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Directions to BP Pedestrian Bridge (Chicago) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near BP Pedestrian Bridge

Questions & Answers

  • What are the closest stations to BP Pedestrian Bridge?

    The closest stations to BP Pedestrian Bridge are:

    • Columbus & Randolph (North) is 244 yards away, 3 min walk.
    • Randolph & Michigan (East) is 495 yards away, 6 min walk.
    • Millennium Station is 548 yards away, 7 min walk.
    • Michigan/Randolph is 735 yards away, 9 min walk.
    • Wacker (Upper) & Stetson (West) is 902 yards away, 11 min walk.
    • Adams/Wabash is 909 yards away, 11 min walk.
    • Michigan (Lower) & E. Wacker (North) is 986 yards away, 12 min walk.
    • Monroe-Blue is 1018 yards away, 13 min walk.
    • Michigan & Hubbard (Wrigley Bldg.) (South) is 1220 yards away, 15 min walk.
    • Michigan & Harrison (South) is 1269 yards away, 15 min walk.
  • Which Bus lines stop near BP Pedestrian Bridge?

    These Bus lines stop near BP Pedestrian Bridge: 135, 136, 147, 22, 6, 62.

  • Which Train lines stop near BP Pedestrian Bridge?

    These Train lines stop near BP Pedestrian Bridge: SSL, UP-N, UP-NW.

  • Which Chicago 'L' lines stop near BP Pedestrian Bridge?

    These Chicago 'L' lines stop near BP Pedestrian Bridge: BLUE LINE, BROWN LINE, GREEN LINE, ORANGE LINE, RED LINE.

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Public Transportation to BP Pedestrian Bridge in Chicago

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Looking for the nearest stop or station to BP Pedestrian Bridge? Check out this list of stops closest to your destination: Columbus & Randolph (North); Randolph & Michigan (East); Millennium Station; Michigan/Randolph; Wacker (Upper) & Stetson (West); Adams/Wabash; Michigan (Lower) & E. Wacker (North); Monroe-Blue; Michigan & Hubbard (Wrigley Bldg.) (South); Michigan & Harrison (South).

You can get to BP Pedestrian Bridge by Bus, Chicago 'L' or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: 135, 136, 147, 22, 6, 62 Train: SSL, UP-N, UP-NW Chicago 'L': BLUE LINE, BROWN LINE, GREEN LINE, ORANGE LINE, RED LINE

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BP Pedestrian Bridge, Chicago
BP Pedestrian Bridge, Chicago The BP Pedestrian Bridge, or simply BP Bridge, is a girder footbridge in the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois, United States. It spans Columbus Drive to connect Maggie Daley Park (formerly, Daley Bicentennial Plaza) with Millennium Park, both parts of the larger Grant Park. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry and structurally engineered by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, it opened along with the rest of Millennium Park on July 16, 2004. Gehry had been courted by the city to design the bridge and the neighboring Jay Pritzker Pavilion, and eventually agreed to do so after the Pritzker family funded the Pavilion.Named for energy firm BP, which donated $5 million toward its construction, it is the first Gehry-designed bridge to have been completed. BP Bridge is described as snakelike because of its curving form. Designed to bear a heavy load without structural problems caused by its own weight, it has won awards for its use of sheet metal. The bridge is known for its aesthetics, and Gehry's style is seen in its biomorphic allusions and extensive sculptural use of stainless steel plates to express abstraction. The pedestrian bridge serves as a noise barrier for traffic sounds from Columbus Drive. It is a connecting link between Millennium Park and destinations to the east, such as the nearby lakefront, other parts of Grant Park and a parking garage. BP Bridge uses a concealed box girder design with a concrete base, and its deck is covered by hardwood floor boards. It is designed without handrails, using stainless steel parapets instead. The total length is 935 feet (285 m), with a five percent slope on its inclined surfaces that makes it barrier free and accessible. Although the bridge is closed in winter because ice cannot be safely removed from its wooden walkway, it has received favorable reviews for its design and aesthetics.
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