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Whose responsibility is it to keep access to the trail?

The minions will be pleased.

In addition to being over-engineered, the bike lobby just seems shortsighted. I would think that full preserving public access would create more value for the development as a whole--especially since it would probably contribute to more foot/bike traffic by the retail in that area.

Yeah, if I had it my way there would be ramp starting along the north side of the north tower. That tower would be built above it, but the trail side of the ramp would be open - so not quite a tunnel. That would give it room to get to the plaza level (or nearly there) by the time it got to the south tower. Then pass under the south tower at the plaza level and on to the plaza. It would cost them a little more space, but remove the need for the elevator.

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