Washington DC's Arlington Memorial Bridge fully reopens after 2 years
When Case you're out driving, and you haven't heard this yet the cones are gone. All six lanes air now open on the Arlington Memorial Bridge. After over two years, constructionism for the project has been a success. It's come in on time and on budget, and it will extend the life of the bridge first. 75 years that was Interior Secretary David Bernhardt at the bridge is reopening. This was the first complete rehab in the bridge is 88 year, history work has been done on the historic granite and the bridges, support and road service have all been replaced. But Jonathan Schafer with the National Park Service says that this is more than just a transportation project. Arlington Memorial Bridge is a monument to the sacrifices of our nation's veterans. It's a ceremonial entrance to nation's capital, Luke Luker w T. O P. News.