Italy Opens New Bridge, Two Years After Deadly Collapse

MILAN—Italy inaugurated a new bridge on a extend of highway connecting the port town of Genoa to France, nearly two years to the working day soon after its predecessor collapsed, killing 43 people and shining a mild on the dilapidated condition of the country’s infrastructure.

The new bridge—designed by star architect Renzo Piano and developed in minimal a lot more than a year—has become a image of pleasure for a lot of Italians just as the state is trying to restart its financial state following the coronavirus pandemic. More than 35,000 Italians have died from…