You've probably seen the large rusting relic in Fort Point Channel in the Seaport — it's Boston's Northern Avenue Bridge, and there are conflicting views about what to do with it.
The Coast Guard says get rid of it. Some say preserve it, as it represents old industrial Boston.
The bridge was shut down to cars more than a decade ago and closed off to pedestrians in 2014. Now, city officials have multimillion-dollar plans to redevelop the bridge. But this has caused some debate over how it should be used, and who should be able to use it — be it pedestrians and cyclists, public transit and emergency vehicles, or drivers.
This segment aired on August 15, 2018.