Pedestrian bridge at the Binyamina Railway Station

Est. Construction Cost:
4 Million ILS

Design and Construction Period:
2004-2005

Client: Israel Railways

Geographic Location: Binyamina

Description: Two steel pedestrian bridges constructed at the Binyamina Railway Station. One bridge passes over the tracks and station platforms and connects the [adjacent] industrial zone with the railway street where there is an entrance gate, while the second bridge is used by pedestrians for passage between platforms within the station.

Amy Metom Role in the Project: Structural design

Unique Elements of the Project: Two steel pedestrian bridges, one having a total length of 80 m with four spans having a maximum length of 20 m and the second having a single 20 m span. Both bridges were designed with cantilevered stairways and elevators within the end abutments.

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