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Pure conjecture but looking at the map would it make sense to basically extend Suitland parkway across the current span and basically disconnect south capitol street?

That way:
People coming along suitland parkway or 295 still have a direct connection to the bridge.

South Capitol turns into Firth Stirling and that's how you use the bridge if you're coming up that way.

Then you can begin un-trenching South Capitol by the stadium.

Then you could the ramps into poplar point and instead just keep that route on the surface and have less of a need for a complicated scheme like above because basically you just have an interchange for 295 and Suitland parkway before the bridge.

by drumz on Jan 2, 2013 2:52 pm • linkreport

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