It was called the Innerbelt Bridge, but it is now called the George V. Voinovich Bridge.
When the I-90 bridge opened to traffic on August 15, 1959, it was the widest bridge in Ohio with four lanes in each direction. It was a deck truss arch bridge. [cleveland.com1] It was recently replaced by two deck delta-girder bridges. Each new bridge has five lanes and a shoulder. Both bridges were open to traffic in September, 2016. The bridge is 136 feet over the river. [ODOT-FAQ]
First, they built a new westbound bridge...
|From Google Map, Ohio DOT link is broken.|
While the second bridge is being built, 8 lanes of traffic are being squeezed down to 6 lanes with no shoulder.
I don't know if the number of lanes in each direction was changed depending on the time of day or if they always had four lanes going west and two going east.
|An august 3, 2015 posting, this web page has other photos|
[The piers are built and the deltas are started. Note the temporary top cords to use one span to balance the other until the spans are completed.]
|They changed the lighting to red and green for Christmas, Cleveland Innerbelt Facebook Page.|
ceacisp, there are some construction photos on this page. Some include the old bridge in the background.
[They used a barge-mounted crane to build the span over the river. In Chicago, they sometimes use a barge-mounted crane to build buildings.]
ODOT has a Flickr page of construction photos.