Gallery: Biomorphis Unveils Plans for a Green Timber Bridge to Inspire ...

Edinburgh-based design and architecture firm Biomorphis recently revealed plans for a green bridge that will span the city’s Leith Walk. One of the longest streets in Edinburgh, the thoroughfare long ago saw trams transport passengers commuting across the city. Over 50 years after the trams were ripped out and replaced by buses,  traffic has worsened and budget cuts led to the cancellation of a new tram system. The city now must find creative ways to allow its residents to move across town. Biomorphis has suggested the green bridge as one idea to improve mobility in Edinburgh by linking bicycle lanes that crisscross the city of 500,000.

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