A mum who uses adventures and outings around town as an excuse to avoid the housework.
Published April 13th 2014
Being a city built around a river, Brisbane was always going to need a bridge or two. During the last decade the city has seen some major new bridges constructed or upgraded. Were these works needed or were the wrong river, rail and road crossing areas targeted? Do the bridges of Brisbane help or hinder local commuters and out of town visitors to travel around town?
Eleanor Schonell Bridge exclusively for buses, cyclists and pedestrians
Where do you think is Brisbane's worst bridge? It could be a bridge regularly clogged by traffic, an unnecessary construction, a bridge in need of renovation or repair, or simply a bridge which is an eyesore. Perhaps you have a story to share that could shed a bit of light on how the people of Brisbane mange to cross the river and its tributaries that divide the city. Tell us your thoughts by leaving a comment below.
In my opinion, the worst looking bridge is that stupid Kurilpa Bridge, it must have cost a fortune for all those crazy lumps of steel hanging everywhere. Some say it's the ultimate in Art, to me it looks rediculas.