|June 2014 (7.65528 Degrees, -121.90500 Degrees) Bernal Avenue Bridge|
The bridge provides 15.8 ft of vertical clearance. The low point appears to be the cross frames on each end of the center panel. There's a single sidewalk cantilevered outside of the truss on the south side of the bridge.
Note the steel struts attached to the abutments. Perhaps they're a retrofit meant to keep the truss on the abutment seat during an earthquake? This bridge was originally built in 1941.
Alameda County, California Bridges: Bernal Avenue Bridge across Arroyo de la Laguna by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.