The design choices for the new Brent Spence Bridge over the Ohio River between Kentucky and Ohio have been narrowed down to two, an arch bridge design and a double-tower cable-stayed bridge. If state officials opt to use a public-private partnership model, a request for proposals could be issued next year and construction may start by early 2015. The slide show in the article shows the planned approach to the $2.7 billion bridge, which has been made less complex by eliminating a flyover ramp.

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