Former Covington Mayor Calls for Federal Funding for the Brent Spence Bridge

Yesterday  , in an op-ed published by the River City News and the Enquirer, Former Covington Mayor Chuck Scheper called for more federal funding for the Brent Spence Bridge project.


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The House will vote THIS WEEK on a bill to allow tolling on the Brent Spence Bridge.


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Controversial BSB Billboard gets Pulled for Creating Public Safety Issue

Lamar Advertising Digital Billboards Were Most Recently Used to Direct Traffic During Hopple Street Collapse

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“This would mean no new taxes, but more revenue, and it is a solution that should win support from both political parties”—Sen. Rand Paul

“This bipartisan repatriation proposal is a win-win for our economy and our country.” – Sen. Barbara Boxer

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Friday Fact Check: The "user fee" Myth

The phrase “user fee” is often mentioned by the pro-toll coalition—and sometimes the press—regarding tolling the Brent Spence Bridge. It was on full display again at this week’s press conference with Governors Beshear and Kasich.

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NKYUnited Statement on Beshear/Kasich Press Conference

“We believe Governor Beshear will keep the promise he made to Northern Kentucky”

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The Frankfort Double Standard

Rep. Leslie Combs (D-Pikeville) plans to introduce a P3 bill that will allow tolls on the Brent Spence Bridge in the next few weeks. We need you to contact her and tell her to support an exemption for tolls on the bridge.

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New Poll Shows Bipartisan Opposition to BSB Tolls

Northern Kentucky opposes BSB tolls more than 2-1; willing to wait for federal funding even if it means delaying the project

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A Pig on The Bridge

Editorial cartoonist for NKY's newest online daily news source, the Northern Kentucky Tribune, has some thoughts on tolls and the Brent Spence Bridge.

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ICYMI: Comer/McDaniel Call for Review of BSB Project

Candidates say Tolls Not the Answer; Call for review of the project and “spending according to the return on investment."

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