit 120

KY 1973
KY 1973

Exit 120

Ironworks Pike
Ironworks Pike

Kentucky Horse Park
Kentucky Horse Park

This exit was built when the Horse Park was opened. The hghway connects US 25 and KY 922, and in its entirety offers a scenic drive through Scott County, and northern and eastern Fayette County.

Exit 125

US 460

Georgetown
Paris
Georgetown
Next 2 Exits
Georgetown College
Bengals Training Camp

This partial exit was initially built to serve both US 460 and US 62. When the Toyota factory was built, and US 62 was improved in the vicinity of the factory, a full exit was built there. US 460 begins at Frankfort and runs through Georgetown on its way to Paris (US 27 and US 68), Mt. Sterling (KY 11 and I-64), West Liberty (KY 7), Salyersville (the Mountain Parkway) and Paintsville (US 23). Traffic exiting here can use US 62 to return to I-75 northbound.

Exit 126

US 62
US 62 / To US 460

Exit 126

Georgetown
Cynthiana
Georgetown
Cynthiana

Paris
Georgetown College
Bengals Training Camp

This is the only Georgetown exit serving southbound traffic. It allows access to US 460 and the towns it serves. US 62 cuts a southwest-to-northeast diagonal across north-central Kentucky, serving Versailles and Midway to the west and Cynthiana, Mt. Olivet and Maysville to the northeast.

Milepoint 127

Rest Area
Rest Area
Tourist Info Center

Milepoint 127

These rest areas serve both directions of travel.

Exit 129

KY 620
KY 620

Exit 129

The exit signs for KY 620 used to say "Delaplain Road" but that designation has been removed from the signs. This exit also serves the Toyota plant and provides access to US 25.

Milepoint 130

Weigh Station

This weigh station serves northbound traffic only.

Exit 136

KY 32
KY 32

Exit 136

Sadieville
Sadieville

KY 32 runs east through Sadieville to Cynthiana, then to Carlisle, Flemingsburg and Morehead, intersecting KY 36, US 62, US 27, US 68, KY 11 and I-64 along the way.

Exit 144

KY 330
KY 330

Exit 144

Owenton
Corinth
Corinth
Owenton

KY 330 connects KY 227 south of Owenton to US 27 at Falmouth, crossing I-75 and US 25 at Corinth.

Exit 154

KY 36
KY 36

Exit 154

Owenton
Williamstown
Williamstown
Owenton

Cynthiana
Kincaid Lake State Park
Kincaid Lake State Park

KY 36 connects the Ohio River area to the foothills of eastern Kentucky. Towns it serves include Milton, Carrollton, Williamstown, Cynthiana, Carlisle, Sharpsburg, Owingsville and Frenchburg. It intersects major routes through the area including US 421, US 42, US 127, KY 22, KY 32, US 27, US 62, US 68, KY 11, I-64 and US 460. Access to Owenton is via KY 22.

Exit 159

KY 22
KY 22

Exit 159

Dry Ridge
Owenton
Dry Ridge
Owenton

Kentucky State Police
Kentucky State Police

KY 22 runs from Louisville to near Brooksville. Major towns it connects include Crestwood, Eminence, Owenton, Dry Ridge and Falmouth. To the west, it intersects major routes US 127, US 421 and KY 55. To the east, it intersects US 27 (at Falmouth) and KY 10 west of Brooksville.

Exit 166

KY 491
KY 491

Exit 166

Crittenden
Crittenden

Kentucky State Police
Kentucky State Police

Also included at this exit, multiplexed with KY 491 but not listed on the exit signs, is KY 1548. This route links KY 16 to the west with KY 17 to the east, crossing I-75 and US 25 at Crittenden.

Weigh Station

Milepoint 168

A weigh station serves southbound traffic. This is a large modern weigh station, which befits I-75's status as a major north-south artery through the east-central portion of the United States. Seems to me Kentucky could have saved some money by building one weigh station north of the I-71 split to serve both highways, instead of building two stations -- this one, and one similar to it on I-71 just south of the split.

Exit 171

KY 14 / KY 16
KY 14 / KY 16

Exit 171

Walton
Verona
Walton
Verona

Big Bone Lick State Park
Big Bone Lick State Park

Of these two routes, KY 16 is the most important. It runs from US 127 north of Glencoe in Gallatin County to the Covington area. KY 14 runs from US 42/127 in Boone County, crosses I-71 at Exit 72, joins KY 16 at Verona, and intersects US 25 and KY 17. The two routes provide access to Verona, west of this exit, and Walton, on US 25 at this exit. Big Bone Lick State Park is accessed by KY 14, US 42/127 and KY 338, although easier access is provided at Exit 175.

Exit 173

I-71 South
I-71 South

Exit 173

Louisville
Louisville

I-71 has its southern terminus in Louisville, and its northern terminus in Cleveland, connecting Cincinnati and Columbus between its endpoints. It is paralleled by US 42 for its entire length. In Kentucky, it roughly parallels the Ohio River, connecting the towns of Buckner, LaGrange, Campbellsburg, Carrollton and Warsaw, and providing access to Crestwood, Pewee Valley, Bedford, Madison (Ind.), New Castle and Owenton. It intersects major routes such as KY 55, US 421, KY 227 and US 127. From this exit, I-71 and I-75 are multiplexed into downtown Cincinnati, where I-71 splits and continues northeast toward Columbus and Cleveland.

Exit 175

KY 338
KY 338

Exit 175

Richwood
Richwood

Big Bone Lick State Park

If you're heading north on I-75 (or I-71), this is the first sign you'll see of the urban area of Greater Cincinnati you're about to enter. Conversely, if you're southbound on the interstate, you won't hit an urban area again until you reach Lexington or Louisville. Although there is no sign for Big Bone Lick State Park northbound, this is the best exit to use to reach that historic state park.

