Kentucky’s transportation engineers are responsible for maintaining 63,753 roadway miles and ensuring the safety of 14,664 bridges in our state. Our work is critical to the movement of people, goods and services in and through Kentucky, where maintaining a safe transportation network is a more than $2 billion industry. We come to work every day so that residents and visitors can travel safely to jobs, doctors and hospitals, schools, tourist attractions and family destinations. 

The Kentucky Association of Transportation Engineers was established in 1970 to maintain and improve working conditions, promote professionalism and foster fellowship among engineers working for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Image of the Abraham Lincoln Bridge built by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) taken by Censusdata and used under the Wikipedia Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License.