Pedestrian Bridge

Xander's Crossing in San Jose. The bridge is named after Alexander Arriaga, who was killed crossing the railroad tracks in 2005. (CBS)

New San Jose Pedestrian Bridge Honors Boy Killed By Train

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday to mark the opening of new pedestrian bridge in South San Jose, named after a toddler who was killed while trying to cross railroad tracks seven years ago.


This area near Monterey Highway and Blossom Hill Road in San Jose has become a popular, but dangerous shortcut. (CBS)

Work Begins On San Jose Bridge Over Dangerous Rail Crossing

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday for a pedestrian bridge in south San Jose, which has been more than five years in the making.


Safety Improvements Coming To San Jose Railroad Crossing

That area was the scene of an horrific accident several years ago, claiming the life of a toddler boy.