The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to place a lane and load width restricition on the US 60 Green River Bridge at Spottsville in Henderson County on Tuesday, October 6. The work zone lane and 9 ft. load width restriction is to allow a detailed inspection of the bridge structure. A climb team will be on the bridge, as well as a snooper truck. Motorists should be prepared to encounter one lane traffic with alternating flow controlled by flaggers from approximately 8:00 a.m. to approximately 3:00 p.m., CST, on Tuesday, weather permitting. Motorists should be alert for stopped traffic on the bridge approaches. Delays should be less than four minutes. Appropriate caution is required where equipment, flaggers, and maintenance personnel are on the bridge deck in close proximity to traffic flow. All Kentucky bridges get a detailed inspection every two years with long-span bridges over lakes and rivers getting an additional walk-through safety inspection annually. The Spottsville Bridge is located at US 60 mile point 19.388 in Henderson County. Also known as the Richard W. Owen Memorial Bridge, the 797 foot long structure was built as a toll bridge and opened to traffic in 1931. Tolls were removed in August 1945. Approximately 3,000 vehicles cross the bridge in an average day. The US 60 Green River Bridge at Spottsville is 9 miles east of the US 41 Cloverleaf at Henderson and about 6 miles west of the Henderson-Daviess County Line. The Spottsville Bridge is at Green River navigation mile point 8.6.