The State Highway Administration has opened the $9.1 million Mount Savage Road Bridge over Jennings Run. The bridge replaced the 91-year-old span that was among structurally deficient bridges in Maryland that Governor Hogan had promised to address. The original bridge was built in 1929. A memorial, dedicated to Mount Savage residents who served as “Dough Boys” during World War I was removed during construction, and has been restored. It will be moved to a new location on the pedestrian memorial bridge on Monday.