Maryland transportation planners have given the public until May 10 to offer opinions on plans to build a new Chesapeake Bay Bridge. We don’t need that long. Here’s ours: Nuts. That’s what the Maryland Transportation Authority must be if there is anyone who honestly believes this will ever happen. And that’s what the defiant response should be from area residents whose lives would be paved over by this highway builders’ fever dream. Last week, the authority released its report on the four options for the proposed third Chesapeake Bay Bridge crossing span that the public can now comment on through May 10.
Our Say: Maryland wants comments on a third Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Here’s ours: Nuts.
March 2, 2021