Austrian firm Bilton lights the latest innovation in multi-use public highways at Grenoble Bridge, Innsbruck. The scheme caters for all public use including; motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and public transport. The idea that everyone can cross the bridge in harmony with safety foremost. The safest way to do this is to have as few direct contact points as possible, but with plenty of non-dazzling light. The Innsbruck public transport company has succeeded creating an attractive yet practical addition to the city. In addition to the Grenoble bridge, a railway, pedestrian and bicycle bridge is currently under construction.
Beneath the railway line there is a separate foot and cycle path, which is excellently illuminated around the clock. The modules of the BILTON ONE 900 series, installed in the YT04 corner profile with frosted cover, make this possible. This means that not only that pedestrians and cyclists meet in the best possible light, but that the architecture of the bridge itself also becomes a feature for the city.
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