The side panels are 2.5 metres high and are equipped with gauze that has a 4 x 4 cm mesh. This makes it harder, if not impossible, to throw objects down from the top of the bridge onto the track. There is also an option to cover the top with a fine-meshed, fire-retardant netting to make that even harder.
You can determine the routing across the bridge yourself, using clearly legible traffic signs. You may use the pedestrian bridge effectively as part of your crowd control measures and thus ensure an extra smooth flow of its users or the audience.
The mesh in the side panels and fine mesh above the top make throwing objects down from the top of the bridge impossible, already. To prevent people to throw objects from the steps, the supports of the pedestrian bridge are covered in nets. This also optimises safety next to the bridge.