ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — A new study from state transportation officials says an all-electric ferry across the Chesapeake Bay is not feasible.

The study found an all-electric ferry would cost too much and there isn’t one big enough to do the job.

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The original plan was to have the ferry act like a third span of the Bay Bridge.

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Major construction on the bridge wrapped up earlier this month, more than a year ahead of schedule.