Covington's John A. Roebling Bridge will be closed for more than nine months for a restoration project.
The historic bridge, which sees about 9,000 vehicles a day, was closed on Feb. 15 to vehicles.
The $4.7 million project includes masonry work and repairing and replacing sections of the bridge's sandstone towers. In 2019, the bridge was closed for four months after chunks of sandstone fell from one of the towers into the river.
The bridge is expected to reopen to traffic by the end of November, with the overall project slated for completion by Dec. 31, according to a news release from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
The bridge's pedestrian walkway will remain open during the closure.