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Apr 10, 2013 10:45pm

south end of lake merritt construction

Google Maps gives a nice unintentional before & after view of the construction along the south end of Lake Merritt in Oakland, if you turn the 45° aerials off and on.

The gated-up and pissed-drenched pedestrian tunnels are gone. The connection to the bay is wider. There’s a separate pedestrian bridge, more grass, and proper crosswalks to the courthouse and museum.

More on the lake here and here.

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