Seen here is a view looking East from India Point Park. In the distance stands the old India Point Park Pedestrian bridge. Originally measuring 8 feet wide, the bridge was built in 1971 and then demolished in 2005 to be reconstructed. It was officially replaced in 2007 by a new $9.5 million bridge measuring 48 feet in width, six times larger than the old structure. The bridge, located on I-195, connects the Fox Point neighborhood on Providence’s East Side to the waterfront at India Point Park.
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Urban renewal -- Rhode Island -- Providence; United States Highway 195 (Providence); India Point Park Pedestrian Bridge (Providence, R.I.);
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Smolski, Chet, "Providence India Point Park looking East" (2011). Browse All. 205.
urban parks; India Point Park; bridges;