Plans to build a landmark bridge that would revitalise Sunderland's economy by linking important business areas have been scrapped.
The New Wear Crossing was to be an imposing structure that would cost nearly 120 million pounds.
However, the council has not been able to find a construction company that can do the job at that price.
Kenny Toal sent this report from the site of the proposed bridge.
Watch it in full below.
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