We look at the bridge, with its grid deck, from the west end. Scroll right as needed to view the rest of the panoramic image.
Bicyclists may transition from the bike lane (left foreground of picture) across the on-ramp on the right to the bridge sidewalk without yielding right of way. The bicyclist in the photo has chosen to use the sidewalk instead and has dismounted at the crosswalk. Good enough, but the stop sign and stop line are after the crosswalk. A motorist entering from the ramp might have to stop a second time after the crosswalk to see and yield to bicycle and motor traffic. It is not unusual for crosswalks to be placed in mid-block, but placing a stop sign close after a crosswalk is unusual. Also note the narrow, angled ramp where bicyclists enter the bridge sidewalk. The risk of a fall from striking a curb suggests that a wider ramp and bold markings on the curb would be a good idea..
The start of the bridge truss in the left background is even with camera location in the next photo in this series.