The Sun's article lauding the opening of the Intercounty Connector ("Drivers rejoice as ICC debuts," Nov. 23) quotes failed governor wannabe Douglas Duncan, "I think people will find it is worth it." If anyone really believed it was worth it, they would have charged a toll that would pay for it. The Sun neglected to mention whether its readers felt the ICC was worth paying doubled tolls on the Baltimore harbor tunnels, the Bay Bridge, and the Susquehanna River bridges.
Is flying out of Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport worth it? How long could we have instead used that $2.56 billion to helicopter people to BWI? The highway will speed (at only 55 mph) trucks to Montgomery County — although a trucking firm recently told the Washington Post it planned to stick to the Capital Beltway because the ICC isn't worth it.