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If you use the mod Move It, just wiggle the bridge ends a bit and a pillar should "magically" appear on its own.
I've just seen other games have glitches like that, and it seemed so out of place! Good to know, thank you!
If you don't like it, you can easily change it: round it off or do whatever you wish with it. Open it in map editor, make your changes to the land, press play fast forward, let the tsunamis go crazy and once they calm down, save the map with your own name and tadah! you have your own version without a square artificial land area. Restart game, start your city.
This is common in real life landscapes that are similar, like Nagasaki's many artificial land extensions to hold its industrial and port facilities https://goo.gl/maps/uppbQrDhAJSMdahQ7