A pedestrian bridge in Glencarlyn Park that washed away during a severe flash flood nearly three years ago has been replaced.
On Monday, a contractor installed a new bridge over Four Mile Run in Glencarlyn Park (301 S. Harrison Street). The installation was completed before noon, Dept. of Parks and Recreation spokeswoman Susan Kalish tells ARLnow.
The new bridge is in the same location as the old one, per the project webpage.
Although the new bridge is in place, pedestrians and cyclists can’t walk or bike over it just yet.
“Our contractor has final work to do that is weather dependent,” Kalish said. “The bridge should be open to the public by the end of March.”
In July 2019, six pedestrian bridges in Arlington were washed away after torrential rain caused heavy flooding. The Glencarlyn bridge suffered some of the worst damage in the storm, along with two bridges at Lubber Run Park.
The parks department has funds to replace one bridge at Lubber Run, and selected the bridge at the park’s southern end, per a webpage for the project.
Plans for the replacement are in the design stage, and construction could begin late this summer and end next spring.
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