Brent Spence Bridge, important conduit between Kentucky and Ohio, reopens

On Nov. 11, 2020, a fiery crash closed the Brent Spence Bridge, a double-decker cantilever truss bridge that spans the Ohio River, connecting Ohio and Kentucky. On the lower northbound deck of the bridge, a truck carrying potassium hydroxide, a hazardous material, crashed into a jackknifed truck at 2:45 a.m., causing the fire. After a six-week closure for repairs, the bridge reopened a day ahead of schedule, on Dec. 22.

Originally designed to accommodate 80,000 vehicles a day, the Brent Spence Bridge typically handles twice that, with approximately 160,000 vehicles navigating the corridor daily. The bridge carries interstates 71

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