Bridges, Pedestrian Bridges

Phyllis Tilley Memorial Bridge

© Chad Davis

The Phyllis Tilley Memorial Pedestrian Bridge crosses over the Trinity River connecting Trinity Park to a new trail leading to downtown Fort Worth. The stress ribbon bridge’s graceful profile enhances the serene landscape. A steel arch supports the steel stress ribbon and precast concrete planks over the river, complementing the adjacent historic Lancaster vehicular bridge. At night, the bridge is illuminated by a combination of white and blue LED lighting for increased safety and aesthetic appeal. This elegant and cost effective bridge will become a visual asset along the Trinity River and a new symbol of the City of Fort Worth. This steel stressed ribbon / arch combination bridge is the first of its kind in North America.

Location
Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Architect
Rosales + Partners AIA
Cooperation
Freese & Nichols
Owner
Texas Department of Transportation Fort Worth
Partner
Hans Schober

Technical Data

Total length
approx. 112 m (368 ft)
Arch span
50 m (163 ft)
Stress ribbon spans
40 - 17 - 30 m (132 - 57 - 100 ft)
Dimension of stress ribbon
2 x 508 mm x 44 mm (1'-8'' x 1 3/4''), S460
Bridge width
3.88 m (12' - 9'')
Height of concrete slab
24 cm

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