The project is part of the wider National System of Tourist Cycleways. it also includes the “Ciclovia Adriatica”, a cycle-pedestrian path that runs along the whole Adriatic coast; currently only a few sections of this itinerary have been completed.
Specifically, we intend to build a further section of the Adriatic Cycle Route, connecting Porto San Giorgio to Marina Palmense (Fermo), divided by the river Ete Vivo, which represents an environmental limit, important to the development of the Ciclovia.
As a connection node between the two locations a cycle / pedestrian bridge will be built, with cycle paths extending both to the south and to the north.
In this project some aspects, including impact, have been taken into consideration such as the environmental and the natural context in which it is inserted, the analysis of the current road network, the study of the most suitable and performing materials, etc giving a distinctive architectural sign and shape to a suggestive organism and well integrated.
The structure is in steel and has a single span of about 55 m, which allows you not to insert pylons on the watercourse, thus avoiding interference with the river; the reduced sections of the steel also guarantee a lower impact on the around environment.