List of bridges and tunnels in Macau

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List of bridges and tunnels in Macau

Bridges[edit]

As parts of Macau are islands and surrounded by islands in mainland China, bridges are a critical infrastructures in the city.

bridge opened length (km) franchise
lasts until
owner/operator cost for
Macau pataca
vehicles
daily
daily
capacity
Ponte de Amizade or
Bridge of Friendship
1994 4.7 N/A Government of Macau toll free
Ponte Governador Nobre de Carvalho or
Macau-Taipa Bridge
1974 2.6 N/A Government of Macau toll free
Ponte de Sai Van or
Sai Van Bridge
2004 2.2 N/A Government of Macau toll free
Ponte Flor de Lótus or
Lotus Bridge
1999 1.78 N/A Government of Macau toll free
Fourth Link Planned N/A N/A Government of Macau toll free

Causeways[edit]

Macau had one causeway when Cotai and Taipa were separate islands. The roadway was not a bridge, but a road built on top of the water. The two islands have since been infilled and the former causeway is now an inland roadway.

roadway opened length (km) franchise
lasts until
owner/operator cost for
Macau pataca
vehicles
daily
daily
capacity
Taipa-Coloane Causeway - now
Estrada do Istmo
1969 2.2 N/A Government of Macau toll free

Tunnel[edit]

Macau currently have two tunnels. One connects two neighborhoods on Macau Peninsula cutoff by hills, and one connects Cotai with University of Macau Hengqin Campus.

bridge opened length (km) franchise
lasts until
owner/operator cost for
Macau pataca
vehicles
daily
daily
capacity
Túnel do Monte da Guia or
Guia Hill Tunnel
1990 0.284 N/A Government of Macau toll free
Túnel Subaquático de Hengqin or
Hengqin Underwater Tunnel
2013 1.57 N/A Government of Macau toll free

Bridge-Causeway-Tunnel[edit]

bridge-causeway-tunnel opened length (km) franchise
lasts until
owner/operator cost for
Macau pataca
vehicles
daily
daily
capacity
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Under construction 29 N/A N/A

References[edit]

  1. ^ As displayed on the official timeline of Macau in the Museum of Macau History in Taipa