S-shaped pedestrian bridge spans Ohio’s Scioto River

A new pedestrian bridge, S-shaped in plan, now spans the Scioto River in downtown Dublin, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus. The 760 ft long, cable-stayed crossing features a 500 ft long main span and a 169 ft tall single tower. The slender, curving deck is 14 ft wide. Aligned roughly east to west, the bridge crosses the Scioto between the historical downtown of Dublin on the western bank and a planned public park and other new development on the eastern bank, explains Dan Fitzwilliam, P.E., M.ASCE, a senior bridge engineer in T.Y. Lin International’s San Diego office. 

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