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NEWS

Cline Avenue Bridge Provides Update to Congressional Staff

East Chicago, Ind., November 22, 2019 – Cline Avenue Bridge, LLC, owned and operated by United Bridge Partners, welcomed staff members from Indiana’s Region congressional representatives at their facility on November 18. The visit provided an opportunity for representatives to learn about the project and how this public-private partnership is playing a vital role in improving local transportation infrastructure. 
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Cline Avenue Bridge Moves Closer to Completion After Achieving Another Construction Milestone

   

East Chicago, Ind., November 13, 2019 – Cline Avenue Bridge, LLC, owned and operated by United Bridge Partners, announces the completion of a construction milestone: all 685 concrete segments that will comprise the bridge’s driving deck are now complete, and over 270 have been erected since March 2019. This achievement further demonstrates that a significant portion of behind-the-scenes work is finished and that the project is well on its way. 
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Cline Avenue Bridge Commits
$3 Million for Public Roadway Improvements

East Chicago, Ind., September 24, 2019 – Cline Avenue Bridge, LLC, owned and operated by United Bridge Partners, announces that it has committed $3 million to the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) for improvements to Indiana State Road 912. Also known as Cline Avenue, this route extends east and west of their bridge’s property. Work is currently underway and encompasses roughly two-and-a-half miles of INDOT roadway. These improvements will enhance drivers' experiences and ensure greater safety for the commuting public. (read the full story)

Cline Avenue Bridge Achieves Construction Milestone

East Chicago, Ind., August 9, 2019 – Cline Avenue Bridge, LLC, the private company rebuilding East Chicago’s Cline Avenue Bridge, announces that it has erected the first 100 segments that will comprise the bridge’s superstructure, which is the portion that sits atop the columns and includes the driving surface. It will take 685 segments to form the completed bridge, and this milestone marks that progress is well on its way. (read the full story)