San Antonio's new massive land bridge is just more proof that everything is bigger in Texas.

The Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge finally opened on December 11 after nearly two whole years of construction, and it's going to start saving the lives of wandering animals.

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150 to 165 ft Width of the land bridge

The bridge, which hangs over Wurzbach Parkway, was put into place to connect the once divided Phil Hardberger Park and offer animals and people a safe way to cross the busy road.

The bridge will also be an amazing community hangout spot, as it connects a park that features multiple amenities such as a playground, dog park and basketball courts.

The Tobin bridge will also be connecting over 7 miles of nature trails, which will undoubtedly lead to a hike that is truly unlike any other in the state.

Of course, the opening day comes with multiple restrictions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including limited bathroom usage and social-distancing.

The Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge

Address: 8400 N.W. Military Hwy. & 13203 Blanco Rd. San Antonio, TX

Why You Need To Go: This bridge is truly unlike anything you've ever seen. Connecting two parks together, you'll find it easy to spend the whole day exploring the wilderness and crossing this massive structure that is saving both human and animal lives.