Pedestrians and bikers are accustomed to sharing the road and battling automotive traffic, but this proposition becomes trickier, and often more dangerous, when it comes to crossing a major thoroughfare or body of water. A pedestrian bridge, also known as a footbridge, provides a safe mode of passage for cyclists and walkers, and often enriches the area. A successful design must be a safe mode of transit for pedestrians that doesn’t interfere with other traffic on roads or waterways. Architects and artists have conceived spectacular overpasses that are marvels of both design and engineering. In fact, many of these smaller passages have designs that can rival larger bridges built for cars and trucks. From a bright orange overpass in Portugal to a nearly invisible bridge that goes through a moat in the Netherlands, these structures are sure to make drivers jealous.