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.