ANNAPOLIS (WJZ/AP) — The decision on whether or not to build another Bay Bridge may have to wait, all because of the pandemic.
Under federal guidelines, officials need to hold in-person public meetings on the project before moving forward.READ MORE: National Weather Service Confirms EF-1 Tornado Hit Bowie, Second Tornado In Anne Arundel County
However, due to the pandemic, those meetings are not able to happen right now.READ MORE: ‘It’s Not Working,’ Council Member Frustrated At Relentless Violence In Baltimore As Police Defend Crime Plan
The MTA said they hope to reschedule hearings in the near future. A third span of the bridge has been talked about a lot recently. It is meant to help ease some of the traffic congestion that plagues the bridge over the summer.MORE NEWS: Civil Rights Lawyer Ben Crump Joins Lawsuit Against Baltimore City Public Schools