Arches in Place for Fort Worth Pedestrian Bridge

By: The Associated Press Email
By: The Associated Press Email

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Huge cranes have been used to lift arch beams into place across the Trinity River for a new pedestrian bridge in Fort Worth.

Backers say the $3 million bridge should be completed by August.

The arches were put into place Monday as part of the 364-foot bridge. The span is expected to provide a link between Trinity Park and downtown Fort Worth.

The span is named for late community activist Phyllis Tilley.


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