Inderhavnsbroen

Inderhavnsbroen (lit.: The Inner Harbour Bridge) is a bridge across the Copenhagen inner harbour and is a 180 metres (590 ft) combined pedestrian and bicyclist bridge directed east-west. The bridge is joined to Nyhavn (west) and Christianshavn (east).

Inderhavnsbroen
The Inderhavnsbroen (The Inner Harbour Bridge) 5.jpg
Aerial view of the bridge
Coordinates55°40′43″N 12°35′42″E / 55.6785°N 12.5949°E / 55.6785; 12.5949
CarriesPedestrian and bicycle traffic
CrossesCopenhagen Harbour
LocaleNyhavn
Christianshavn
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The bridge was designed by Flint & Neill with Studio Bednarski and Hardesty & Hanover, and opened to the public on 7 July 2016.

The design includes a bulge that requires cyclists to make a sharp turn. This feature has attracted criticism.[1]

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  1. ^ "Copenhagen's Latest Piece of Cycle Infrastructure Is a "Stupid, Stupid Bridge"". arch daily. April 11, 2017.