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15 Visually Stunning Pedestrian Walkways Across the U.S.

Reader's Digest Logo By Michele Herrmann of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 16: Bridges can be more than a means to get from one side to the other—though, of course, that's usually their primary function—and they're not just for cars. While some have pedestrians sharing part of the road with cars or cyclists, others permit only your feet as transportation. And many of these bridges won't only help you increase your step count; they'll also transfix you with their interesting architectural features, neat backstories, and eye-catching views. Get started with these stunning pedestrian bridges around the country, whether you're taking one of these great American road trips or checking out the best-kept secret in your state.

These bridges were made for walking

Bridges can be more than a means to get from one side to the other—though, of course, that's usually their primary function—and they're not just for cars. While some have pedestrians sharing part of the road with cars or cyclists, others permit only your feet as transportation. And many of these bridges won't only help you increase your step count; they'll also transfix you with their interesting architectural features, neat backstories, and eye-catching views. Get started with these stunning pedestrian bridges around the country, whether you're taking one of these great American road trips or checking out the best-kept secret in your state.

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