Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on January 31st, 2008 at 11:28 am
Whether you’re for or against the Columbia River Crossing (CRC) team’s efforts to build a new I-5 bridge over the Columbia River, it’s a good idea to stay informed on what they’re thinking about for the bike and pedestrian facilities.
On that note, I shared a photo last week taken by a member of the CRC’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee (that’s the CRC PBAC for anyone keeping track). The photo was taken as inspiration and fodder for discussion on the type of bike and ped facilities that might be a part of a new bridge.
Now, I’ve been sent another sampling of bike and pedestrian-friendly bridge designs from around the world by someone on the Committee. The following document has been part of official discussions and is being used as inspiration for possible bike and ped facility designs for the new bridge: