>Bryant Street Bridge Design Feedback Needed

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Hello all! The Bryant Street Bridge (BSB) committee wants your feedback on the designs submitted. The BSB’s design page is HERE. Or you can jump right to the designs HERE.

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>New Bryant Bridge Design Proposals!

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Piedmont’s very own Compressed Pattern just submitted their design proposal for the Bryant Bridge Project! Check out their proposal (HERE) and pics of their design (1, 2, 3, 4). The pics have also been added to the design slideshow found on the bridge’s page…
www.PiedmontNeighborhood.com/BryantBridgeProject

>Bryant Street Bridge – Closed for Updates

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The Bryant Street Bridge will be closed Mon., June 9 – Wed., June 11

PDOT will be improving the sidewalk ramps that lead to the bridge so that the approach is safer for pedestrians and bicyclists!

The is repaving work is part of a comprehensive project to improve the accessibility, safety and cleanliness of the Bryant Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge. Initiated by Piedmont Neighborhood Association, designed by Piedmont and Arbor Lodge neighbors, and implemented in partnership with ODOT, PDOT, BOM,and the Portland Water Bureau, the Bryant Bridge Project seeks to transform a neglected space into a valuable community asset.

For more information, images, or to get involved in the Bryant Bridge Project visit… www.PiedmontNeighborhood.com/BryantBridgeProject.

Call Lara Mendicino at 503-283-5422 if you have any questions or concerns about the bridge closure.

>Bryant Street Bridge – Design

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We have new designs proposals for the Bryant Street Bridge!

You can view the designs by way of the Bryant Street Bridge’s www page…

http://www.piedmontneighborhood.com/bryantbridgeproject

And so you don’t have to remember that address, just remember there is a link to the above page off the main PiedmontNeighborhood.com site. It is cryptically named “Bryant Street Bridge Project.”