Lack of money could torpedo Ohio River bridge project

May 11, 2007
Indiana can pay its share of replacing the aging truss bridge linking Madison and Milton, Ky., but Kentucky can't afford its portion of the long-planned project.

Funding prospects are so bleak that Kentucky not only can't go ahead with the $500 million bridge, but is putting off three other Ohio River bridges, according to Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Karl Browning.

Browning, quoted in the Madison Courier, said the 1929-vintage Madison-Milton bridge is structurally sound.
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