Check out the below FAQs that have been submitted by residents of both Kentucky and Ohio. Have a question and don't see it here? Submit it here and we'll get back to you.
What properties will be affected by the construction project and what is the current status?
Why wouldn't this corridor be rebuilt entirely using federal or state funds?
How will the project be paid for?
Why is it important to move forward now?
What about building a cross-county highway through Northern Kentucky instead?
With all the trucks that use the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor and contribute to the congestion, wear and tear, why not just route all truck traffic around I-275?
Is there concern over the bridge's safety?
Will the old bridge be open during the building process?
Will current highway exits be affected?
Why isn't transit being considered instead of a new $2.6 billion bridge?
What about a new bypass of greater Cincinnati connecting the Dayton area to Northern Kentucky?
About TollingFor more information, visit Why Tolls?
Why do we need a toll?
Won't tolls cause more delays?
Won't people just divert to other routes to avoid tolls?
How much will tolls cost? And will they increase?
Will semis have to pay a larger toll?
How do you pay a toll if there are no toll booths?
How do you pay a toll if you don't have a transponder?
Will the tolling technology installed on the Brent Spence Bridge complement tolling methods used in other parts of the country?
About P3sFor more information, visit About Public-Private Partnerships
What is a public-private partnership, and why is it needed for the Brent Spence Bridge?
Will the private entity be required to set aside deferred maintenance costs for the bridge as a result of the partnership?
I heard public-private partnerships can be done without tolling. Is this true?
Business and Community Concerns
How will local businesses be impacted?
How will the new corridor be configured to improve safety?
Will any historic sites or areas be affected?
Will local parks or community centers be affected?
How much freight travels through the corridor each year?
Will the bridge include a pedestrian and/or bike crossing?
What will the new bridge be called?
How long will a new bridge last?
What are the economic benefits of the project?