I am rather fond of this crazy two-lane bridge I built in Edgewood. It connects the Lower Stadium District with the Jet Valley neighborhood. Because it skirts the edge of a mountain, while passing over the train line between the Stadium District and the cruise ship terminal at Alkaline Point, it rises to dizzying heights at insane road steepness. (Drivers on Edgewood Transit route 5 are advised to test the brakes on their buses before descending into the Lower Stadium District.)
At its highest point, the bridge offers a spectacular view of Edgewood Cathedral, which is beautiful even on rainy days. Above the bridge, Alkaline Mountain is left largely undeveloped, as is the Green Woods jungle below it.