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Louisville’s “Feng Shui” Bridge

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The “Big Four” Louisville’s new pedestrian bridge has great Feng Shui! Thousands flock to it every month.
The Big Four Bridge Project was announced in 2011 to convert the abandoned 1895 railroad bridge to a pedestrian walkway. The pedestrian bridge spans the Ohio River and connects Louisville to Jeffersonville, Indiana. In addition to foot traffic, bikes are also be welcome.

Entrance points are located on either side of the bridge, though currently, only the Louisville side is accessible. Walkers and bikers who enter on the Louisville side will eventually be able to descend in Jeffersonville, where work to the ramp is nearing completion. At just short of one-half mile long, the bridge is a welcome addition to the Louisville park system, and will be open 24 hours a day.

Conceptual design tour of the City of Jeffersonville’s Big Four Station

The landing, pavillion, and features planned for Indiana’s side of the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge, as presented at a public forum on Thursday, July 19th 2012.

PHOTO:  THE BIG FOUR PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE VIEWED FROM LOUISVILLE’S WATERFRONT PARK. (COURTESY WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION)

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