The Ohio River Bridges Downtown Crossing

EAST END CROSSING WEB SITE
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  • THE DOWNTOWN CROSSING

    Work began in the summer of 2013 with completion scheduled for late 2016.
    Here’s the work that is being done:

    • Build a new I-65 bridge with six northbound lanes
    • Reconfigure Spaghetti Junction (I-64, I-65 and I-71)
    • Reconfigure Indiana roadway and bridge approaches
    • Rehab Kennedy Bridge (I-65) with six southbound lanes
  • 2015 Construction Guide

    With an accelerated schedule to open the new Downtown bridge early, 2015 promises to be an even busier construction season. Click here to see the major work and traffic changes outlined for 2015.

  • Two-Minute Tours

    Construction began in June 2013 on the new I-65 bridge which will be carrying traffic in the winter of 2016. It is the centerpiece of the Downtown Crossing of the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. This series of videos provides a closer look at this once-in-a-lifetime project. Watch here.

  • CALL US OR SEND AN EMAIL

     

    Got a question about construction or traffic on the Downtown Crossing? Call the hotline at 888-ORB-1993 or 888-672-1993 or send us your comments/questions via email at downtowncrossing@walshgroup.com.

THE PROJECT

LIVE CONSTRUCTION WEB CAMERAS

View live images as webcams document bridge construction.

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Two-Minute Tours

See how construction is progressing by viewing a series of brief videos called the “Two-Minute Tours”

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Take A Tour of the Bridge Site

Sign-up to take a real tour of bridge site led by one of the construction engineers.

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PHOTO GALLERY

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Towers seen from IN shore
Towers seen from IN shore
Tower closest to IN shore at full height of 230 feet
Tower closest to IN shore at full height of 230 feet
First concrete for deck of Downtown Crossing is poured on Indiana approach
First concrete for deck of Downtown Crossing is poured on Indiana approach
Stay cables on tower closest to IN shore
Stay cables on tower closest to IN shore