Abandon all hope he who drives here.
When coming from Riverway, both lanes merge before turning on to the bridge
The Boston University Bridge on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston is the only place in the world where a boat can sail under a train driving under a car driving under an airplane.
Heading East on Comm Ave, you must take a right opposite of the bridge and then make a large loop around to the next intersection, take a left back onto Comm Ave, and then take a right onto the bridge
Use the BU bridge to cross over the Charles river. Works every time!
Unless it is after 7 or you are on foot, avoid using this bridge as a point of transportation. It is a mess.
The Boston U Bridge is the only spot in America where a boat can sail under a train driving under a car driving under an airplane.
Walk over the bridge if you usually drive. You'll see stuff that you might otherwise never notice. Like the city east and a flock of white geese!
This is the one place that ALL types of transportation happens with flight path to Logan over a bridge with walkers, bikers, and cars over a railroad bridge over boating on the river.
4-7 this place is like the Bermuda triangle. You will disappear.
Get your timing right and you could make the ultimate 5-layer multi-modal transportation sandwich. Thank local advocates Livable Streets for getting two new 5-foot bike lanes on the car bridge, btw.
Elias Howe of Boston invented the first sewing machine in 1845.
BU Bridge has been under construction for over two years now. They need to hurry up! The road closures are getting annoying.