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[KY 90]
New Kentucky 90 Bridge’s Appearance Draws Some Complains
Posted: 30-Oct-2005 11:45PM CST
Topics: [KY 90] [Pulaski County]

The decision to use weathered steel to construct a new KY 90 bridge over Lake Cumberland has drawn some criticism. The steel never needs to be painted; however, some say the brand new bridge already looks old and rusted.

The old two-lane bridge at the site (constructed in 1950) is in the process of being demolished.

More information: WKYT: New Bridge's Appearance Draws Some Complains (Oct. 12, 2005) [Outside Link]

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