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RE: Pedestrian Bridge

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The "guide specifications for design of pedestrian bridges" published by
AASHTO in 1997 is a helpful tool.
It specifies design loads and gives you also some information about
allowable deflections and vibrations.

But I guess you could also design it with a regular building code since your
bridge connects buildings, as long as you maintain the minimum vertical

Oliver Mueller
Chicago, IL

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