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We could also ask for better maintenance -- every time I've ridden on that bridge, there's been obscene amounts of glass on the path! :)

I second Jenny's statement about glass and debris.

I believe DDOT has contracted out that maintenance. But I'm not sure to whom. If you contact Jim Sebastian at DDOT he might be able to help you out with that. Squeky wheel and all (but it stinks that one should have to do that.

Better than sweeping, would be a partition that keeps road debris from being swept onto the trail in the first place. For example, it doesn't seem to be an issue on the 14th Street.

A better partition for the Sousa - Jeeves, add that to the list.

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