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Jhongdu Vision Bridge
Kaohsiung
The Jhongdu Vision Bridge connects Kaohsiung's Art Gallery and Neiweipi Cultural Park, improving the traffics across both sides of Kaohsiung Love River and easing Zhonghua Road's traffic. It is also the first bridge of multi-functional usage for pedestrians, vehicles and Kaohsiung MRT trains. The width of the road for vehicle use is 24 meters with the center of the bridge is designated for MRT light trail. The bridge is also installed with bike and pedestrian lanes on both sides.
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