Road Cycling Highlight
The Holbeinsteg is a bridge built over the Main in Frankfurt in 1990 and can only be crossed by pedestrians and cyclists. It connects Holbeinstrasse in Sachsenhausen with Windmühlstrasse in the Bahnhofsviertel. The wooden leg is constructed as a suspension bridge. Named after the Augsburg painter family Holbein, the Holbeinsteg is the third car-free bridge in Frankfurt after the Eiserner Steg (1868) and the Arthur-von-Weinberg-Steg (1983). The entrance to the Städel is on the southern bridgehead. In addition to the 15 cultural institutions on the bank of the museum, the Holbeinsteg also connects the floodplain area below the Schaumainkai, popular as a leisure area, with the station district on foot. The Holbeinsteg is a central element of the Frankfurt cycling network and is to be used as a public route on foot and by bike.
• Design: suspension bridge
• Construction period: 1990
• Overall length: 287 m
• Width: 5.5 m
• Headroom ship: 8.00 m
Use: pedestrian and bicycle bridge 🚴♂️
October 26, 2018
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