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Anticipated Lane Closures During Inspection of Jesse Stuart Bridge

Published July 15, 2013

HUNTINGTON, W.VA. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announces that the Architectural and Engineering firm, Burgess and Miple, Inc. will be conducting an inspection of the Jesse Stuart Memorial Bridge July 17 through July 19. Traffic may be interrupted due to potential lane closures, however, the bridge itself is not anticipated to be closed to traffic at any time during the inspection.

The Jesse Stuart Memorial Bridge is a viaduct on top of the Greenup Locks and Dam on the Ohio River. The bridge, named after author and Greenup County, Kentucky native Jesse Stuart, was completed in 1984 and carries Kentucky Route 10 from the AA Highway/U.S. Route 23 intersection to the bridge itself, where it becomes State Route 253 to U.S. Route 52.

For more information, call the Public Affairs Office at 304-399-5353.


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Release no. PA13-43