- a bridge intended for pedestrians only.
Origin of footbridge
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Examples from the Web for footbridge
He remembered a footbridge the other volunteers had guessed at.Uncovering the Secrets of St. Kitts
Debra A. Klein
June 21, 2014
In a clever twist of new-meets-old, the MuCEM is connected to the nearby 17th-century Fort St. Jean by footbridge.Watch Out, Paris! Marseille Is on the Rise
Anna Watson Carl
July 23, 2013
But, as the footbridge was approached, his purpose received a setback.
She did not pause for breath until she reached the footbridge.
In those days there was no bridge here, not even a footbridge.Dorothy's House Party
We slipped across a footbridge over Cedar Creek, and whistled.At Good Old Siwash
They rushed for the footbridge and a firefighter blocked their way.Makers
- a narrow bridge for the use of pedestrians
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