|Carries||Six road lanes of IC 11 - A 10|
|Locale||Carregado, north of Lisbon (right bank)|
Municipality of Benavente (left bank)
|Official name||Ponte da Lezíria|
|Design||box girder, viaducts|
|Total length||12 km|
|Longest span||972 m|
|Toll||€1.25 per passenger car (up to €3.10 per truck) northbound or southbound|
The Lezíria Bridge (Portuguese: Ponte da Lezíria) is a box girder bridge flanked by viaducts and rangeviews that spans the Tagus river and the Sorraia River between Carregado and Benavente, north-east of Lisbon, capital of Portugal. It is the second-longest bridge in Europe (including viaducts) and the ninth longest in the world, with a total length of 12 km. The main bridge spans 972 m over the Tagus and the Sorraia rivers. The span lengths are 95 m - 127 m - 133 m - 4 × 130 m - 95 m.
The bridge carries six road lanes, with a speed limit of 120 km/h (75 mph), the same as motorways.