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|Official name||ikutsuki bridge .|
|Design||Continuous truss bridge|
|Longest span||400 metres (1,312.336 ft)|
The Ikitsuki Bridge is a continuous truss bridge that connects Ikitsuki to Hirado Island. Completed in 1991, it has a main span of 400 meters (1,300 feet). It is the longest continuous truss bridge in the world. 
The bridge allows automobile access from Ikitsuki to Hirado and the rest of Japan. Previously, the only option to travel off Ikitsuki was by ferry to various ports in Kyūshū.
- Civil Engineering in Japan, Volumes 29-31. Japan Society of Civil Engineers. 1990. p. 183.
- http://www.aisc.org/Content/ContentGroups/Documents/NSBA5/20_NSBA_LongestSpans.PDF[permanent dead link]
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