Biggest flyover for Pedestrians in Beijing

Published on December 29, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Beijing traffic

Pedestrians are annoying. They hold up decent automotive traffic and when a car accidentally hits a pedestrian it will likely die. Beijing, with over one million vehicles on the road, has been looking for solutions.

Beijing traffic

One solution is building huge pedestrian flyovers at intersections. The biggest square-shaped flyover in the city has just been opened on the Zhongguancun section of the North Fourth Ring Road in Beijing. It spans 327 meters, big indeed but even bigger ones are reportedly on the way.

Via: ChinaDaily.

One thought on “Biggest flyover for Pedestrians in Beijing

  1. Hope the new ones will include key-card operated chair lifts for the handicapped. That’s where Beijing could really show its flowering civility.

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