Gimpo Bridge

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Gimpo Bridge
Coordinates 37°36′43″N 126°47′37″E / 37.611886°N 126.793578°E / 37.611886; 126.793578 (Gimpo Bridge)Coordinates: 37°36′43″N 126°47′37″E / 37.611886°N 126.793578°E / 37.611886; 126.793578 (Gimpo Bridge)
Carries Seoul Ring Expressway
Crosses Han River
Locale Gimpo to Goyang
Characteristics
Design Girder bridge[1]
Material deck: precast prestressed concrete[1]
Total length 2,280 metres (7,480 ft)[1]
Width deck: 38.21 metres (125.4 ft)[1]
Longest span 125 metres (410 ft)[1]
History
Opened 1997
Gimpo Bridge
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gimpo daegyo
McCune–Reischauer Kimp‘o taekyo

The Gimpo Bridge is a bridge in over the Han River, South Korea, and connects the cities of Gimpo and Goyang. This bridge is a part of the Seoul Ring Expressway.

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