Bike Touring Highlight
The Glacis Bridge is a road bridge in Ingolstadt and was built from 1996 to 1998, making it the youngest of the four Danube bridges in Ingolstadt that are open to road traffic. It is part of the Ingolstadt ring road system and federal highway 13 and the westernmost road bridge in the city. The Glacis Bridge is crossed by around 50,000 vehicles every day. The bridge was named after the Glacis, the former fortress belt and today's park, which surrounds the old town of Ingolstadt. The citizens of Ingolstadt were involved in naming the bridge and were able to choose from three suggested names.
September 29, 2019
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