You might not know this, but Delhi will soon have a bridge that will not only make it easier on the traffic, but will also have the facility to take people to the top for a bird’s eye view of the city—enter: Signature Bridge. Being built to connect Outer Ring Road to Wazirabad Road, Signature Bridge will reduce traffic on the Wazirabad Bridge while commuting between Delhi and Ghaziabad and will reduce commute time between North and North-East Delhi. But that’s not all. The main pillar of the bridge stands 154 metres tall and guess what? You’ll be able to climb to the top! There will be two lifts that will run diagonally inside the main pillar. The first one will take you 82 metres up from the ground, where you can switch to the next lift which will take you another 50 metres up—you’ll be at 132 metres at this point. If you wish to go to the full height of 154 metres, there will be stairs for the rest of the 22 metres. The lift will be able to carry six people at once and its parts have been imported from Italy. Only 4% of the work is left and is expected to be completed by this December should the government continue to provide the funding. Eiffel Tower who? We first read about it here.