Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Brooklyn Bridge Walkway, with Containment Shields

 If you're walking or biking over the Brooklyn Bridge nowadays, you might feel a little claustrophobic, especially on the eastern stretch. That's because you'll be penned in by galvanized steel containment shields,  built to protect pedestrians and drivers from lead paint dust blowing around as part of the bridge's massive $508 million paint and repair job.

Photo by MK Metz

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Anonymous said...

Hey--the NY Times likes you, they really like you!

mcbrooklyn said...

Oh wow! Thanks for letting us know!