Nanpu Bridge

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Nanpu Bridge
南浦大桥
南浦大橋
Nanpu Bridge in Shanghai.jpg
Coordinates 31°12′27″N 121°30′03″E / 31.20750°N 121.50083°E / 31.20750; 121.50083
Carries 7 lanes (road traffic)
Crosses Huangpu River
Locale Zhongqiu Jhiazhai,Shanghai,China
Official name Nanpu Dàqiáo
Characteristics
Design Cable-stayed bridge
Total length 760 metres (2,493 ft)
Longest span 423 metres (1,388 ft)

The Nanpu Bridge (simplified Chinese: 南浦大桥; traditional Chinese: 南浦大橋; pinyin: Nánpǔ Dàqiáo), in Shanghai, China, sister bridge to the Yangpu Bridge, is one of the main bridges in Shanghai.

The cable-stayed bridge was designed by the Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design Institute, Shanghai Urban Construction College, and Shanghai Urban Construction Design Institute, with assistance from Holger S. Svensson. It has a main span of 428 meters (1,388 ft), shorter than its sister bridge. It is the 57th longest cable-stayed bridge in the world, opened to the public in 1991.

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