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Spinning the Span
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TitleSpinning the Span
AbstractArticle describes Woodswether Bridge, a paved path beneath the Lewis and Clark Viaduct designed for use by cyclists and pedestrians crossing the Kansas River. The bridge was implemented as part of a plan for a more ambitious Kansas City Riverfront Heritage Trail spanning from the Richard L. Berkley Riverfront Park to Kaw Point.
DateAugust 18-24, 2005
SourcePitch Weekly
See AlsoVertical File: Trails--Hiking and Biking
Local SubjectKansas City, Kansas
Woodswether Bridge
Riverfront Heritage Trail
Kansas River
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID214464
CONTENTdm number29052
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