The urban pedestrian bridge is very filigree. A slender slab is suspended by 16 hangers. The hangers transfer the load to a tree-like mast. The entrance to the underground garage at the city hall is monolithically connected to the bridge. In addition to a flight of stairs there is also an elevator at the train station to conquer the difference in height. The outstanding attribute of this bridge is the load-transferring mast composed of individual blocks of natural stone. One central block forms the bifurcation from the trunk to the four limbs. All blocks are aligned at a central steel rod and fastened. This mast is not only a loadbearing element of the bridge, but a delicate, three-dimensional sculpture as well, emphasizing the axis between train station and down-town – also at night: The mast is illuminated, the ends of the bridge are bathed in soft backlight and the slab is brightened by lights integrated into the handrail.