Officials in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., on Wednesday celebrated the recent completion of a pedestrian and cycling bridge over Foothill Boulevard (aka Route 66), reported the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.
The bridge over the roadway now carries the 7.5-mile Pacific Electric Trail.
The newspaper’s report didn’t include a photo. However, this artist’s rendering shows what the bridge and a nearby park will look like when they’re all done:
The newspaper also said:
A Route 66 Trailhead Park, which features a historical timeline, remnant of the old bridge and a piece of the original Route 66 pavement, is also expected to be finished next month.
Artwork on the bridge depicting historic cars, states that Route 66 passes and scenes from California and Illinois, the end points of the Mother Road, is scheduled to be complete by March.