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Alumni Drive reopens today

video by Faron Collins for Lexington Herald Leader

Good news, Lexington residents. The portion of Alumni Drive between Tates Creek and Nicholasville road reopened today. The reconstructed route includes new two new roundabouts that allow easier access to Commonwealth Stadium and should improve safety on the heavily-trafficked route.

Check the above video for a visualization of the changes.

Article written by Caleb Epley

Vanderbilt student, Kentucky fan. Skilled at using big words and telling bad jokes. Twitter: @CalebEpleyKSR

7 Comments for Alumni Drive reopens today



  1. Not Sure
    3:19 pm August 16, 2015 Permalink

    It looks terrific with one major exception. It would sure be nice if UK would admit that their insistence on keeping that section of Alumni Drive 2 lane is a major contributor to horrible game day traffic. They want to build a baseball stadium along the same stretch, which will lead to more traffic. Denial is not a good strategy.



  2. Bob the builder
    3:22 pm August 16, 2015 Permalink

    That’s more scenic but couldn’t we get four lanes?



  3. Saul T. Nuts
    4:30 pm August 16, 2015 Permalink

    stooooopid…roundabouts are SLOW

    doesn’t take a genius to know we need 4 lanes



  4. chris
    6:25 pm August 16, 2015 Permalink

    Wrong 2 lanes at least for the roundabout would have been bad. People dont understand how to use them. Just look at the one on wellington, wrecks all the time



    • Lol
      11:39 am August 17, 2015 Permalink

      What’s not to understand? You go around until you get to the exit you want to take. Merging vehicles must yield.



  5. gracie
    6:27 pm August 16, 2015 Permalink

    Roundabouts are great. They keep traffic moving and are much safer.

    Also, more lanes don’t make sense, especially if you are trying to solve a problem that only occurs 6 days a year.



  6. Lol
    11:35 am August 17, 2015 Permalink

    Look at all the “road experts” weighing in on here. Lol