PHOTOS: Residents enjoying Chol Hamoed on the newly-opened pedestrian bridge over Lakewood’s Lake Carasaljo

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  1. Wonder if we could designate one of those areas that protrude for a ‘mincha area’ and perhaps Four Corners could open up a little place on another of those areas- that would really make it a popular bridge..

  2. I guess there isn’t a weight limit one pic here looks very over crowded and dangerous with all people on it at one time inquiring minds want to know if their are any weight limits

  3. Do you know anything about bridge construction, engineering & physics? It doesn’t seem so.
    Let’s assume 100 people on the bridge at the same time & (way over assuming) an average of 200lbs per person. That’s 20,000lbs on the bridge.
    18 wheelers can weigh up to 80,000lbs. How many are on the Goethals Bridge at the same time?
    How many fully loaded semis are parked in traffic on the George Washington Bridge at the same time?
    With a little Chochmah & Engineering skills bridges can easily be built to hold massive amounts of weight that far exceeds what it will ever experience.
    To answer your question, don’t worry about it.

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