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The Northern Avenue Bridge is being replaced, and the city is debating just who will be allowed to use it

It has been nearly four years since anyone could walk across the old Northern Avenue Bridge, and two decades since you could drive across it.

Now, with an $80 million to $100 million redevelopment of the decrepit span getting underway, the Walsh administration is mulling who’ll get to use it in the future: bikes, buses — or cars, too.

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