Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Japan's Bridges: Pedestrian Overcrossing near train station in Sendai

June 2011 (38.259 degrees, 140.881 degrees) Pedestrian Overcrossing near Sendai Train Station

This overcrossing in downtown Sendai provides pedestrians with access to all corners of an intersection as well as for a couple of different streets. Note the very deep girders needed on this interesting structure. The pedestrian loading on a bridge is higher than an HS15 truck for some reason.
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Japan's Bridges: Pedestrian Overcrossing near train station in Sendai by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

1 comment:

Asavoid said...

Japan is the country with the most footbridges ever. You can walk on miles of them and this gives you the feeling to be over the traffic.