Milepoint 176

Rest Area
Rest Area
Welcome Center

Milepoint 176

Northbound, there's a full-service rest area. Southbound, a welcome center greets travelers entering the Bluegrass State.

Exit 178

KY 536
KY 536

Exit 178

Mt. Zion Rd
Mt. Zion Rd

This is a new exit, built to serve a rapidly-growing area. KY 536 has been relocated east of I-75 toward US 25. You can reach Union (US 42/127) to the west, and Independence to the east.

Exit 180

US 42 / US 127
US 42 / US 127

Exit 180

Union
Florence
Florence
Union

Mall Rd.

Exit 180A

This is actually two exits. The older exit is the US 42/127 exit, which provides access to the city of Florence. (Non-local traffic desiring to use US 127 southbound to reach Glencoe, Owenton or Frankfort should follow I-71 south to US 127 at Exit 62). The newer exit is the partial exit for Mall Road, Exit 180A. It offers access to, you guessed it, the Florence Mall, but for southbound interstate traffic only. (Northbound mall traffic should use US 42 west/US 127 south to Mall Road). This partial exit allows access to the mall from southbound I-71/I-75 only, and entry only to northbound I-71/I-75.

Exit 181

KY 18
KY 18

Exit 181

Florence
Burlington
Florence
Burlington

This exit provides access to the fast-growing commercial area near the Florence Mall, along the west side of the Interstate. KY 18 has been realigned in the area, so now it ends at KY 1017 (Turfway Road) instead of at the US 25/42/127 intersection in downtown Florence. To the west, the route reaches Burlington, the county seat of Boone County, and the rural areas in the western area of the county.

Exit 182

KY 1017
KY 1017

Exit 182

Turfway Rd.
Turfway Rd.

Turfway Park Race Course
Turfway Park Race Course

Another exit for the commercial area along I-75 in the Florence area, and the first exit for this region for southbound traffic. To reach KY 1017 from the southbound ramp, you actually have to use KY 842 (Houston Road) to make the connection.

Exit 184A

KY 236 East
Exit 236 East

Exit 184A

Erlanger
Erlanger

Exit 184B

KY 236 West
KY 236 West

Exit 184B

Erlanger
Erlanger

Before I-275 was built, this was the main access route to the Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport. This route is locally known as Donaldson Road.

Exit 185

I-275
I-275

Exit 185

Airport
Airport

All through trucks and RVs prohibited on northbound I-71 and I-75

All through northbound trucks and RVs must use I-275

This 84-mile circumferential bypass of Cincinnati traverses three states -- Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. It offers interchanges with all major routes which enter the greater Cincinnati area, including I-74 and US 25, 27, 42, 50, 52 and 127. The highway was built in sections. The older sections are the northern ones in Ohio, in the vicinity of I-71 and I-75. The Kentucky portions were among the last ones built. I-275 is the preferred route for the Lexington to Indianapolis, I-75 to I-74 corridor, and it also serves the Northern Kentucky-Greater Cincinnati International Airport (or whatever they call it these days). Since through trucks and RVs are prohibited on I-71 and I-75 northbound through northern Kentucky into Cincinnati, and also prohibited on I-471, I-275 is the route which through trucks and RVs must use.

The exit is signed only for "Airport," but each single ramp from both north- and southbound I-71/I-75 provides access to both directions of I-275. Westbound I-275 is the route to use to reach Hebron, Petersburg, Lawrenceburg, Ind., and Indianapolis via I-74. Eastbound I-275 provides a connection to US 27 south (Falmouth, Cynthiana and Paris) and also the AA Highway, KY 9, which is a modern access route to Maysville, Vanceburg, Grayson (I-64) and Ashland (US 23, and across the river in Ohio, US 52).

In Kentucky, I-275 is signed as an east-west route and it links the rural sections of western Boone County with the shopping area of Kenton County, and the urbanized area of Campbell County. It provides interchanges with all major routes leading into the area.

Exit 186

KY 371
KY 371

Exit 186

Buttermilk Pk.
Buttermilk Pk.

Oldenberg Brewery Beer Museum
Oldenberg Brewery Beer Museum

Villa Hills, Crescent Springs, Crescent Park and Fort Mitchell are accessible from this route.

Exit 188A

Dixie Hwy. South
Dixie Hwy. South

Exit 188A

Fort Mitchell
Fort Mitchell

Exit 188B

Dixie Hwy. North
Dixie Hwy. North

Exit 188B

Fort Mitchell
Fort Mitchell

Dixie Highway is US 25/42/127, although the US routes are not noted on the exit signs. Caution: Construction has closed some entrance and exit ramps at this interchange for 1999.

Exit 189

KY 1072 (Kyles Ln.)
KY 1072 (Kyles Ln.)

Exit 198

Ft. Wright
Park Hills
Ft. Wright
Park Hills

This route begins at KY 8 at Ludlow, crosses US 25/42/127, and ends at KY 17 near KY 371 and I-275. Caution: This exit may also be affected by construction in 1999.

Exit 191

12th Street
Pike Street
Pike Street
12th Street

Exit 191

Covington
Covington

Covington
Next 2 Exits

Bavarian Brew Works

This exit is also US 25/42/127, which is not indicated on the signage.

Exit 192

5th Street
5th Street

Exit 192

Covington
Newport
Covington
Newport

Covington Landing Rivercenter

Main Strasse

This is the last exit before entering Ohio, or the first exit after entering Kentucky, and it is for KY 8, although this is not noted on the exit signs. KY 8 parallels the Ohio River in three separate, distinct sections. This is the center segment of the three, and here it provides access to downtown Covington and downtown Newport.

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