George V. Voinovich ‘Innerbelt Bridge’ finally open, complete

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The George V. Voinovich 'Innerbelt Bridge' is officially complete and open as part of a six-year, $566 million construction project.

Over the weekend, crews removed the eastbound alternate route plan.

Beginning at 6 a.m. today, Interstate 90 East and Interstate 71 North were opened up to two lanes to access the Innerbelt Bridge.

The entrance from State Route 176 to the bridge also reopened for a total of five lanes in the eastbound direction.

The West 14th Street entrance ramp to Interstate 90 eastbound also reopened, and access from Interstate 90 east to Carnegie Avenue was also returned.

Continuing coverage here. 

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