There will be soon be an upgrade to warning signals at the KY 102 railroad crossing in Allensville, thanks to grant money from the state and railroad company.
A news release from Governor Steve Beshear's office says the total cost of the project will be about $103,000 and half of that money comes from R.J. Corman Railroad and the other half comes from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Governor Steve Beshear says, “many accidents involving trains, motor vehicles and pedestrians can be avoided with improved signaling equipment, lighting and railroad crossing conditions.”
Todd is just one of several counties in Kentucky to receive the grants. Improvements are scheduled for no less than a dozen crossings in Logan County.