Ottawa's Airport Parkway crossing may be the world's loneliest bridge.
The incomplete pedestrian and bike-friendly pathway was conceived in 2008 as a way to connect the city's Hunt Club community with the South East transit way.
It has since been subject to significant cost overruns and construction delays up to three years longer than originally projected.
It now sits sad, alone and unfinished, like the Edward Scissorhands of bridges.
Its tragic, yet humourous tweets generally revolve around themes of loneliness and isolation.
I am new to this twitter thing but I have been left all alone and dont know how to get someone to finish me!— Airport bridge (@Airportbridge) March 24, 2014
Help me...it's cold out here and there is nobody working on me to get me finished!— Airport bridge (@Airportbridge) March 24, 2014
Quiet morning....none of these cars stop and say hi! pic.twitter.com/vMe7sNR4kP— Airport bridge (@Airportbridge) March 25, 2014
Big morning stretch!!!!! Today is the day workers show up.....i just know it is... pic.twitter.com/mf37o1oBaV— Airport bridge (@Airportbridge) March 26, 2014
The account was launched on Monday and it only has 35 followers as of Thursday. But at least it's in good company with other bridge accounts.
They both maintain a lighter tone — but then, they're also famous bridges that are completed.
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