Nehru Bridge

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Nehru Bridge
Outside of Gandhi Ashram 02.jpg
Coordinates 23°1′37″N 72°34′29″E / 23.02694°N 72.57472°E / 23.02694; 72.57472Coordinates: 23°1′37″N 72°34′29″E / 23.02694°N 72.57472°E / 23.02694; 72.57472
Carries Road Traffic
Crosses Sabarmati River
Locale Asharam road area, Ahmedabad
Official name Nehru Bridge
Maintained by Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation
Design Steel and Slab bridge

The Nehru Bridge is a major bridge over the river Sabarmati, and serves as an artery of major public transport for the city of Ahmedabad in the state of Gujarat, India. It is a modern and larger bridge compared to the landmark Ellis Bridge, and is dedicated to Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first prime minister.

One of the attractions of Ahmedabad City, the Patang Revolving Restaurant is situated near Nehru Bridge on the banks of Sabarmati River.