The Missouri River Pedestrian Bridge links riverfront trails on both sides of the river located between the cities of Omaha, Nebraska and Council Bluffs, Iowa. It provides a link between the Omaha Convention Center, Lewis and Clark
Landing and Gallup campus on the Nebraska side to a planned park and residential development on the Iowa side.
The bridge follows a horizontal S-curve with a 600 ft. radius. One of the 266 ft tall inclined pylons is located on the Omaha riverbank, while the other pylon is located in the river on the Iowa side. The precast concrete deck has an overall width of 26 ft and depth of 9 ft, with a walkway of 20 ft. The cable stays are connected to the deck on the concave side of the S-curve.
Category: Bridges - Automobile