Amazing Circle Pedestrian Bridge in China

Lujiazui Pedestrian Bridge 1 photo
Photo: harikrish.h’s photostream via Flickr
China is no longer the agricultural backwater it used to be. The People’s Republic has a booming economy, and this can be clearly seen in the way its metropolitan areas are developing.
This photo was taken in Pudong, which is Shanghai city’s newest district, filled with skyscrapers rising out of what used farming ground.

But building skyscrapers and shopping malls isn’t enough for them, and the Chinese also built this magnificent pedestrian bride to keep traffic from bottling up at this intersection.

It’s called Lujiazui Pedestrian Bridge and it can cary as many as 15 people side by side. Designed for high flow pedestrian traffic, it’s equipped with multiple escalators and elevators, linking at one end to a shopping mall.

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