Working together to improve the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor


The Brent Spence Bridge is structurally sound and will remain in service for local traffic. To maintain a smooth passage of freight along the vital I-71/75 national corridor, a new companion bridge will be built for through traffic, enhancing traffic flow for both regional and national travelers.

Brent Spence Bridge New I71/75 Bridge

Kentucky & Ohio

As the new companion bridge is built, multiple projects along the eight-mile I-71/75 corridor on either end of the Brent Spence Bridge will be completed to improve travel and safety in the Bluegrass and Buckeye states. Ohio's Department of Transportation and Kentucky's Transportation Cabinet will manage these improvements.

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This historic $3.6 billion infrastructure investment creates multiple opportunities for both businesses and individuals. The project team is committed to diversity and inclusivity in workforce and business engagement, reflective of the diverse region where we live and work.

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Public Involvement & Comments

ODOT and KYTC are conducting robust public involvement to gain insight and receive feedback.
Find out how the project team is working with the community to ensure stakeholder voices are heard and community needs are integrated into the project plan.

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Learn more about the status of funding improvements along the eight-mile Brent Spence Bridge Corridor.

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Document Center

Find historical documentation and background information on the Brent Spence Bridge and other project materials.

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Environmental Process

Environmental Process

Learn more about the process that guides federally-funded projects and public engagement throughout all phases of project development.

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