The Veluwemeer Aqueduct is a bridge that can be found in Holland. Its purpose is to connect the Dutch mainland to the artificial island of Flevoland, which is located nearby.
The ingenious innovation made by the engineers enables continuous movement of cars while preventing them from interfering with the flow of water traffic.
During the process of building the bridge, the engineers’ overarching goal was to make it possible for land and water traffic to flow in a continuous manner, free of bottlenecks, ferries, and other types of delays.
It turned out that land transportation and water transportation do not conflict with one another in any way.
The numbers are staggering: every day, 28,000 vehicles drive over the underwater bridge that is three meters deep, and boats sail peacefully on the sea surface above the bridge.