Beltway blues: Curtis Creek bridge still stuck up
The problem reported earlier with the Curtis Bay Drawbridge, stuck in the upright position while closing the inner loop of the Baltimore Beltway near Exits 1 and 2, is proving difficult to resolve.
Teri Moss, a spokeswoman for the Maryland Transportation Authority, now says the mechanical problem could last well into the night. She said the authoriity is trying to use a crane to bring the span back to where it belongs and that officials hope to have the bridge fixed by the morning issue. Meanwhile, traffic continues to be diverted away from the Key Bridge.
So, at least for now, things remain up in the air.