The 450 metre long Goodwill Bridge is a pedestrian and cyclist bridge that was initiated by South Bank Corporation and completed in 2001 by the State Government. It links the southern end of the Parklands at South Bank with Brisbane's CBD and Queensland University of Technology's (QUT) Garden Point campus. The bridge takes its name from the Goodwill Games that were held in Brisbane in 2001. Over 70 000 pedestrians and cyclists use the bridge each week. The bridge was designed by Arup, the same company that led the engineering design for the Sydney Opera House, and is one of the city's finest examples of modern architecture.