Production Pulse: The Loss of Baltimore's Key Bridge

April 4, 2024


The March 26 collapse of Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge resulted the losses of six lives, one of the busiest land routes on the East Coast and the temporary halt of shipping traffic through the No. 1 port for automotive imports and exports in the United States. Throughout the past week, editors at several IndustryWeek parent company Endeavor Business Media publications have been writing about the catastrophe, none more so than Roads & Bridges magazine

For our bi-weekly Production Pulse livestream video series, we invited several of those editors to talk about the loss of the bridge, what that will do to shipping, how it could impact worker safety, how other reports will respond to the snarls and what's next for Baltimore. Speakers were:

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