Construction teams will move onto the Scarborough Bridge site on Monday (October 29), ready to replace the existing pedestrian bridge with something bigger and better.
When finished, the new bridge will provide a traffic-free route for 3,000 people a day travelling between the railway station and city centre.
The new bridge will have ramps at either side making it accessible for a range of users, including cyclists, wheelchair users and people pushing prams.
It will also be nearly three times as wide to ensure there is sufficient space for everyone.
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