Arlington Memorial Bridge

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Dena Kennett, ASLA
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The proposal to build Arlington Memorial Bridge was brought before Congress almost constantly beginning in 1886. But it was the 1902 McMillan Plan, a document that guided development in and around D.C. for the next century, that helped make it a reality. Although World War I stopped the project from moving forward, D.C.’s first traffic jam brought the project back to life.

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