Bridges and structures
Some structures in the Borough are owned by the Council and others are the responsibility of private stakeholders such as Network Rail and Highways England.
The range and type of structures we maintain varies from historically significant bridges like Newport Bridge to the wooden footbridges in our parks and the drainage culverts that run under our highways.
We have footbridges and road bridges over rivers, roads and railways and the scale and variety of these structures is matched by the diversity of construction types and materials, with no two bridges or structures being identical.
Our structures cover a large age range; for example Newport Bridge is a Grade II listed structure built in 1934 whereas the Infinity Bridge was built in 2008.
Tees Transporter Bridge
For detailed information on operating times, charges and the Visitor Experience visit Middlesbrough Council's website.