Looking downstream from the old red bridge, you'll
see the Sunrise Bridge, constructed in 1955 to enable
commuters to live in east Sacramento and reach their
jobs at Aerojet and Mather Field. Past that and a
little further downstream is the PCA Bridge (Pacific
Coast Aggregates) built by the rock crushing plant
when the County put a load limit on the old red bridge
and PCA lost their ability to send product north. When
the Parkway was extended into the area, the County
converted the bridge into a bicycle and pedestrian bridge
and renamed it "Jim's
Bridge"after Jim Jones, a local advocate for the Parkway.
At this point, go back up Bridge Street to Capitola.