Humber Bay Arch Bridge, Toronto Ontario
Martin Goodman Trail, Toronto, ON, Canada
Beautiful views all around of Toronto. Humber Bay Arch Bridge slides around Lake Ontario offering great views from several spots along the trail of Downtown Toronto. The bridge itself is worth the visit, but the trails and views make seeing Toronto glorious through this scenic lookout. Please see more information below sourced from Wikepedia.
The Humber Bay Arch Bridge (also known as the Humber River Arch Bridge, the Humber River Pedestrian Bridge, or the Gateway Bridge) is a pedestrian and bicycle through arch bridge south of Lake Shore Boulevard West in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Completed in the mid-1990s, the bridge is part of the Martin Goodman Trail and is 139 metres (456 ft) in length, with a clear span of 100 metres (330 ft) over the mouth of the Humber River to protect the environmental integrity of the waterway.
The bridge is constructed of two 1,200 millimetres (47 in) diameter high-strength steel pipes, bent into twin arches that rise 21.3 metres (70 ft) above grade, and suspend the deck by way of 44 stainless-steel hangers, each 50 millimetres (2.0 in) in diameter. The foundation consists of concrete-filled caissons which go down 30 metres (98 ft) below grade to the bedrock.