Lower Falls Pedestrian Bridge Photos Information on the proposal The ribbon-cutting on the official opening day, May 8, 2012 The dedication of the Lower Falls Pedestrian Bridge in 2012. A new trail on the Wellesley side of the river connects the Martin Golf course to the Lower Falls Pedestrian Bridge (at left) and the Waterstone at Wellesley housing development (at right). Workers install marking posts at the Concord Street entrance to the trail leading to the Lower Falls Pedestrian Bridge in August 2011 Work on the bridge is complete The bridge nears completion in April 2011 … … but the trail approaches are not yet ready. Construction underway in December 2010 Panoramic view of the bridge over the Charles in December 2010, during construction. Panoramic view of the old railroad bridge over the Charles between Concord Street and Washington Street, prior to its reconstruction as the Lower Falls Pedestrian Bridge in 2012. View from Newton to Wellesley From the river The proposed route for the Greenway crosses I-95/128 on an old railroad bridge. Another old railroad bridge crosses an I-95 frontage road adjacent to the Riverside MBTA station.