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Lewis and Clark Bridge Opens East End Crossing in Louisville

Lewis and Clark Bridge Opens East End Crossing in Louisville

Updated Aug 3, 2017

After years of planning and construction, the $763 million “East End Crossing” of the Ohio River, now renamed the Lewis and Clark bridge, finally opened Dec. 18 when the first 500 vehicles crossed the bridge. It will connect Louisville near Prospect to southern Indiana near Utica and officials say the major infrastructure project will also ease traffic congestion and make driving less stressful for motorists throughout southern Indiana and the greater Louisville Metro Area.

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Updated Oct 17, 2016

Many of the museums are strategically located a short walk from each other along West Main Street and run the gamut from local arts and crafts to a worldly collection of historical armaments. The Louisville Bats were recognized by Baseball America as the top AAA baseball team in America in 2010 and Slugger Field is one of the best kept fields in the league. No matter what type of music you’re in the mood for you’ll find it. There are venues for the blues, country, indie rock, and every other genre of music. If you’re thinking of a road trip then there’s plenty to do only a short drive from here. A tour of Bullitt Country might be in order, or perhaps a tour of the historic Victorian homes in Old Louisville. You’ll find a great mix of history, culture and fun no matter which direction you’re headed!

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