List of pontoon bridges
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These pontoon bridges are semi-permanent floating bridges located throughout the world. Four of the five longest floating bridges in the world are in Washington State.
- Hobart Bridge
- Sozh Floating Bridge
- Okanagan Lake Bridge
- Completed 1958. Spans 2,100 feet (640 m).
- Spans Okanagan Lake in British Columbia, carrying Highway 97 to Kelowna. This was the first floating bridge built in Canada. The old 3 lane floating bridge has been replaced by a new, 5 lane floating bridge. The new bridge — William R. Bennett Bridge — was completed on May 25, 2008.
- Dongjin Bridge in Ganzhou, China
- Guangji Bridge (Chaozhou), China
- Queen Emma Bridge
- Berbice Bridge
- Demerara Harbour Bridge
- Howrah Bridge
- Nordhordland Bridge
- Completed 1994. Spans 4,086 feet (1,245 m) (the floating bridge part).
- Located near Bergen, Norway, the Nordhordland Bridge consists of a free-floating bridge and a high level cable-stayed bridge. The free-floating bridge has the longest laterally-unsupported span in the world. It is sometimes referred to as the Salhus Bridge.
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- Bergøysund Floating Bridge
- Galata Bridge
United Arab Emirates
- Floating Bridge, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Admiral Clarey Bridge
- Governor Albert D. Rosellini Bridge — Evergreen Point
- Completed 1963. Spans 7,578 feet (2,310 m).
- Formerly spanned Lake Washington in Washington State, carrying State Route 520 from Seattle to Medina. A toll bridge until 1979, its common name is the 520 bridge or Evergreen Point Floating Bridge. It was the longest floating bridge in the world until 2016.
- SR 520 Albert D. Rosellini Evergreen Point Floating Bridge (2016 bridge)
- Completed 2016. Spans 7,710 feet (2,350 m).
- World's longest and widest floating bridge. Built to replace the 1963 bridge of the same name.
- Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge
- Original bridge completed in 1940 but sank in 1990 because of weather and mishaps in maintenance.
- Second bridge completed 1993. Spans 6,620 feet (2,018 m).
- Spans Lake Washington in Washington State, carrying Interstate 90 traffic eastbound from Seattle to Mercer Island. A toll bridge until 1946, its common name is the I-90 bridge or Lake Washington Floating Bridge. It was the first floating bridge longer than a mile, and at the time was the longest floating structure in the world. It is now the second longest floating bridge in the world.
- Hood Canal Bridge
- Homer M. Hadley Memorial Bridge
- Completed 1989. Spans 5,811 feet (1,771 m).
- Spans Lake Washington in Washington state, carrying Interstate 90 traffic westbound from Mercer Island to Seattle. It runs parallel to the Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge, which carries eastbound Interstate 90 Traffic, and is also commonly referred to as the I-90 bridge or Lake Washington Floating Bridge. It is the fifth longest floating bridge in the world.
- Eastbank Esplanade
- Completed 2001. Spans 1,200 feet (366 m).
- Located in Portland, Oregon, it is the longest floating pedestrian bridge in the United States.
- Sunset Lake Floating Bridge
- Located in Brookfield, Vermont
- Built on logs in 1820, then upon tarred barrels in 1884, rebuilt using plastic barrels filled with styrofoam in 1978, carries light automobile traffic.
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