The Veluwemeer Aqueduct is a bridge located in Holland that connects the mainland of the Netherlands and the man-made island of Flevoland. The engineers’ creative creation allows cars to move uninterruptedly without interfering with water traffic.
The idea of the engineers during the construction of the bridge was that both land and water transport could move continuously, without traffic jams, ferries or delays. The idea came true: land and water transport do not interfere with each other.
The statistics are impressive: 28,000 cars a day pass over the 3-meter deep underwater bridge, and boats calmly cross the water surface above the bridge.