A Comprehensive Guide To The Many Skywalks Of Cincinnati
Love 'em or hate 'em, Cincy is full of them. Skywalks, skyways, skybridges… whatever you call them, their purpose is clear: to link two buildings within an urban setting together by way of covered, elevated walkways.
The Skywalk Turns 10!
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the majestic Grand Canyon Skywalk, a structure that Giroux Glass proudly worked on and which opened to the public on March 28, 2007. The horizontal cantilever bridge juts out over the west side of the Grand Canyon in Arizona in a curved U-shape that gives visitors a sweeping view of the canyon below. Pedestrians can walk 70 feet out past the cliff’s edge and stand 4,000 feet above the Colorado River Giroux Employee Scott Snyder stands…
Skywalking Russians Take Amazing Photos
If you thought planking was a fad to be reckoned with, take a look at this new photographic trend ...
The 10 Most Beautiful Skywalks And Viewpoints In The World
Cure your vertigo with these breathtakingly beautiful skywalks and viewpoints, from Chicago's Skydeck to Sydney's BridgeClimb.
Reader's view: Why are skywalk windows even breakable?
The incident described in the March 11 story, "Charges pending after skywalk window smashed," raised questions about why windows in these types of elevated structures are even breakable in the first place.
Canada’s Glacier Skywalk Creates a Death-Defying Way to Experience Nature
The Discovery Walk is a sky-high design that aims to provide visitors a unique gateway to experience the untouched environment like they never have before.
Editorial, 11/25: Lincoln must determine its path forward on skywalks
Lincoln finds itself at a crossroads on its skywalk system.
Forest City closes $79 million sale of Higbee Building to Rock Ohio Caesars, paving way for skywalk
The deal makes way for construction of a controversial skywalk, between the casino and a nearby parking garage, to start this month.
VOTE NOW: How often do you use the downtown Sioux City skywalk?
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The long history of a tall sidewalk: How elevated skywalks have failed cities in the United States
Elevated sidewalks were once considered an urban solution to alleviate pedestrian traffic and offer safe transportation. But each time a skywalk is realized, problems abound.