| 2001 – present|
| KY 259 north of Rhoda|
Edmonson County, Kentucky
| KY 101 north of Chalybeate Springs|
Kentucky Route 3019 (KY 3019) is a rural, secondary state highway located entirely in Edmonson County in west-central Kentucky. Its length total is 1.882 miles (3.029 km).
Kentucky Route 3019 Wikipedia
The highway starts at a junction with KY 101 just north of Chalybeate Springs. It goes through downtown Rhoda, and it ends at a junction with KY 259 at Gate #2 of the Edmonson County Fairgrounds.
The first 1.162 miles (1.870 km) of KY 3019 was the original alignment of the final stretch of KY 101, and the other 0.72 miles (1.16 km) was originally KY 259 at a point where KY 259 followed a road coming in from the southeast. This was the original intersection of K 259 and KY 101 before the new alignment was completed in 2001.
In 2001, those above-mentioned designations became KY 3019 upon completion of a straighter stretch of the two major highways to cut a minute of driving time.