This is another bridge that was designed by the engineering firm Modjeski and Masters.
|Street View, Apr 2019|
The upper deck has yet to be completed.
|1963 view via BridgeHunter, License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike (CC BY-SA)|
|Street View, Sep 2021|
The bridge was designed to carry 80-100,000 vehicles per day. It currently carries twice that volume.
The bridge was reconfigured in 1985 to provide an additional travel lane on each deck.
-- Before: three 12-feet lanes + approximately five-feet shoulders
-- Now: four 11-feet lanes + one-foot shoulders
Please click Sherman's link and scroll down for some details about the tortured history concerning the capacity improvement plans.
|1 of 3 photos posted by Bridges & Tunnels with Sherman Cahal|
The Brent Spence Bridge is looking better than ever after a routine painting and maintenance project was completed last year. This double-deck crossing carries Interstates 71 and 75 across the Ohio River between Covington, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio.
➵ Check out more photos and history of the Brent Spence Bridge at http://bridgestunnels.com/location/brent-spence-bridge/
I skipped to the chase concerning the documents and found:
|2022 Report, p16|
So after decades of consuming taxpayer's money for planning, they still don't have an Interstate Cooperative Agreement written.
Given the line "WORKING TOGETHER TO IMPROVE THE BRENT SPENCE BRIDGE CORRIDOR" on this website, I presume they finally signed an agreement.
I learned about this project because the design of the new Western Hills Viaduct interchange with I-75 has to coordinate with this project.