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Wendell H. Ford Expressway

The Wendell H. Ford Expressway is a 13 mile by-pass, half-loop, around the southside of Owensboro. It runs from Kentucky Secondary State Route 2830, on the eastside of Owensboro, to a junction with U.S. Rt. 60/Kentucky State Route 331, on the northwest side of Owensboro. U.S. Rt. 60 runs the entire length of the expressway; while U.S. Rt. 231 runs along a portion of the expressway. It has been suggested that it would be part of Interstate 67, should it ever be constructed in Indiana, and through Kentucky.

The Wendell H. Ford Expressway crosses the following interstates in Kentucky.

Interstate 165, at Owensboro.

The Wendell H. Ford Expressway crosses the following parkways.
John James Audubon Parkway, at Owensboro.

Numbered Highways aligned along the Wendell H. Ford Expressway in Kentucky.

U.S. Rt. 60, at Owensboro.
U.S. Rt. 231, at Owensboro.



WB WHF at KY St Rt 144.

WB WHF near KY St Rt 603.

WB WHF at KY St Rt 603.

WB WHF at I-165.

WB WHF near KY Sec St Rt 2698.

WB WHF near KY St Rt 81.

21 February 2023