Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors

Blog | March 25, 2019
Kentucky’s Transportation Network Shows How Old Bridges, Maintenance Backlogs & Lack of New Federal Funding Hurt U.S. Communities

Part One of a Two-Part Series Kentucky is a logistics hub, southeastern connector and destination commonwealth for people and commerce. Its business community, industry leaders and elected officials have spurred a regional policy dialogue about transportation in light of growing investment needs and aging infrastructure. “Kentucky is within a day’s drive

Blog | April 24, 2019
Kentucky is Driving Home the Message that Failing Infrastructure Cannot Be America’s Legacy

Part Two of a Two-Part Series The Washington, D.C., metropolitan area is a world unto itself. Massive efforts toward successful federal legislation have flowed through this part of the nation since Congress formed 230 years ago. Now America’s leaders face one of the country’s most pressing matters: how to modernize

Blog | June 05, 2019
Kentucky Harnesses the Voices of Grassroots Proponents to Push for Federal Infrastructure Legislation

Listen to the 30-second podcast The Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors, Inc. (KAHC) is focused on local awareness-building and national outreach to help convey that states, in addition to regional financing and private interests, require federal funding to help maintain and modernize the United States’ infrastructure. M. Chad LaRue is