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Delayed bridge to get rails, lights

A long-delayed pedestrian and bicycling bridge that will link southern Indiana with Kentucky could open in May if handrails and lights are installed in time, according to local officials.

Jeffersonville city engineer Andy Crouch told the News and Tribune that the city is waiting for the rails to be made and delivered.

That process should take up to eight weeks, and installation could take another three weeks.