The Nice Bridge is the name of an actual bridge in Maryland. It is a long bridge with a nice continuous truss span crossing the Potomac River south of Washington DC.
The bridge is named after (former) Governor Harry W. Nice. The Governor was in office from 1935 to 1939, towards the end of the Depression. To gain office, he defeated his opponent, Frederick Pain (OK, I made that part up).
The Nice Bridge is currently subject to a reconstruction/transportation improvement project. The project’s environmental impact statement describes the preferred alternative, featuring construction of a new four lane bridge to the south of the existing two lane bridge. This new, replacement bridge will be Also Nice. However, Maryland DOT officials are concerned that upon completion of design, bid prices will be Not Nice.