The Big Dam Bridge in Arkansas navigates the Arkansas River and Murray Lock and Dam between Little Rock and North Little Rock and is open just to individual by walking and bicycle traffic. At 4,226 feet (1288 m) long it is the longest bystander/bicycle bridge in North America that has never been used by means of gets ready or motor vehicles.
The opening service was hung on Saturday, September 30, 2006. Nearby legislators flaunted that the bridge will support the neighborhood economy and add to the strength of the populace. The bridge and nearby stops are utilized for a few races including the Big Dam Bridge 100 cycling visit, the BDB Twilight 5k race, and the BDB Duathlon.
The Federal Highway Administration gave one of its first Exemplary Human Environment Initiative honors to the bridge, and Illuminating Engineer Society gave its Award of Merit at the worldwide level to the bridge's LED lighting structure.
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