Cernavodă Bridge

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For another bridge in the same area, see Anghel Saligny Bridge.
Cernavodă Bridge
Cernavoda bridges 1.jpg
Carries Motorway, double-track electrified railway line, two walkways
Crosses Danube
Locale Between Cernavodă and Feteşti
Characteristics
Design CCCF Bucharest[1]
IPTANA Bucharest (viaducts)[2]
Total length 2,622 m (8,602 ft)
Width 32.5 m (107 ft)
Longest span 190 m (620 ft)
History
Opened 1987

The Cernavodă Bridge is a complex of two motorway-railroad truss bridges in Romania, across the Danube River, connecting the cities of Cernavodă and Feteşti, between the regions of Dobruja and Muntenia.

Inaugurated in 1987, the bridges have a total length of 2,622.85 m (8,605.2 ft) of which 1,640.35 m (5,381.7 ft) over the Danube and 982.5 m (3,223 ft) over the Borcea branch of the Danube.[2][3]

Cernavodă Bridge lies on the A2 Sun Motorway, in the vicinity of the old Anghel Saligny Bridge.

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  1. ^ Un nou pod peste Canalul Dunare-Marea Neagra va fi inaugurat la Cernavoda at ziaruldeiasi.ro (Romanian)
  2. ^ a b Giurgeni–Vadu Oii Bridge at iptana.ro (Romanian)
  3. ^ The Cernavodă Bridges Archived May 27, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. (Romanian)

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