Highland Bridge

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Highland Bridge
The Highland Bridge
The Highland Bridge in Denver, Colorado. The bridge crosses Interstate 25. The red object is a public art installation.
Coordinates39°45′29″N 105°00′32″W / 39.7580°N 105.0088°W / 39.7580; -105.0088Coordinates: 39°45′29″N 105°00′32″W / 39.7580°N 105.0088°W / 39.7580; -105.0088
CarriesPedestrians
Crosses I-25 (Valley Highway)
LocaleDenver, Colorado
Characteristics
Total length325 feet (99 m)
History
Construction cost$5.2 million
OpenedDecember 16, 2006

The Highland Bridge is the third of three pedestrian bridges to connect Downtown Denver with the Highland neighborhood. The bridge crosses the Valley Highway (Interstate 25) between Platte Street and Central Street as an extension of the 16th Street Mall.

The bridge was opened on December 16, 2006. It is 325 feet long and cost US $5.2 million to build.

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