Half Moon Bay’s Main Street Bridge in the News

From the article: Replacement plan for historic Half Moon Bay bridge faces opposition
By S. Parker Yesko in the SF Examiner on 1/19/2014

Defenders of a small and historic bridge in Half Moon Bay are bracing for a big fight with city government over its planned replacement.

The Main Street Bridge connects downtown Half Moon Bay with state Highway 92, and a plaque on one side notes that it was the first concrete bridge erected in San Mateo County, circa 1900. It also used surplus reinforced steel from the California Street cable car line in San Francisco.

Opposition to the replacement plan involves the historic nature of the bridge, but nearby business owners also are concerned with impacts on their bottom lines.

For the full article online: http://www.sfexaminer.com/sanfrancisco/replacement-plan-for-historic-half-moon-bay-bridge-faces-opposition/Content?oid=2679560

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