Sabrina Bridge in Worcester was first opened in 1992. Since then the footbridge has been incredibly well used, providing a link between the city centre to businesses, amenities and university buildings on the west side of the river.
Improving walking and cycling routes around the county is a priority for Worcestershire County Council. As part of this commitment, the bridge will receive its first major refurbishment in 28 years, with works starting in September 2020.
There will then be various phases of work over the following months, which will see scaffolding go up on the bridge, the main span of the bridge being removed and taken away for the refurbishment, before being put back into place late 2020.
Further details of road/lane closures and diversions in the area will be made available on this page. Also keep up to date on our social media channels @WorcsTravel and @worcscc.