GLEBE ISLAND BRIDGE

Sustainable Future

The Bridge's Potential

Glebe Island Bridge  - Possible Future

Located a few metres north of Anzac Bridge, a re-opened Glebe Island Bridge could provide a safe, broad, level link for pedestrians and cyclists between Rozelle and the city.

Pedestrians and cyclists from the west via the Bridge would have access to:

Pedestrians and cyclists from the east would have access to:

"The City sees Glebe Island Bridge as a highly significant structure and strongly supports its retention and reuse."

CEO, City of Sydney, 2 July 2012

The importance of boat access to Blackwattle and Rozelle Bays

To enable large boats to enter and leave the bays, Glebe Island Bridge can swing open as needed, as it was designed to do. The Spit Bridge, Mosman, operates in this way - used by 70,000 motorists a day, the Spit bridge opens for large boats 6 times per weekday, and 8 times each weekend day.  Pyrmont Bridge also opens when necessary for vessels to move in and out of Darling Harbour.


 

Read more about Glebe Island Bridge's synergies >>

 

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