A new study says the congested Woodrow Wilson Bridge, which spans the Potomac River is performing poorly and will continue to deteriorate unless "major action" is taken to improve it.

The federally funded coordination committee for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Improvement Study commissioned the study by the New York engineering firm Hardesty & Hanover to help determine the best alternative for rehabilitating the 30-year-old bridge.

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