Maryland state leaders and local communities agree that traffic at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is a problem, and something needs to change. But that’s where the common ground ends. The state’s Bay Bridge Crossing Study has narrowed down the possible locations for a new Bay Bridge span to three, and for the first time, communities got a chance to voice their concerns.
Cheryl Costello reports from a packed house at one of this fall’s public open houses. Watch below:
For the full schedule of MDTA’s public open houses, click here.