Canada’s Pickering is the world’s tallest pedestrian bridge

Sania SaeedWeb Editor

19th Sep, 2021. 09:16 pm

The 820-foot pedestrian bridge on a highway in the Canadian province of Ontario has been included in the Guinness World Records as the world’s longest enclosed pedestrian bridge.

The Pickering Pedestrian Bridge, built by a company called Metrolink’s on Highway 401 in Ontario, has been officially confirmed by Guinness World Records as the world’s longest enclosed pedestrian bridge. Has given

Anne Marie Aiken, a spokeswoman for the company that built the bridge, said the bridge was completed in September 2018 and that the transit agency had contacted Guinness World Records in 2020 for its length. And now, a year later, it has been approved.

The bridge connects Pickering Go Train Station to Pickering Town Center and is spread over 14 lanes of the highway, six railway tracks, and a city road.

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