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I think the new locks are parallel to the existing set, and after the new path is complete, the legacy locks are still going to be active.

Little known fact. Until they closed the Brooklyn Navy Yard, all navy ships were designed low enough that they could sail under the Brooklyn Bridge.

I have to admit, I'm fascinated by path dependency issues.

The new locks are to accomodate much larger ships. Smaller ships will still be able to use the upgraded locks.

One problem I've been experiencing a lot more of broken/frozen docks. They don't let me take any bike out.

A call into the customer service lines says the key is fine, there is something wrong with the dock.

In the past month, probably has happened to me 5-6 times.

There are plenty of ships smaller than current PANAMAX standards that are sailing today. Over time, competitive pressures force the smaller boats to smaller ports and niche businesses.

Mr. Martini reminds me of "It's a Wonderful Life".

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