| 21.41 km|
| Cumberland Parkway in Somerset|
KY 80 / Cumberland Parkway / Hal Rogers Parkway in Somerset
Kentucky Route 914 is a highway in Somerset, Kentucky that encircles the city of Somerset.
Kentucky Route 914 Wikipedia
KY 914 begins at an interchange with the Cumberland Parkway northwest of Somerset in Pulaski County, heading south as a four-lane divided highway. The road passes through farm fields and comes to an intersection with KY 80/KY 6014. Here, KY 80 turns south to form a concurrency with KY 914, and the two routes head through a mix of farmland and woodland with some development. KY 80 splits to the west and KY 914 continues south-southeast through agricultural areas. The road intersects the southern terminus of KY 3261 and passes between residential areas to the west and farmland to the east prior to crossing KY 1577. The route passes through more agricultural areas with some nearby development and reaches a junction with KY 1642. At this point, KY 914 curves east and heads into business areas, intersecting US 27. The road continues past commercial development and heads northeast into farmland, intersecting the eastern terminus of KY 1642. The route continues into a mix of farm fields, woods, and industrial development, where it intersects the southern terminus of KY 3057 and the northern terminus of former KY 2747. KY 914 comes to a bridge over a Norfolk Southern railroad line and crosses KY 1247. The road passes through wooded areas with some fields and reaches the junction with KY 769. Following this, the road curves north before heading northwest into farm fields and crossing KY 192. KY 914 continues northwest to its eastern terminus at KY 80.
The entire route is in Pulaski County.