Beginning today, volunteers with the state’s Adopt-A-Highway program will scrub their designated roadsides.
The first full week of June marks the program’s “Summer Scrub Week,” according to a news release from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
The state’s Adopt-A-Highway program was established in 1988. Volunteers are assigned a 2-mile section of roadside to keep litter free.
According to KTC, there are 750 volunteer groups across the state which clean 5,100 miles of roadway.