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The Main Bridge Obernburg is a road bridge in Obernburg am Main (Lower Franconia). It spans the Main with its two-sided sidewalks and connects the town of Obernburg with the eastern market of Elsenfeld. 🚴♂️
It was opened as the third bridge Main Obernburg on November 5, 1981. The predecessors were downstream in place (and on the pillars) of today's pedestrian bridge Obernburg.
The bridge consists of a western bridge structure, a dam section, and an eastern bridge structure.
The western bridge spans federal highway 469, cycle paths and Main. The eastern bridge construction spans Glanzstoffstraße and Maintalbahn. Bridge ramps connect on both sides.
The cycle path, the adjoining Mainanlagen Park and the fairground can be reached via the access ramp to the main road to Aschaffenburg and a subsequent short staircase.
The bridge is heavily loaded by traffic. For relief, downstream of the Obernburg city limits, the construction of another bridge (Südbrücke Kleinwallstadt) is planned.Type: beam girder bridge,
Year of construction: 1981
Total length: approx. 380 m
Width: approx. 25-30 m
Headroom: 8,70 m
Use: Road bridge
public pedestrian and bicycle bridge 🚴♂️de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mainbr%C3%BCcke_Obernburg
March 24, 2019
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