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Bridge on Mosby Ridge Road in Metcalfe Co. to be replaced

By Wes Watt

A project to replace a bridge on Mosby Ridge Road in Metcalfe County is set to begin Thursday, June 30, 2022. The project will close the road at the bridge over East Fork Little Barren River at mile point 0.2. The bridge is expected to reopen in mid-September.

A signed detour utilizing Society Hill Road, KY 533 Breeding Hill Road and Lewis Free Road will be in place. Central Bridge Co. LLC was awarded the contract in May for a total of $876,767.


The bridge is being replaced under the Bridging Kentucky Program. Bridging Kentucky is a program to improve the safety and soundness of the Commonwealth's bridges by rehabilitating, repairing, or replacing critical bridges throughout the state. For more information on Bridging Kentucky and other bridge projects, please visit http://BridgingKentucky.com.

This story was posted on 2022-06-28 17:34:06
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