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GOOD WILL BRIDGE

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on 5 September 2013

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Transcript of GOOD WILL BRIDGE

GOOD WILL BRIDGE
WHERE IS IT LOCATED ???
The Goodwill Bridge is a pedestrian and cyclist bridge which spans the Brisbane River in Brisbane Australia, linking the South Bank Park lands / Queensland Museum on the South side, to the Gardens Point Campus of the Queensland University of Technology on the North side.
WHEN WAS IT CONSTRUCTED ???
The Goodwill Bridge was opened on 21 October 2001 and takes its name from most the popular entry in a public naming competition. The bridge does not carry any vehicular traffic — it is shared by pedestrians, cyclists and inline skaters.
WHAT ARE THE MAIN COMPONENTS ???
Two main components of The Goodwill Bridge are the pavilion and the arch. The pavilion is located in the middle of the Brisbane River between the arch and the city approach. It is a fundamental component of the pedestrian and cycle bridge and supports one end of the arch. The arch is 102 meters (335 ft) in length, 10 meters (30 ft) wide and 15 meters (49 ft) high and weighs 360 tonnes (397 t).
SPECIFICATION....
Width: 6.5 meters (21.3 ft)
Height: Clearance for River Vessels 11.4 meter (37.4 ft) to 12.7 meter (41.7 ft) from high water level to the bridge deck (same height as Victoria and Captain Cook bridges).
Arch: 102 meters (335 ft) in length, 10 meters (30 ft) wide and 15 meters (49 ft) high
IMAGES...
MADE BY:
SHANZAY, NOOR,
MARYAM & BHRAT VII- B
MS. AMNA SHAHEEN
REMARKS BY THE TEACHER : WELL DONE KEEP IT UP !!!
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