(Fargo, ND) -- City officials are accepting public feedback regarding the pedestrian bridge looking to be built near city hall.
The pedestrian bridge would be built over 2nd St. N and travel over the flood wall to connect to the green-space and walking path on the other side. The styles of bridge were the biggest differences between the three options; which are generally formed to look like a star that costs the most, an "S", or a fishing hook that has the lowest cost.
"They range in cost from $6-million to over $10-million dollars, depending on the alternative," said Joe Burgum, a public engagement official at the event, "Our team of consultants is working on finding what is the best alternative the community is interested in."
You can send feedback to the City of Fargo by clicking here.