Memo: To the next governor. After learning of your (and it doesn’t matter who wins, both gubernatorial candidates voiced the same position) interest in considering the re-use of the old Nice-Middleton Bridge as an outdoor recreation asset for bicyclists and pedestrians — a position shared by our congressional leadership — Gov. Larry Hogan and Maryland Department of Transportation Secretary Jim Ports sped up the process of not just opening the new bridge, but also doing enough damage to the old bridge to deny you the option of repurposing it.
Opinion: Lessons from the destruction of the old Nice-Middleton bridge.
October 27, 2022