- Mar 13, 2010
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The only problem I see with a park on a bridge is that bridges are more expensive than terra firma. So the same park on land costs more on a bridge. That said, I don't think having ONE bridge with a park on it is such a major problem, as it'd be unique and I'd certainly enjoy the hell out of it. I prefer parks that are unique and each have their own features, and as someone who enjoys bridges and oceanography, a bridge park would be cool. And if you don't, well, I also think that a long, boring, utilitarian walk could certainly stand to use some benches for resting and some visual interests. So, you know, the very basics of creating good public space.