Knickerbocker Bicycle Bridge
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|Knickerbocker Bicycle Bridge|
|Carries||bicycle and pedestrian traffic, water main|
|Official name||Willie Knickerbocker Bridge|
|Total length||523 feet (159 m)|
|Width||14 feet (4.3 m)|
|No. of spans||5|
|Piers in water||3|
|Architect||OBEC Consulting Engineers|
|Inaugurated||September 27, 1980|
The bridge is named for Willie Knickerbocker (1868–1960), "The Father of Bicycling in Eugene".
- "Bicycle bridge dedicated: Speaker notes span was born of cooperation". Eugene Register-Guard. September 28, 1980. Retrieved September 23, 2013.
- "Bicycles in Cities: The Eugene Experience". Eugene, Oregon: Bikeways Oregon. 1981. p. 10-12. Retrieved September 23, 2013.
- Willie Knickerbocker has a lot to teach us about getting there by Steve McQuiddy for The Register-Guard