The state's road map to the future or the six year road plan was unveiled Wednesday.
The new highway plan was presented before the senate transportation committee.
The road map for the future focuses on building, maintaining, and improving Kentucky's highways to pave the way for safer roads leading to economic opportunities for all Kentuckians.
The plan includes $4.8 billion in federally funded highway programs and $3 billion in state funded programs.
And it includes over $948 million in pavement repair and bridge replacement projects.
Representative Brett Guthrie of Bowling Green says he is pleased with that this administration has presented a plan which emphasizes safety and economic development.