The Gateway style is a popular truss design for pedestrian bridges. It utilizes the stability of the box girder for longer spans up to 240 feet. This design is particularly useful in highway and railroad overpasses. In the custom design phase, all variables are considered, including unusual alignments, grade differences, switchbacks and cantilevers, as well as special architectural treatments, glazing requirements, pre-wired electrical systems and custom paint finishes. This Gateway style of pedestrian bridge has often been used for building walkways and other overpass bridges, and can be custom designed to match any architectural requirement and provide superior aesthetic appeal.
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