Arlington Memorial Bridge To Receive Repairs

Published November 30, 2017

The Washington Post writes, “In a rare bit of good news for the Washington region’s aging transportation infrastructure, the National Park Service announced Friday that it had approved a $227 million project to repair and rehabilitate Arlington Memorial Bridge, a major commuter artery traveled by 68,000 vehicles a day.”

The Arlington Memorial Bridge is over 85 years old and has been in need of repair for a while. With the new funds, repair can start 18 months earlier than originally planned.

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Effort to fix aging Arlington Memorial Bridge receives a $227 million boost. (2017). The Washington Post. Source: