Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Ferry Street bridge to reopen after 6 years

NEW HAVEN — The Ferry Street bridge is no longer a bridge to nowhere.

For Fair Haven and Fair Haven Heights, linked by the bridge across the Quinnipiac River, Saturday’s reopening after almost six years will spell the end of inconvenience, slow business and traffic problems.

The drawbridge, which was declared unsafe and closed in November 2002, will reopen at 1 p.m. with a city-sponsored party and ribbon-cutting.

Read the complete story at nhregister.com.

Register photo by Peter Casolino

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