Ohio DOT to realign Cleveland bridge by four inches

05/7/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

The Ohio Department of Transportation will begin work this weekend on Cleveland's deteriorating Inner Belt Bridge. The $890,000 project will lift and realign the 5,078-foot-long bridge four inches to the west. When originally built in 1959, the Inner Belt Bridge piers were not properly anchored into bedrock, which has caused the bridge to shift over time.

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