This Saturday, July 6, the lower level of the Detroit-Superior Bridge will be opened to the public, as part of the Cuyahoga County’s annual bridge tour. Open from 9:00am to 3:00pm, the event is free and open to the public, and will feature self-guided tours, films, and volunteers available to answer questions. Last year, the event attracted more than 1100 visitors to the lower level, and featured a series of input stations to inquire about opening the lower level for permanent use. As part of those efforts, the final report (Download Link) compiled by the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative and their constituents is available here for download. The report, as part of a Transportation for Livable Cities Initiative (TLCI) study, makes a series of design recommendations for the lower level and surrounding area. This would not be possible without your support, feedback, and inquiries. We thank you very much for your input, and encourage you to provide any further remarks based on the report. Happy Bridging!