I cross the Seventh Street bridge five days a week. Are the city and county aware of the potential lawsuit?
All pedestrian access to the bridge fails to be handicapped accessible. The southeast corner is especially dangerous having a very steep angle and no rail or curbing. When someone rolls off the "ramp," if you can call it that, and travels down the hillside below it, not only will someone be terribly hurt but the city will be paying for it literally.
By the way, why don't we have a lit crosswalk near the trailer park that is home to a lot of children? Some of the highway money should be spent to improve this hazard ASAP.