Kentucky Route 80

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Kentucky Route 80 (KY 80) is a 483.55 mi state highway in the southern part of the U.S. state of Kentucky.wikipedia
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List of primary state highways in Kentucky

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Kentucky Route 80 (KY 80) is a 483.55 mi state highway in the southern part of the U.S. state of Kentucky. It is the longest Kentucky State Highway, though the official distance as listed in route logs is much less due to multiple concurrencies with U.S. Route 68 (US 68) and U.S. Route 23.
Some routes, such as Kentucky Route 80, are both primary and secondary, with only a segment of the route listed as part of the primary system.

Mayfield, Kentucky

MayfieldMayfield, KYHicksville
From Columbus, the road passes through Hickman, Carlisle, and Graves Counties to Mayfield.
Kentucky Route 80 leads southeast 24 mi to Murray.

Warren County, Kentucky

Warren CountyWarrenWarren Counties
From Aurora, it follows U.S. Route 68 through Trigg, Christian, Todd, and Logan counties to Bowling Green (Warren County).

Columbus, Kentucky

ColumbusColumbus, Ky.District of Columbus
From Columbus, the road passes through Hickman, Carlisle, and Graves Counties to Mayfield. The route originates on the state's western border at Columbus in Hickman County, and stretches across the southern portion of the state, terminating southeast of Elkhorn City on the Virginia state line.
Via Kentucky Route 80 it is 6 mi east-northeast to Arlington.

Cumberland Parkway

Louie B. Nunn Cumberland ParkwayCumberlandLouie B Nunn Cumberland Parkway
From Glasgow to Somerset, Kentucky Route 80 is paralleled (and largely supplanted) by the Louie B. Nunn Cumberland Parkway, which is officially designated as the future route of Interstate 66 (I-66), although interest in that project has been lost.
The road parallels Kentucky Route 80 for its entire length.

Russell County, Kentucky

RussellRussell CountyKentucky
Kentucky Route 80 serves rural portions of Barren, Metcalfe (including the city of Edmonton), Adair, Russell, and Casey counties to Somerset (Pulaski County).

Hal Rogers Parkway

Daniel Boone Parkway
From London to Hazard, Kentucky Route 80 is again supplanted, this time by the former Daniel Boone Parkway, renamed the Hal Rogers Parkway in 2003.
An extension of the Hal Rogers Parkway name west along Kentucky Route 80 (KY 80) to U.S. Route 27 (US 27) in Somerset was made in 2015 bringing the total mileage to 91.135 mi.

Murray, Kentucky

MurrayMurray, KYMurray Central Park
From Mayfield, Kentucky Route 80 travels along a new four-lane corridor into Calloway County and on to Murray.

Bowling Green, Kentucky

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From Aurora, it follows U.S. Route 68 through Trigg, Christian, Todd, and Logan counties to Bowling Green (Warren County).

Kentucky Route 550

550
This section of Kentucky Route 80 was completely new construction, with the old highway's segments renamed with several designations, primarily Kentucky Route 550.
Kentucky Route 550 (KY 550) is a 43.212 mi state highway in eastern Kentucky that runs from Kentucky Routes 15 and 80 in northwestern Hazard to Kentucky Route 80 and Judge Road in Eastern via Darfork, Dwarf, Fisty, Carrie, Hindman, Garner, Mousie, Lackey, Garrett, and Eastern.

Virginia State Route 80

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Kentucky Route 80 continues, concurrent with U.S. Route 460 until reaching Belcher in Pike County and continues into Virginia from Elkhorn City as Virginia State Route 80.
Kentucky Route 80 and Missouri's Route 80 continue the number west to Matthews, Missouri.

U.S. Route 68

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It is the longest Kentucky State Highway, though the official distance as listed in route logs is much less due to multiple concurrencies with U.S. Route 68 (US 68) and U.S. Route 23.
Two spans of the US 68/KY 80 Eggner Ferry Bridge over Kentucky Lake collapsed after being struck by a cargo ship on January 26, 2012.

