Pennybacker Bridge is a road bridge spanning over the surface of Lake Austin, Texas. It connects the northern and southern parts of the state highway 360 and for that reason it is commonly known as the 360 Bridge. The fragment of the highway with the bridge is considered to be one of the most attractive scenic roads in the United States. Its scenic values are affected by the hilly landscape and openwork structure of the bridge, which has become recognizable in the area. The bridge was opened in 1982 and named after Percy Pennybacker, who designed many such constructions in Texas.