Magnolia Bridge Replacement Project
Urban Design Considerations
The following links provide information about urban design issues that have shaped - and will continue to shape - the final design of the Magnolia Bridge replacement facility.
- Project Goals: Identifies the project goals, public and otherwise, that are guiding the development of project alternatives
- Opportunities: Identifies key opportunities that could be achieved with the new Magnolia Bridge facility
- Land Use: Identifies different land uses in the Interbay area
- Topography: Provides a map depicting the significant elevation changes between 15th Avenue and the Magnolia bluff, a bridge design challenge
- Street Network: Identifies the well-developed street grids of Magnolia and Interbay that the bridge must connect
- Intermodal Transportation Routes: Includes bus, bike, pedestrian, and proposed monorail routes
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Connections: Identifies local bike and pedestrian trails in the Interbay area
- The Public Realm: Identifies key public areas and resources, including parks and public routes
- Olmsted Park System: Identifies Olmsted Parks and boulevards identified in the early 1900's. The Olmsted Plan continues to shape local urban design considerations.
- Potential Connections: Includes potential connection points identified as possible endpoints to a new bridge