Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge, San Diego, CA

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2011 Merit Award for Architecture

Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge, San Diego, CA

Architect: Safdie Rabines Architects

This pedestrian bridge furthers the city’s 100 year-old vision of creating a Park-to-Bay Link, connecting two important regional icons: Balboa Park and the San Diego Bay. First envisioned in 1908 by urban planner John Nolen, the Park-to-Bay Link is intended to enhance pedestrian and trolley flow through the Park Boulevard corridor, a route south from the park to the waterfront.



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