The pedestrian bridge allows connections between platforms, public space such as streets and squares and even buildings if desired. The Markenburg pedestrian bridge has a fairly timeless look, but most 1: 1 examples were built in the 1990s and shortly after. The Markenburg pedestrian bridge is sufficiently wide to also accommodate any layout such as planters (for example: 01DOR08 or 01DOR24), a kiosk (01RHP17) or departure tables (for example: 01RHP08). The roof of the pedestrian bridge can also be omitted if desired. We also find examples of this in the 1: 1 environment.
The footbridge spans are normally placed between two connectors. Under the spans, tracks, streets, paths and many other usually infrastructural things may be present. The connectors, on the other hand, usually stand on platforms, a green strip, on sidewalks or between the tracks. The spans come in different lengths. The name of the beams has a number that indicates how many tracks can be spanned, although it depends on several factors, but the width is always the same so that the coupling is easier. In terms of construction, the spans are the same as bridge beams, although these spans are somewhat wider and have a tiled floor and glass walls, making it a pleasant environment for pedestrians.