Unfolding Bridge Pivots To Let Boat Traffic Pass

Unfolding Bridge Pivots To Let Boat Traffic Pass
Design

The Scale Lane Bridge lets people ride along as it opens to let river vessels through.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 29 july 2013

Designed by architects McDowell + Benedetti, the Scale Lane Bridge in Kingston lets pedestrians ride along as it swings open to let boats pass on the River Hull.

The bridge, which is also referred to as the River Hull Footbridge, is designed in such a way that pedestrians and cyclists can get on and off the bridge on the west bank side while it opens and closes for boat traffic.

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