By MELISSA REPKO
Published: 26 February 2015 11:07 PM
Updated: 26 February 2015 11:25 PM
For pedestrians and cyclists who’ve dodged traffic for years near Mockingbird Station, relief finally is in sight.
That’s the promise city officials are making with the latest timeline for a multimillion-dollar bridge that will span busy Mockingbird Lane near North Central Expressway.
They say construction could begin by fall, with the suspension bridge opening 15 months later. But neighbors say the city has missed so many deadlines that some have dubbed the bridge across the six-lane street “an urban myth.”
“I truly won’t believe it until I see it now,” said Millicent McLane, who first heard about the bridge idea when she moved into her nearby condo. That was eight years ago...
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