Belcher, Kentucky

Belcher
Kentucky Route 80 continues, concurrent with U.S. Route 460 until reaching Belcher in Pike County and continues into Virginia from Elkhorn City as Virginia State Route 80.
Belcher is located at the junction of U.S. Route 460 and Kentucky Route 80 2.9 mi north-northwest of Elkhorn City.

Eggner's Ferry Bridge

Eggner Ferry Bridge
On January 26, 2012, the Eggner's Ferry Bridge carrying KY 80 and US 68 over Kentucky Lake (Tennessee River) near Aurora collapsed because a cargo ship crashed into one of the bridge's support pillars.
The bridge carries US 68 and Kentucky Route 80 across Kentucky Lake.

Interstate 69 in Kentucky

Interstate 69I-69Future I-69
The main alignment of KY 80 has a 2.199 mi gap within the city from the Purchase Parkway (Future Interstate 69) interchange to US 45 in downtown Mayfield.
It bypasses the city to the west and north, passing interchanges with KY 80, KY 121, and US 45, after which it heads northeast away from the city, passing through rural areas of Western Kentucky.

Martin, Kentucky

Martin
It connects KY 80 with KY 1428 at Martin.
Kentucky Routes 80 and 122 run along the western side of the city.

Kentucky Route 914

KY 914
It begins on the west side of Somerset at KY 80's junction with the KY 914 bypass.
The road passes through farm fields and comes to an intersection with KY 80/KY 6014.

Missouri Route 80

Route 80
Originally, westbound Kentucky Route 80 continued via ferry across the Mississippi River to Belmont, Missouri, where it connected with Missouri Route 80, which traveled west to US 61/US 62 near Sikeston, Missouri.
At Belmont, there used to be a ferry connecting Route 80 to Kentucky Route 80, which is a major east–west thoroughfare across southern Kentucky, continuing into Virginia, as Virginia State Route 80.

Kentucky Route 1247

KY 1247
It intersects US 27 and KY 1247 in downtown.
It then traverses downtown Somerset, where it crosses two alignments of KY 80, the KY 80 Business first, and then the main KY 80 alignment.

Virginia

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The route originates on the state's western border at Columbus in Hickman County, and stretches across the southern portion of the state, terminating southeast of Elkhorn City on the Virginia state line. Kentucky Route 80 continues, concurrent with U.S. Route 460 until reaching Belcher in Pike County and continues into Virginia from Elkhorn City as Virginia State Route 80.

U.S. Route 23 in Kentucky

US 23U.S. Route 23Highway U.S. 23
It is the longest Kentucky State Highway, though the official distance as listed in route logs is much less due to multiple concurrencies with U.S. Route 68 (US 68) and U.S. Route 23.

Graves County, Kentucky

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From Columbus, the road passes through Hickman, Carlisle, and Graves Counties to Mayfield. Construction and relocation of Kentucky Route 80 in Graves, Calloway, and Marshall counties during this time caused the route to be split.

Calloway County, Kentucky

Calloway CountyCallowayMurray, KY Micropolitan Statistical Area
From Mayfield, Kentucky Route 80 travels along a new four-lane corridor into Calloway County and on to Murray. Construction and relocation of Kentucky Route 80 in Graves, Calloway, and Marshall counties during this time caused the route to be split.

Marshall County, Kentucky

MarshallMarshall CountyKentucky
Construction and relocation of Kentucky Route 80 in Graves, Calloway, and Marshall counties during this time caused the route to be split.

Hickman County, Kentucky

HickmanHickman CountyHickman (KY)
From Columbus, the road passes through Hickman, Carlisle, and Graves Counties to Mayfield. The route originates on the state's western border at Columbus in Hickman County, and stretches across the southern portion of the state, terminating southeast of Elkhorn City on the Virginia state line.