Part of the sacred road is the Roman Bridge within the borders of the Tuzla Plain. The bridge is thought to have been built in the 2nd century AD. It is built in block stones and 93m of it is visible to the eye. Arch abutments are 7m high, 3-4m of which are buried under the ground. The bridge is left in the midst of fields today as the riverbed has changed over the course of time creating an interesting and picturesque view. There are no signs of the bridge being used by vehicles of the antique period and the architectural details hint that it could be a religious throughfare occasionally used by visitors from Alexandria Troas travelling for Apollo’s prophecies.