Once in a generation: That’s the phrase we’d use to describe the opportunity we have before us, to build a path permitting people to cross the Bay Bridge on bike and by foot.
In a packed room, planners and architects presented concepts for a West Span bicycle and pedestrian pathway on the Bay Bridge. The images wowed the audience and gave the crowd a real idea of what this path could look like, and where it could land in San Francisco. Take a look for yourself.
This is just a sample of what the design team has come up with so far after the last year of technical analysis. See the complete presentation for yourself here.
By the end of the year, designers expect to have the final preferred alternatives for the San Francisco landing, the pathway on the West Span itself and the connection on Yerba Buena Island. We need your help in getting there, so be sure to sign up for the latest news on the Bay Bridge today. We look forward to hearing your input and making sure the final design is an iconic and well-loved piece of bicycle history.