After nearly six years of planning, there are serious differences between state
After nearly six years of planning, there are serious differences between state and local planners on what type of bridge would be the best replacement for the Carlton Bridge between Bath and Woolwich. The present choices are a fixed bridge concept with a 75-foot vertical clearance, or a vascular model with unlimited clearance. Engineers for the city of Bath say the unlimited-clearance model will cost $85 million, while the Maine Department of Transportation puts the cost at $100 million. There will be two public hearings next week to give midcoast residents and commuters information on the bridge project.
Chutchian, Kenneth Z., "After nearly six years of planning, there are serious differences between state" (1996). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 1711.
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