Denver International Airport's Jeppesen Terminal, named after aviation safety pioneer Elrey Jeppesen, is the land side of the airport. Two covered and uncovered parking areas are directly attached to the terminal--three garages and an economy parking lot on the east side; and four garages and an economy lot on the west side. The terminal is separated into west and east terminals for passenger drop off and pickup. The airport's distinctive white tensile architecture tension fabric roof is aesthetically designed to be reminiscent of the snow-capped Rocky Mountains in winter. Steel cables similar to those on the Brooklyn Bridge support the roof. It is also known for a pedestrian bridge connecting the terminal to Concourse A that allows travelers to view planes taxiing directly underneath and provides sweeping views of the Rocky Mountains to the West and the high plains to the East.