- Newport Southbank Bridge (Purple People Bridge)
- Taylor–Southgate Bridge
These are both across the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati. On a trip to an Indians @ Reds game a friend of mine and I parked on the Kentucky side, ate at Hofbräuhaus Newport, then walked across the NSB to get to the game and came back across the TSB afterwards.
- Paso del Norte International Bridge
Over the Rio Grande between El Paso and Juarez. This was just a "let's given the kids a chance to say they've been to Mexico" thing my Dad had us do on a family vacation to the southwest. We parked in El Paso, walked across the bridge (cost a quarter per person), then we went all of about 2 blocks into Juarez, nosed around a shop or two, then walked back having spent a grand total of 30 minutes there.
- B & O Railroad Potomac River Crossing
There are 2 historic railroad bridges across the Potomac from Maryland into Harpers Ferry. One of them has a pedestrian bridge attached to it that carries the Appalachian trail. While visiting Harpers Ferry I walked across it just for the hell of it. I've also been across the other bridge on an Amtrak train.
- Burnside's Bridge
A stone arch bridge in Maryland that saw a lot of action during the Battle of Antietam in September of 1863
- Liberty Bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy
This neat pedestrian bridge in Greenville, SC: