<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Pedestrian Bridge at West India Dock, London</h3> <p>Unlike Canary Wharf, only a stone&rsquo;s throw away, the west side of West India Dock has remained undeveloped up to now. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Bridge over the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal in Regensburg</h3> <p>Access to this pedestrian and cycle bridge is via ramps and stairs at the two ends. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Pedestrian Bridge in Stuttgart</h3> <p>To avoid the additional bending moments that occur with asymmetric loading and that usually result in bulky structural members in conventional forms of...</p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Pedestrian Bridge in the Inner Harbour of Duisburg</h3> <p>Designed as a suspension bridge with end stays, the structure is 3.5 m wide and spans a distance of roughly 73 m.</p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Pedestrian Bridge in Hörn, Kiel</h3> <p>Forming part of a larger rehabilitation scheme, a simple, uncovered pedestrian link was created between two districts on opposite sides of the harbour. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Sunniberg Bridge, Switzerland</h3> <p>This five-bay cable-stayed bridge is supported by unusually low pylons on top of piers up to 60 m high. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Building Bridges</h3> <p>Scarcely any other building type combines technical performance and aesthetics in the way bridges do. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Pedestrian Bridge in Rome</h3> <p>Temporary bridge structures have been proposed for seven central locations in Rome in response to the many pilgrims expected in the Holy Year, 2000. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Bercy-Tolbiac Pedestrian Bridge, Paris</h3> <p>Two busy roads separate the Seine from the adjoining urban districts at this point. </p>