The bridge has been designed by CH2M Hill (now part of Jacobs), who in their previous incarnation Halcrow have previously delivered quite a few Clyde crossings. It's expected that a planning application will be made this summer, with the intention to complete construction in 2021.
The budget has been previously stated as £10m, but I don't know if that's accurate.
So ... spot the difference.
The top picture is the new Govan-Partick bridge. I'm sure any similarity to the Puente de la Mujer in Buenos Aires, shown in the second picture, is entirely coincidental.
I was especially amused to see that the artist tasked with visualising Glasgow's new design adhered so slavishly to their brief (presumably "copy this one please, pal") that they even included a sailing ship.
Or maybe this was their source material:
That one, of course, is in Dublin, and does at least have some back-stays unlike the Buenos Aires span or its Glaswegian clone. What is it about these bridges and sailing ships, anyway?
I don't think there's anything else I really want to say about the Govan-Partick bridge right now, so here are some more visualisations, and a rendered video: