Work on the railroad overpass project in Columbus continues. Mayor Jim Lienhoop explains that the roadway alignment phase of the project is underway. He says this part of the project involves engineering determining where lanes should be and the tightness of the curves.
Mayor Lienhoop noted that some of the money being used for this project comes from the federal government, which means certain rules must be followed. Then, a closer look at how the project affects the river, as well as properties downstream.
Once completed, the project will result in an overpass taking vehicle traffic over the railroad tracks at State Road 11 and State Road 46.