Princes Quay Bridge, Hull

New footbridge and extensive public realm works to improve connection for pedestrians and cyclists over the heavily trafficked A63 road in Hull city centre.

The bridge creates a distinctive new landmark and gateway to the Old Town. The approaches each side are designed as soft and hard landscaped public spaces, providing a variety of new routes and places for people to enjoy the journey and views over the city and docks.

Client: Highways England, Hull City Council

Cost: £12 million

Status: Under construction

Team: Arup, Matter (as McDowell+Benedetti to stage 4)

Published
Architects Journal, New Civil Engineer, Hull Daily Mail