Clark Memorial Bridge

Thunder Over Louisville

LouisvilleKY bridge closes this Thursday for Thunder

Louisville, KY.  The Clark Memorial/2nd Street Bridge will close Thursday, April 11, in preparation for Thunder Over Louisville. We ask your help in communicating this information to the public in the coming days. The Louisville Metro Police Department will release their Thunder traffic plan on Tuesday, April 9. CLARK MEMORIAL/2ND STREET BRIDGE CLOSURES THUNDER WEEK: Thursday, April 11th:  9:30 a.m. – CLOSED thru Sunday at 2 p.m. Friday, April 12th: CLOSED ALL DAY Saturday, April 13th: CLOSED ALL DAY Sunday, April 14th: CLOSED Midnight to 2:00 p.m.   BIG FOUR PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE: The Big Four Pedestrian Bridge will be closed from 11 a.m. –…


Thunder Over Louisville

Attention LouisvilleKY: Clark Memorial Bridge to close THURSDAY for Thunder

Louisville, KY.  The Clark Memorial/2nd Street Bridge will close Thursday, April 20, in preparation for Thunder Over Louisville.   CLARK MEMORIAL/2ND STREET BRIDGE CLOSURES THUNDER WEEK:   Thursday, April 20th:  9:30 a.m. – CLOSED thru Sunday at 2 p.m. Friday, April 21st: CLOSED ALL DAY Saturday, April 22nd: CLOSED ALL DAY Sunday, April 23rd: CLOSED Midnight to 2:00 p.m.   BIG FOUR PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE:   The Big Four Pedestrian Bridge will be closed from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Friday, April 21, for the air show practice window. On Thunder day (Saturday), it will also close at 9 a.m. until…


downtown bridge

With Happy Bridge News, a Little Bridge History with Cyndy Tandy

On Oct. 12, Mayor Greg Fischer and Governor Steve Beshear announced some very happy and welcome news — the new downtown bridge will be open earlier than expected. Traffic, Gov. Beshear said, could be going across the new bridge by Dec. 25, so Merry Christmas to all. Here’s a little bridge history, courtesy of Cyndy Tandy and Louisville Uncovered.        


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Some Original Thinking on Bridges

What if. . . the community’s leaders got behind a plan to build smaller, less expensive local-access bridges right now. Architect Steve Wiser has a plan that he says is do-able right now to help fix the area’s transportation problems. Wiser wants to build at least three local-access bridges, at $100 million each, that could be carrying traffic within five years. He’s holding a press conference Wednesday at the K&I Bridge, and hopes that some public officials, including members the Metro Council, will show up and listen. Wiser points out that crossing the Ohio River around here, even before the…