Retrofitting San Diego’s “People’s Bridge” to be Seismically Safe — Seismic Saturday

Figure 1: The 1st Avenue Bridge over Maple Canyon Shrouded by eucalyptus in Maple Canyon is one of San Diego’s most impressive bridges. This #seismicsaturday we feature the 1st Avenue Bridge. The 463-foot bridge was built in 1931, and is nicknamed “The People’s Bridge” as it was funded by San Diego’s first public infrastructure tax. […]

Retrofitting San Diego’s “People’s Bridge” to be Seismically Safe — Seismic Saturday

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