A look at design of east end of Ohio River Bridges Project

The East End Bridge, the Indiana portion of the Ohio River Bridges Project that spans the river between Ohio and Kentucky, will feature a design that could better resist "wind, seismic and other load demands, and is a more redundant and robust structure" than the previous proposed design, according to WVB East End Partners. The "convex diamond-tower cable-stayed structure" will have a cable system that could last for up to 75 years. Construction of the eastern span and the roads leading to it will cost about $763 million.

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