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Check in with Longhorn Dam bridge project

Tuesday, March 8, 2022 by Tai Moses

As most everyone knows by now, the Public Works, Transportation, and Parks and Recreation departments are partnering to design and build a new car-free crossing for the eastern side of Lady Bird Lake near the Longhorn Dam. An upcoming public meeting will give community members an opportunity to get a 30 percent design update and “defining goals for site-specific public artwork for the project,” according to the news release. Civically involved citizens won’t want to miss this chance to weigh in on what has become a very closely watched process to create a very interesting pedestrian bridge. The Zoom meeting is Wednesday, March 9, from 5:30-7 p.m. Register here for the meeting, and check out the Longhorn Dam Bridge virtual open house to brush up on the project’s background.

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