ODOT puts in a traffic pattern change on the inbound Innerbelt Bridge, but no signs have been put in place to warn drivers.
CLEVELAND - Cleveland saw the opening of the new Innerbelt bridge over the weekend - at least for westbound drivers.
The official completion of the first half of the Innerbelt bridge ends years of traffic shifts and construction work. The Ohio Department of Transportation held a ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier this month.
If you haven't had a chance to see the new bridge yet, take a drive down Interstate 90 with Chief Photographer Mike Harris as he rolls over it in the video to the left.
He gets up to the bridge at the 1:40 mark.
The bridge is 10 feet lower than the old one, and is supposed to offer better views of downtown Cleveland, officials said.
Innerbelt Bridge Coverage
A ramp in Tremont will be temporarily reopened for Friday morning's commute.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is closing I-90 eastbound closure Thursday morning at 9, which means commuters should expect major delays along a number of highways
Cleveland saw the opening of the new Innerbelt bridge over the weekend - at least for westbound drivers.
The Tremont neighborhood has been hit especially hard with street closings and detours during the construction of the new Innerbelt Bridge. Now that the bridge is opening, much of the heavy construction should taper off.
The new westbound Innerbelt bridge, which was set to open to traffic Saturday, has been delayed until Sunday or Monday.
Two new Innerbelt Bridge construction projects will affect west side inbound drivers for the next three years.
The Innerbelt Bridge project is making a major change to your commute.
The East 9th Street ramp to Interstate 90 west and Interstate 71 south is now closed and will remain closed for two months as work on the new Innerbelt Bridge project begins.