Brent Spence Bridge Corridor
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    Motorists are 3 to 5 times more likely to have a wreck along the corridor than on any other portion of the interstate systems of Ohio, Kentucky or Indiana.
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    Traffic congestion on the Brent
    Spence Bridge costs an average
    of 3.6 million hours of delay for
    passenger cars every year.
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    Every year of delay in the start of construction cost the taxpayers nearly $75 to $85 million per year in inflation alone.
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    650 calls for help are made by Brent Spence Bridge motorists annually.
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    Roughly 1.6 million gallons of fuel
    are wasted annually due to traffic

Whether you're a resident of the Greater Cincinnati area or just an infrastructure enthusiast, you know what an important project this is. From faster commute times and fewer gallons of fuel wasted, to fewer crashes and a more vibrant economy, maintaining the existing Brent Spence Bridge, building a companion bridge, and making changes along the nearly-8 mile corridor is a win-win for the entire region.

Here you can find out more about the background of the Brent Spence Bridge, check out renderings of a new companion bridge and roadway.

Some of the content on this website was initially developed in 2013 and may be out dated. For information about the current maintenance project on the Brent Spence Bridge, click here.

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