The Franklin Street Bridge in Centennial, part of the High Line Canal Bridge Replacement Project, now connects Southglenn community members to trail systems beyond South Franklin Street.
The trail, which previously dead-ended at South Franklin …
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The trail, which previously dead-ended at South Franklin Street, was completed in early July. The bridge connects the north and south sides of the High Line Canal Trail for walkers, runners and cyclists.
The project was managed by South Suburban Parks and Recreation in partnership with Arapahoe County Open Spaces, the City of Centennial and the City of Littleton.
The project has also replaced pedestrian bridges along the High Line Canal Trail at three other locations: South Bannock Street and West Ridge Road, in Littleton; and South Suburban Ice Arena and deKoevend parking lot in Centennial.
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