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Hakuchō Ō-hashi (白鳥大橋?)
Hakuchō Bridge at Shukuzu, Muroran
|Carries||two lanes of roadway|
|Locale||Jin-ya, Muroran and Shukuzu, Muroran|
|Total length||720 metres (2,360 ft)|
|Height||140 metres (460 ft) (pylons)|
|Longest span||1,380 metres (4,530 ft)|
|Clearance below||54.45 metres (178.6 ft)|
|Opened||June 13, 1998|
The Hakuchō Bridge (白鳥大橋 Hakuchō Ō-hashi?) is a suspension bridge in Muroran, Hokkaido, Japan. Opened April 17, 1998, it has a main span of 720 meters and is signed as part of Japan National Route 37. It is the first section of Hakuchō new road.
Several windmills line the bridge which provide lighting at night to the park golf link nearby. The winds are extremely high on the bridge, so pedestrians, bikes, and motorbikes are prohibited from crossing.
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