The Combs-Hehl Bridge connects Kentucky to Ohio and spans the Ohio River east of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the eastern-most Ohio River crossing in the Cincinnati metropolitan area.
The Combs-Hehl Bridge opened on December 19, 1979 as the last segment of Interstate 275 to be completed in Kentucky and Ohio.(1) Named after the Combs-Hehl Bridge after former governor Bert Combs and Campbell County Judge-Executive Lambert Hehl, the new span carried six-lanes of traffic and two full left and right shoulders.
- Designation: Interstate 275
- Crosses: Ohio River
- Bridge type: Cantiliver
- Number of lanes: 6
- Cost: $30.5 million
- Clade Wade Bailey Bridge at Structurae
- Combs-Hehl Bridge at Cincinnati Transit
- Interstate 275 in Kentucky
- Reis, Jim. “I-75 changed face of northern Kentucky.” Kentucky Post 8 July 2002. 26 Nov. 2007: 4K.