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.
Traffic congestion on the Brent
Spence Bridge costs an average
of 3.6 million hours of delay for
passenger cars every year.
Putting a shovel in the ground by 2015 will save taxpayers nearly $75 million per year in inflation savings alone.
650 calls for help are made by Brent Spence Bridge motorists annually.
Roughly 1.6 million gallons of fuel
are wasted annually due to traffic
If we don't build it now, a new Brent Spence Bridge won't be built until at least 2040.
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 accidents and a more vibrant economy, refurbishing and replacing the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor is a win-win for the entire region.
And by visiting the project website, you've come to the right place for up-to-date and accurate news and information on this important regional project. Here you can find out more about the background of the Brent Spence Bridge, check out renderings of the new bridge and roadway, get the scoop on what's coming up next and connect with us on social media. Have a question to ask or feedback to provide? Check out the Questions + Comments section to give us your two cents.