This is the sort of thing that would be good to see in online park newsletters. As in notices re parts of trails that are closed for repairs or construction - and when they are reopened.
Not as rustic-looking, but maybe a kind of steel footbridge like the one between the GG Bridge and GG Overlook would be a good idea in an area prone to slides during rainy season.
It was the wood footbridge that got damaged.
So the trail from east to west was minus several steps up to the footbridge. Will do a stair recount after it's repaired: 1 thru 32
It has probably been reopened as of this post, but if interested in hiking this .07-mile trail, check the west trailhead at Lincoln first, or where the trail turns into steps and descends from Battery Crosby, as these did have trail-closed signs.
At the west trailhead, crossing Lincoln (33, 34) for the Connector Trail (208 steps) up to Immigrant Point Overlook. The grass was taller since last hiked: 35 thru 66
Looking across at another short footbridge just below Rob Hill Campground: 67
Battery Caulfield Road, curving down: This street has speedbmps, sidewalks, bike lanes, and crosswalks: last pic