Kentucky has the largest professional transportation industry in the country.
The state is home to a major transportation hub in Louisville, and is the third largest in the nation, with more than one million drivers a year.
But as the state continues to struggle to find a solution to its traffic woes, there’s been an effort to make it easier for those in need to get around.
In fact, Kentucky is already working on a new version of its highway code that would expand on the current code to allow people who have disabilities to get through the city more quickly and affordably.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin announced the bill on Thursday, which is currently being considered by the Kentucky House Transportation Committee.
Bevin said that he’s been working with transportation officials to get this legislation passed, but said that his plan is to make the changes in his state a national model.
“The way we do this is to go back to the old rules and to get rid of the regulations,” Bevin told reporters Thursday.
Bevin said that this bill will make it more affordable for Kentucky drivers and will help people who are disabled get around quickly.
“We need to move this forward, and I’m going to try to do that with this legislation,” he said.
Louisiana is also working on its own transportation reforms, and the state’s transportation department has been working on making it easier to get across the state.
The state’s Transportation Commission will soon be created to make recommendations to the governor on how to make those changes.
While the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is still in the early stages of its work, there are already several other states in the process of adopting their own transportation codes.
South Carolina is in the midst of a similar effort to add an additional level of accessibility for people with disabilities.
Other states have also made strides toward making their roads and bridges more accessible to people with mobility disabilities.