I searched for information in the forums about criteria around pedestrian bridges (thinking of those on park paths with no unique name, but also wondering about others as well). The results I got all had a warning above the post saying that the post refers to outdated criteria and directs readers to the updated criteria. The updated criteria, however, does not mention the word "bridge" even once (or, at least there are zero hits when searching for that word in the updated criteria.)
Many parks around here, especially ones at lower elevations, flood quite regularly so there are many foot bridges in them. What are the current criteria for approving or rejecting foot bridges in parks?
What about other types of pedestrian bridges? How about vehicle bridges (which typically have a unique name) with pedestrian walk-ways on them? (I assume if there's no pedestrian walkway then it's not a valid way spot, even if it's an historical bridge.)