KYTC’s Project Development Process

KTYC’s project development process consists of five phases:
  • Planning 
  • Preliminary Engineering & Environmental Evaluation 
  • Design
  • Right-of-Way & Utility Coordination
  • Construction
The I-75/I-275 Interchange project is currently in the Planning phase of this process.


The Planning phase focuses on clearly defining the scope of the project. This includes conducting comprehensive technical studies and gathering data such as traffic volumes, travel time and crash data to determine transportation needs. An engineering team then develops possible solutions – or alternatives – to address the needs identified. Alternatives that show the most promise are then advanced to the Preliminary Engineering & Environmental Evaluation phase of the process. 

Public input is a very important part of the project development process. The public plays a critical role in providing feedback at key phases of development that helps inform decision-making from planning through construction. Visit our Public Input page to learn more about how you can share your thoughts on the interchange project.


It’s our job to make sure our transportation infrastructure meets the needs of our residents, our businesses and the people who travel through our beautiful state.


Why We Do It.
KYTC Project Development Process Timeline Planning Construction Design