Gov. Malloy and Metro-North meet to discuss how to fix Norwalk bridge from getting stuck again

The bridge has gotten stuck open twice in

The bridge has gotten stuck open twice in two weeks. (June 9, 2014 5:29 PM)

Gov. Dannel Malloy met with Metro-North officials Monday in New York City to discuss how to prevent a Norwalk bridge from getting stuck again and delaying train traffic.

A 118-year-old swing bridge over the Norwalk River has gotten stuck open twice in the past two weeks, causing delays on Metro-North. Metro-North officials say the rails that lock the bridge in place get stuck when it's lifted...

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