Fort Avenue Bridge Underlighting Project Completed in South Baltimore (citybiz)

Fort Avenue Bridge Underlighting Project
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The Key Highway Community Association (KHCA), with support from Baltimore City Councilman Eric Costello, is pleased to announce that the Fort Avenue Bridge Underlighting Project has officially been completed. The lighting project was designed and installed by Gable, a Baltimore-based design firm, known for the redesign of Baltimore’s Domino Sugars sign.

The project includes the installation of colorful and unique LED lighting under the bridge which will be visible every night from Baltimore’s Key Highway, where many commuters travel on their way in and out of the city. The lights change colors for different local occasions, such as orange for Baltimore Orioles opening day or purple for Baltimore Ravens games.

“I want to thank Key Highway Community Association President Janan Broadbent for her persistence and commitment to this wonderful project,” said Councilman Costello. “Her vision comes to life as a profound way to celebrate this community and provides a warming welcome to the visitors of this great city.”

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