Congress won’t ride to rescue on Brent Spence Bridge

Mar 31, 2014

WASHINGTON – As Kentucky leaders continue to tussle over how to pay the $2.6 billion price tag for replacing the outdated Brent Spence Bridge, some clearly hope Congress will come to the rescue.

In arguing for a ban on tolls as a way to pay for the bridge, Kentucky state legislative leaders said earlier this month that the Brent Spence Bridge was the federal government’s “responsibility,” so Washington should come up with a way to pay for a much-needed new Ohio River crossing.  To read more click this link.