The Brent Spence Bridge, built in 1963, in front of the Cincinnati skyline carries tens of thousands more vehicles a day than it was designed to handle, with accidents reaching an all-time high in 2015. It is one of many bridges nationwide that governors would like upgraded or replaced amid talk of infrastructure investment.
The Brent Spence Bridge, built in 1963, in front of the Cincinnati skyline carries tens of thousands more vehicles a day than it was designed to handle, with accidents reaching an all-time high in 2015. It is one of many bridges nationwide that governors would like upgraded or replaced amid talk of infrastructure investment. Al Behrman AP
The Brent Spence Bridge, built in 1963, in front of the Cincinnati skyline carries tens of thousands more vehicles a day than it was designed to handle, with accidents reaching an all-time high in 2015. It is one of many bridges nationwide that governors would like upgraded or replaced amid talk of infrastructure investment. Al Behrman AP

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