CUMBERLAND RIVER PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
Pedestrian Bridge
CUMBERLAND RIVER PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

Location Nashville , TN

Owner Metropolitan Government of Nashville

Engineer CTE

The pedestrian bridge, crossing the Cumberland River where it bends near Briley and Two Rivers Parkway, is considered a vital link in Nashville's impressive and emerging greenway system. Open to pedestrians and cyclists, this bridge links Shelby Bottoms Park and its greenway with Two Rivers Park and the Stones River greenway.

The 745 foot long Corten steel girder bridge clear spans the river below. Extensive coordination with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was required to successfully complete the structure.