As of Monday, drivers can once again cross the Harrods Creek Bridge in eastern Jefferson County. But while the bridge is open to traffic, but construction isn’t yet complete.
The nearly century-old bridge along River Road in eastern Jefferson County was shut down in November of 2008, after a state inspector deemed it unsafe for automobile traffic.
Legal battles have delayed the completion date for reconstruction of the Harrods Creek Bridge in eastern Jefferson County. It was closed by state inspectors last November due to safety concerns.
The Louisville mayor’s office says the project to widen the Harrods Creek Bridge on River Road will resume soon. Mayor’s spokesperson Kerri Richardson says the conservation group River Fields is dropping its legal challenges to the construction. “From what we can tell the proper paperwork has not yet been filed in federal court, but we… Continue reading Officials: Harrods Creek Bridge Project To Resume
The Harrods Creek Bridge construction site in eastern Jefferson County remains idle this week after a federal judge ordered that renovation work on the one-lane span be halted. The environmental group River Fields has filed two lawsuits in an attempt to prevent Louisville Metro Government from widening the nearly century-old bridge to two lanes. The… Continue reading Harrods Creek Bridge Work Still At A Halt
A second lawsuit has been filed by the River Fields conservation group over the closing of the Harrods Creek Bridge.
The rebuilding and widening of the Harrods Creek Bridge in eastern Jefferson County is expected to begin soon.
An attorney for River Fields says he’s optimistic that a ruling will come soon in the conservation group’s lawsuit against Louisville Metro Government over the planned expansion of the Harrods Creek bridge in eastern Jefferson County. City officials announced Tuesday that they’ll move ahead with plans to widen the one-lane bridge to two lanes, despite… Continue reading River Fields Responds To City Plans For Harrods Creek Bridge