Phra Pok Klao Bridge

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Phra Pok Klao Bridge
Coordinates 13°44′20″N 100°29′56″E / 13.738999°N 100.498981°E / 13.738999; 100.498981Coordinates: 13°44′20″N 100°29′56″E / 13.738999°N 100.498981°E / 13.738999; 100.498981
Carries 6 lanes of roadway
Crosses Chao Phraya river
Locale Bangkok, Thailand
Characteristics
Total length 745 m
Longest span 100 m
Clearance below 8.9 m
History
Opened December 3, 1984

Phra Pok Klao Bridge (Thai: สะพานพระปกเกล้า) is a bridge crossing the Chao Phraya river in Bangkok, Thailand. The bridge was designed to alleviate traffic congestion on the adjacent Memorial Bridge. The bridge is composed of 3 viaducts, with the central viaduct designed to carry future mass transit links. As of December 2007 there are no plans to use the central viaduct. 28 December 2002

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