Tulsa Pedestrian Bridge connects the east and west banks of the Arkansas River
The pedestrian bridge allows foot and bicycle traffic to cross the Arkansas River. There are over 26 miles (42 km) of hard surface pedestrian and biking trails within the River Park which runs adjacent to the river. These connect to many more designated biking trails within the city.
Several outcroppings are available for fishing along the pedestrian Bridge.
One of several Tulsa railroads now defunct have had their right of way turned into bicycle paths. The former Midland Valley Railroad trestle crossing the Arkansas just south of the 21st Street bridge is now a pedestrian crossing. This allows foot and bicycle traffic to cross while others try their hand at the striped bass which have been introduced into the Arkansas.