Sunday, April 2, 2017
Overhead Look At Year's Progress Building Fort Worth Bridges Over Dry Land
Know one knows, or is confessing to knowing, the real reason why the construction of these vitally needed bridges has been stalled for over a year.
These bridges are key to a direly needed flood control and economic development scheme which has been scheming along for most of this century, with little to show for the effort, even though, you know, it is vitally needed, to protect downtown Fort Worth from a flooding Trinity River, where no flooding has happened for well over a half century due to flood control levees successfully keeping the river in its place.
A couple days ago I blogged about America's Biggest Boondoggle's bridges. Someone named Anonymous then made an anonymous comment which led me to the two images you see here.
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Again Hoping To See Fort Worth Boondoggle's Bridge Under Construction":
These two images were taken a year apart.
The link in the Anonymous post went to a post in a forum devoted to the Trinity River Vision on a Fort Worth architecture website devoted to all the amazing architectural wonders in Fort Worth.
The Anonymous pair of images show the amount of progress made in a year of the Boondoggle boondoggling along. I think the second image is the more recent one due to the construction site looking, maybe, as if some progress has occurred....