The Cost for a New Bridge
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Construction of bridges across the Ohio River linking Louisville with southern Indiana is creating new business investment and jobs in that region. This is further evidence that failing to move forward on construction of a new Brent Spence Bridge in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati – which carries both Interstates 75 and 71 across the Ohio […]

Today’s Cincinnati Enquirer story “Report scores: Brent Spence in decline” once again shows why the aging and deteriorating span needs to be replaced. While the bridge may be structurally sound, decaying concrete, clogged drains that result in water pooling during heavy rains and rusting steel create situations that make the bridge unsafe to travel. Just last […]

MEDIA RELEASE   For immediate release: May 6, 2014 Contact:Patrick Crowley859-462-4245   Build Our New Bridge Coalition announces support for needed legislation in Ohio to advance the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project   CINCINNATI, OH – The Build Our New Bridge Now Coalition is announcing its support for Ohio House Bill 533, legislation that […]

The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors voted Wednesday to take a new position on the issue, acknowledging that construction will not happen without alternative funding for the project, including tolls and calling on state lawmakers to take the first step by passing a bill to allow public-private partnerships in Kentucky. Watch this […]

For more than a decade, Northern Kentucky’s business community has been united in the belief that the aging, overcrowded Brent Spence Bridge is unsafe, inhibits economic growth and needs to be replaced. Now, for the first time, it is also united in the belief that a public-private partnership and tolls are the best route forward […]

The region cannot afford to wait to replace the Brent Spence Bridge – and tolling is the best and swiftest route forward, a group of the region’s top CEOs said on Monday. “The time has come for action and we are ready to act,” they said in a letter to The Enquirer. It is the […]


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