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The Preston corridor will be a vibrant, complete street that is safe, comfortable, and accessible for everyone traveling along the corridor. As an equitable economic hub, the Preston corridor will strengthen local businesses, enhance climate resiliency, and support the diverse communities who rely on it daily.


We are pleased to announce the release of the Public Review Draft of the Preston Corridor Plan! We believe this plan has the potential to make a real difference in our community, and we're excited to hear your thoughts.


As you go through the document, we encourage you to take notes and jot down any questions or comments you may have. Your feedback is critical to the success of this project. Once you've had a chance to review the plan, we'd love for you to take our survey. Your responses will help us better understand how to prioritize what comes next.


Thank you for your passion and interest in helping make Preston a more vibrant, safe, and accessible complete street that will save lives, strengthen local businesses, and better support all of the neighborhoods along it!


If you are a part of a neighborhood, business, or community group and would like to request a Metro representative attend an upcoming meeting of your organization, please fill out this public meeting presentation request. A team member will be in touch with you soon.

About the Preston Corridor

Extending 11 miles between downtown Louisville and the Jefferson County line, the Preston corridor connects many neighborhoods and people to jobs, shopping, entertainment, and key service and education centers including Louisville’s hospital district and the University of Louisville. But this key corridor is made of disjointed parts and travelling along it can be challenging.


Through this project, we are working with the Preston community to re-envision the corridor and develop a plan to guide future growth and redevelopment. We are also looking at how best to improve travel for all transportation modes, no matter if you’re in a car, on a bus, on a bike or on foot.

Join us as we work together to create a new vision for this important Louisville connector.

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