- The Continental Avenue Bridge was an old 1930’s bridge converted to an outdoor pedestrian and cyclist space. The repurposed 1,900 foot-long bridge space is close to downtown Dallas and offers an up-close view of the Trinity River, Dallas Floodway, and the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.
- This was not a “normal” pavement coating application; the 80,000-square-foot walkway was broken into 10-15 different designs, each section having its own color scheme and pattern. Paul Black and the team at Crossroads Decorative Pavement had to strategically tackle each section, making sure the designer’s vision was brought to life and the project stayed on track.
- The color stability and inherent non-skid properties of StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating helped transform this forgotten bridge into a vibrant community space.
- This area is unlike any other in Dallas. The area offers a variety of play spaces—both active and passive and programmed activities as well.