The 230 meter long and 92 meter high Prins Claus Bridge over the Amsterdam-Rhine Canal connects Kanaleneiland with Papendorp. The cable-stayed bridge has separate cycle paths and four lanes, two for normal car traffic and two bus lanes. The bridge was designed by Ben van Berkel, also the architect of the Rotterdam Erasmus Bridge.
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