The Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge crosses Harbor Drive at Park Boulevard in Downtown San Diego. It is 550 feet (170 m) long which makes in one of the longest self-anchored pedestrian bridges in the world.
Completed in March 2011, the bridge was built to accommodate pedestrian traffic from the Petco Park baseball stadium crossing to and from parking areas on the other side of Harbor Drive at the Hilton Bayfront Hotel.
The bridge is suspended from a single 131-foot (40 m) tall pylon set into the ground at a 60 degree angle. The unusual, "eyecatching" design features a curved concrete deck that is suspended only on the deck's inside curve by a single pair of suspension cables. The bridge was constructed using stainless steel and has lighting above and below the deck. It has been described as "a sleek, nautically themed bridge with a very nice view of the city
Our Sunnyside Gravel was used along with the now unavailable Sunnyside Rubble.
Design by: Spurlock Landscape Architects
Install by: Terra Firma Landscape