The ABC has a story on the media launch of plans for a pedestrian bridge from the National Museum to the back of the Hyatt.
Campaign director Andrew Baulch says the bridge will be a memorial to the contributions of all migrants that have come here since the First Fleet through to the current day.
Considering the only people who will use the thing are tourists, going from the museum to Parliament House, it could be a handy marketing tool for getting more people to sign up for the migration experience.
Sadly they invoke the Godwin’s Law of ACT planning debate, the ghost of Walter Burley Griffin.
One can only hope they build it high enough to not interfere with sail racing on the lake.