A list of bridges over the Ohio River.
The Aetnaville Bridge crosses the west channel of the Ohio River between the former village of Aetnaville in Bridgeport, Ohio and Wheeling Island in Wheeling, West Virginia.
The Ambridge-Aliquippa Bridge carries 11th Street over the Ohio River between Ambridge and Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. It was originally referred to as the Ambridge-Woodlawn Bridge.
The Bellaire Interstate Toll Bridge crosses the Ohio River between Benwood, West Virginia and Bellaire, Ohio. It has been abandoned since 1991.
Big Four Railroad
The Big Four Bridge carries a pedestrian and cycling path over the Ohio River between Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville, Indiana. After years of being abandoned, the former railroad bridge was rehabilitated for non-vehicular use.
The Blennerhassett Bridge carries US 50 across the Ohio River between Belpre, Ohio to Parkersburg, West Virginia. It is distinctive for its tied-arch design and for its graceful crossing over Blennerhassett Island.
The Brandenburg Bridge, also known as the Matthew E. Welsh Bridge, carries KY 79 over the Ohio River between Brandenburg, Kentucky and Harrison County, Indiana.
Interstates 71 and 75
The Brent Spence Bridge carries Interstates 71 and 75 over the Ohio River between Covington, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Brookport-Paducah Bridge carries US 45 over the Ohio River between Brookport, Illinois and McCracken County, Kentucky.
Truck US 23
The Carl D. Perkins Bridge carries OH 852 and Truck US 23 across the Ohio River between Greenup County, Kentucky and Scioto County, Ohio.
Canadian National Railway, Formerly Illinois Central Railroad
Cairo, Illinois is served by the Illinois Central Railroad Bridge over the Ohio River, a major through line that is currently used by Canadian National Railway. It was the first railroad link completed between Chicago and New Orleans, and revolutionized rail travel along the Mississippi River.
US 51, US 60, US 62
The Cairo Bridge carries US 51, US 60 and US 62 over the Ohio River between Cairo, Illinois and Wickliffe, Kentucky.
The Central Bridge carries US 27 over the Ohio River between Newport, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Henderson Bridge carries CSX across the Ohio River between Henderson, Kentucky and Vanderburgh County, Indiana. It was originally built for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N).
The Ironton-Russell Bridge crosses the Ohio River between Ironton, Ohio and Russell, Kentucky. The original circa 1922 cantilevered truss crossing has been replaced with a cable-stayed suspension bridge that opened on November 23, 2016. It features the longest main span for a bridge, at 900 feet, in the state of Ohio.
The Lincoln Trail Bridge is a two-lane steel through arch bridge that carries IN 237 and KY 69 over the Ohio River between Indiana and Cannelton, Kentucky.
WV 2 Spur
Market Street Bridge carries WV 2 Spur and Market Street over the Ohio River between Steubenville, Ohio and Brooke County, West Virginia. The wire suspension bridge, fitted with Warren through trusses, was constructed in 1905 by the Ohio Steel Erection Company and the Penn Bridge Company of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. It was rehabilitated in 1981 and 2011.
The Milton-Madison Bridge is a continuous truss bridge that carries US 421 over the Ohio River between Milton, Kentucky and Madison, Indiana.
KY 2262, IN 161
The Owensboro Bridge carries KY 2262 and IN 161 across the Ohio River between Owensboro, Kentucky and Indiana.
The Paducah Bridge is a twin span tied-arch bridge on Interstate 24 over the Ohio River between Paducah, Kentucky and Metropolis, Illinois.
The William H. Natcher Bridge is a cable-stayed suspension crossing that carries US 231 over the Ohio River between Owensboro, Kentucky and Rockport, Indiana. It is the longest cable-stayed bridge over any inland waterway system in the United States.