#Perth; Hundreds walk across Matagarup Bridge as part of “dynamic tuning” test

THE promise of panoramic Swan River and CBD views motivated 299 of the 300 people that rolled out of bed early on a chilly July morning to be the first members of the public onto Matagarup Bridge yesterday.

For the 300th, legally blind Paul Crestani, it was the opportunity to make history alongside his sons Toby, 13, and Luke, 12.Flanked by his boys and feeling his way with the aid of a long cane, Mr Crestani joined the throng of excited volunteers walking laps of the bridge as part of the “dynamic tuning” process, designed to measure and then eliminate excess vibration or sway in the pedestrian span.

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