The Burrard Bridge is an important part of Vancouver's city history. The historic landmark bridge is a steel truss bridge that was built back in the 1930s over False Creek to connect downtown Vancouver to Kitsilano. The distinctive architecture of the bridge was designed to be high enough to allow ships to pass underneath, and wide enough to encompass five lanes of vehicle traffic.
If you're interested in historical architecture, head down to the waterfront and walk the length of the Burrard Bridge on the dedicated pedestrian sidewalk. The other side of the bridge also has a sidewalk dedicated solely to cyclists, if you prefer to ride across.
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