Five bridges in Cuyahoga County to receive state funding for renovations, demolitions
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The State announced an increase in yearly funding for local bridge projects throughout the city, hoping to improve travel throughout Ohio.
In total, the state will allocate $47.5M over the next five years for 24 different bridges to either be rehabilitated, replaced, or demolished. In Cuyahoga County, five bridges will see state funding used for construction:
- Martin Luther King Jr. Drive - $2,000,000
- Garfield Parkway - $1,567,500
- Old Highland Road - $2,000,000
- Greenhurst Drive - $516,000
- Enterprise Parkway - $1,187,500
The funding will go until 2025/2026 depending on the length of the project. Each local municipality must cover 5% of the cost, with the state providing the other 95%.
For more information on how local municipalities can apply for a future grant, visit the website here.
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