The rapid development in Rock Ridge eventually attracted the attention of software giant EM`Corp, who promptly set up their new central office and poured millions of dollars into the infrastructure of the city and surrounding industries. The significant increase in population made at least one thing immediately clear, the city was going to need a new blueprint if it was going to house one more citizen, and fast! (Current pop. 15,000)
The first thing to go was the historical Anderson bridge, somewhat of a landmark within the city, it simply could not handle the volume and was facing severe congestion within a matter of weeks.
After a careful study of which citizens were in need of a traffic solution it became obvious what needed to be done. So with alittle extra help from the newly established EM'Corp, Rock Ridge opened three new bridges thus solving the problem once and for all... once and for all!!
Here is a shot of the new Anderson bridge area. These bridges are both aimed at lessening the morning commute to the business sector. The Cooper Pass on your right, and the Cande street bridge is straight ahead;
and here is Junction C; connecting the residents back to their homes for the evening commute.