Last major requirements from FHWA, U.S. DOT needed to move project to construction LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Federal transportation officials have approved the financing, management and tolling plans for the Ohio River Bridges Project, the last major federal requirements needed to begin construction on one of nation’s largest transportation improvements. The approval from the Federal Highway…Read More »
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LOUISVILLE – The Ohio River Bridges Project today received federal approval to proceed to construction with a cost-savings plan recommended by the governors of Kentucky and Indiana and Louisville’s mayor. The Federal Highway Administration issued the revised Record of Decision, approving the plan outlined nearly 18 months ago to build two new bridges across the Ohio…Read More »
By using the Contractors Information Exchange, you can express your firm’s interest in working on the Ohio River Bridges Project. The list is available for all to see. Use the links in the right column to either register or see all firms that have registered.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and Indiana Department of Transportation have reached an agreement that will help Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) interested in being part of the Ohio River Bridges Project. The two states have agreed to accept DBE certification from each other, which will allow firms certified in either state to qualify as DBEs in…Read More »
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The race to determine who will build a new downtown bridge and interstate connections in Louisville begins today with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s release of the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Downtown Crossing of the Ohio River Bridges Project. “We’re off and running,” said Gov. Steve Beshear. “We have moved from promises and planning…Read More »
Kentucky and Indiana today announced the finalist teams that will compete over the next several months to build the Ohio River Bridges Project, one of the nation’s largest transportation infrastructure improvements underway. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) narrowed the list of design-build teams from five to three. The experienced teams of bridge- and road-building professionals…Read More »