603 KAR 5:020. Pedestrian traffic on limited access facilities.


      RELATES TO: KRS 177.220, 177.230, 177.240


      NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: This administrative regulation is considered necessary to define pedestrian traffic and to protect such traffic on fully controlled limited access facilities which are especially designed for through traffic. The Transportation Cabinet will erect and maintain such signs as are required to notify pedestrian traffic where prohibition exists.


      Section 1. The Transportation Cabinet hereby prohibits pedestrian traffic within the rights of way of its existing fully controlled limited access facilities, and of its fully controlled limited access facilities to be built in the future. This administrative regulation shall apply to all pedestrian traffic except the following:

      (1) Persons actually engaged in work requiring their presence within the rights-of-way.

      (2) Persons using facilities, within the rights-of-way, which were, by design, intended for use by pedestrians such a sidewalks, pedestrian overpasses or underpasses, intersections tolerated during stage construction, etc.

      (3) Persons who, because of emergencies or other conditions beyond their control, find it necessary to travel on foot within the rights-of-way. (HIWA-LIM ACC, Sec. 6, par. a; 1 Ky.R. 37; eff. 10-2-74.)