Lille Langebro is a bicycle and pedestrian bridge in Copenhagen, which connects Vester Voldgade and Langebrogade on the Amagerside.
With its nearly 10,500 daily users, the bridge contributes by diverting pedestrian and bicycle traffic from the old Langebro, to itself instead.
Copenhagen municipality has had plans for a pedestrian bridge next to Langebro since 2000.
In 2014, Realdania decided to gift the municipality a sustainable bridge that would contribute to the scene both functionally and visually, to increase attraction to the capital.
The bridge spans 175 meters across the canal and allows boats of up to 5,4 meters to pass underneath it.
It features a 7-meter wide asphalted road for both pedestrians and bicycles. 4 meters are reserved for bicycles.