Tuesday, December 12, 2017

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Photo courtesy of Jim Brady. Photo courtesy of Jim Brady.
 


Where am I Wednesday: Bridge to Success

SDSU's Pedestrian Bridge has been connecting the campus for more than a decade.
By SDSU News Team
 

Hundreds of thousands of students have crossed the Pedestrian Bridge since it opened in 2003. 

If you've experienced College Avenue on a school day, you know it's a bustling street. The bridge was constructed to ensure a safe commute to campus for pedestrians.

This structure over College Avenue connects the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union to the East Campus Residential Community, the Office of Housing Administration and parking structures.

The bridge is approximately 230-feet long and 45-feet tall.

"My favorite thing about the Pedestrian Bridge is that it gives me such a short walk to campus and serves as an awesome place to watch the sunset when I'm walking home from class," said Bailey Johnson, a freshman studying child and family development.