Located at the junction of Singleton Boulevard and Woodall Rogers Freeway, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is one of Dallas' newest attractions. Spanning 1,200 ft (365 m) and reaching heights of 400 ft (122 m), the six-lane Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge connects Downtown Dallas to West Dallas/Oak Cliff. Its opening in March 2012 was commemorated by a week-long celebration, an organized walk, and a spectacular fireworks shows. It is now one of downtown's most prominent sights. This beautiful bridge is also referred to as "The Bridge to Ray's," and it was designed by Santiago Calatrava. It is made of Italian steel, and is a cable-stayed bridge–visitors won't be able to miss it. Take a drive across it and include it in your tour plans!
The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge was created to support the ongoing Trinity River Corridor Project that plans to add new business opportunities and recreational areas to Downtown Dallas. Another upcoming 2012 new attraction in the Downtown Dallas area is the Woodall Rogers Deck Park, an amazing park built OVER the freeway that will feature green space, a restaurant, walking trails, a performance pavilion, a children's discovery garden, playground, a dog park, and other fun activities.