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Bridges Archives — Broken Sidewalk

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What if the Big Four Bridge knit together Louisville’s urban neighborhoods?

There's no denying that the Big Four Bridge is among the best things to happen to Louisville (and Southern Indiana) in a decade. Walking...

It’s time to open the K&I Bridge to pedestrians and cyclists

It's no secret that the conversion of the Big Four Bridge into a pedestrian and cyclist crossing over the Ohio River is a huge...

The Big Four Bridge’s light show dazzles, but is it the...

When describing Louisville to my Yankee comrades, the feature that dominates my depiction of the place is the Ohio River. The river is magnificent...

How New York City clears snow from the Brooklyn Bridge for...

Last month, we struck a nerve with our criticism for the Waterfront Development Corporation's decision not to clear the Big Four Bridge during winter weather...

Big Four Bridge will close to pedestrians and cyclists during Winter...

Less than a month ago, Mayor Greg Fischer stood in front of Metro Louisville's 265-member snow team and declared the city ready for this year's...

With Big Four Bridge To Open Next Year, Jeffersonville Park Unveiled

On Thursday, July 19, Wayne Estopinal didn't know what kind of response he would receive when he stood in front of a crowd in...

Indiana’s Bridge Boondoggle, Part 4: A Better Plan

In the first three parts of this series, I discussed how Indiana so badly botched its negotiation with Kentucky on the Louisville bridges project...

Bridges Progressing at the Parklands of Floyds Fork

One of the most important developments in the country broke ground in Louisville in May 2011. The sheer size of the park system planned...

Indiana’s Bridge Deal Boondoggle, Part 1: A Financial Fiasco

- Indiana gives away $1.7 billion to Kentucky - - Indiana’s costs up by $200 million while total project costs decline by $1.5 billion - -...