Potomac bridge wanted by 66 percent of surveyed voters


In the DMV area, two-thirds of people are in support of building a new bridge across the Potomac River to make traffic around the Beltway less congested, according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll. In Maryland, 69 percent of surveyed voters are in support of the new construction, 65 percent in Virginia, and 58 percent in Washington, D.C. Overall, 66 percent of DMV residents are in favor of the new bridge. The WTOP Beltway Poll is conducted by Heart + Mind Strategies, who examine attitudes toward several growth-related issues in the Washington area.

Reportedly, a new bridge over the Potomac River would be an estimated cost of $1 billion.


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