Bolsøy Bridge

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Bolsøy Bridge
Bolsøybrua
Bolsoysundbroa-Molde-Norway.jpg
View of the Bolsøy Bridge
Coordinates 62°43′52″N 07°21′23″E / 62.73111°N 7.35639°E / 62.73111; 7.35639Coordinates: 62°43′52″N 07°21′23″E / 62.73111°N 7.35639°E / 62.73111; 7.35639
Carries 64
Locale Molde, Møre og Romsdal, Norway
Characteristics
Design Beam bridge
Material Concrete
Total length 555 metres (1,821 ft)
Longest span 55 metres (180 ft)
No. of spans 11
Clearance below 16 metres (52 ft)
History
Opened 1991

The Bolsøy Bridge (Norwegian: Bolsøybrua) is a concrete beam bridge in Molde Municipality, Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The bridge crosses the Bolsøysund strait between the mainland and the island of Bolsøya. Bolsøy Bridge was opened in 1991 as part of County Road 64, and together with the Fannefjord Tunnel, they form a ferry-free connection from the town of Molde and the island of Bolsøya to the village of Nesjestranda on the mainland.

The 555-metre (1,821 ft) long bridge is located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southeast of the town of Molde. The bridge has 11 spans, the longest of which is 55 metres (180 ft) long and the maximum clearance to the sea is 16 metres (52 ft).[1]

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