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National highway converted to the park

The bridge was originally crossed by the bypass road on the north side of the center of Tampere, Paasikiven–Kekkosentie included in highway 12. Passing traffic on the bridges ended on November 15, 2016, when traffic moved to the newly completed beach tunnel.[4]

After the end of the traffic, the bridges have been used for construction site traffic of Ranta-Tampella's builders and as a thoroughfare for light traffic. In connection with the construction of the street network of Ranta-Tampella, the southern bridge will be included in the street network of the city of Tampere. The northern bridge has been built as a park.

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Copyright: Raimo Haapala
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Taken: 17/05/2023
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Tags: bridge; architecture; tower; lake; wooden; park
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