Recently we took a trip to Oklahoma City to see Skydance Bridge built above Interstate 40. Here’s a link for more information on the bridge (Click Here). This photo was shot with my iPhone 7.
Skydance Bridge is a 380-foot-long pedestrian bridge with a 197- foot-tall sculpture that spans Interstate 40 near Robinson Avenue south of downtown.
The bridge’s soaring architecture was inspired by Oklahoma’s state bird, the scissor-tailed flycatcher. The bridge is located on Harvey Avenue between SW 7th and SW 10th.
It can be accessed from either downtown exit at Western Avenue or Robinson/Shields Avenue. From the Western Avenue exit, head east on SW 5th Street to Harvey Avenue and then south to SW 7th Street. There is on street metered parking at SW 7th Street and Harvey Avenue. From Robinson/Shields Avenue exit, head south to SW 10th Street, then head west to Harvey Avenue. There is also on street parking at this location.
The bridge is illuminated from dusk until dawn each day with LED lights to welcome visitors to downtown. The color of light can be changed remotely, depending on the event or holiday.
The SkyDance Bridge was created for the City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma by SkyBridge Design, LLC and is a copyright protected work. All rights reserved.