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April 2, 2024

Experts: new Key Bridge could cost at least $400M

  • An engineering professor predicts it could take five to seven years to build.
  • By BEN FINLEY and BRIAN WITTE
    Associated Press

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Rebuilding Baltimore's collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge could take anywhere from 18 months to several years, experts say, while the cost could be at least $400 million — or more than twice that.

    It all depends on factors that are still mostly unknown. They range from the design of the new bridge to how swiftly government officials can navigate the bureaucracy of approving permits and awarding contracts.


     
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