The Vancouver Land Bridge reconnects historic Fort Vancouver to the city’s Columbia River waterfront and helps restore the natural landscape continuum from upland prairie to river edge. This pedestrian bridge, which sweeps across state route 14 in a simple, elegant arch, also commemorates the confluence of rivers and indigenous people encountered by the lewis and Clark expedition.  “The land bridge is a link back to the Klickitat Trail, Lewis and Clark and the  development of the Northwest. It completes a circle that’s been broken.” —Johnpaul Jones