The mayor of Denmark’s capital Copenhagen has announced funding for a study into a proposed a new bridge for cyclists.
Plans to progress two bridges in Worcestershire, England, were given the green light yesterday.
A gold-coloured bridge that features more than 2,700 laser-cut shapes has been installed in Swansea, Wales.
Approval has been given to start construction of the new Granite Island Causeway in South Australia.
Expressions of interest are being invited for construction of the US$38 million Causeway Pedestrian & Cyclist Bridge in Perth, Western Australia (WA).
The designer has been chosen for a pedestrian and cycle bridge crossing over the River Trent in Nottingham, England.
A newly approved loan will help the Philippines build 5km of elevated walkways along Manila’s most congested thoroughfare.
The Australian city of Brisbane is carrying out consultation on its planned network of ‘green’ bridges for people walking and cycling.
A 23km-long stretch of footpaths, elevated walkways and bridges weaves its way across Xiamen’s urban and natural landscape to encourage green mobility and improve wellbeing, reports Khalifa Bokhammas
The Irish government has awarded US$95.2 million in funding for a regeneration project that includes an opening bridge over the River Suir in Waterford.
Councillors in Sunderland in north east England are set to apply for permission to move forward with plans for a bridge linking the city centre with the ‘Stadium of Light’.
Camden Council has granted planning permission for a new pedestrian bridge in the King’s Cross area of London, England.
Scottish Canals has announced that construction of a new bridge in north Glasgow is now under way.
The contract has been awarded for a 3D-printed concrete footbridge that will be built as part of preparations for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
A group of three public authorities in New Zealand has set out a plan for two new bridges over the Kimiakau Shotover River.
A proposal for a new footbridge in Douglas is included in a project plan set out by the Isle of Man’s Department of Infrastructure.
UK infrastructure operator Network Rail has entered into a partnership to help take forward the investigation, design and construction of a composite footbridge that it plans building.
The first four panels of a footbridge designed as gold-coloured interpretation of a swan are arriving this week in Swansea, Wales.
The English county of Worcestershire has begun refurbishment of one of its bridges under a programme that could also see another footbridge built.
Standing beside the Vøringsfossen Waterfall, the eponymously named bridge comprises 99 steps and is 182m above ground.
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