Rama VII Bridge
|Rama VII Bridge|
View from east bank
|Carries||6 lanes of roadway, pedestrians|
|Crosses||Chao Phraya river|
|Locale||Bangkok and Nonthaburi|
|Total length||933.19 m|
|Longest span||120 m|
|Clearance below||8.9 m|
|Construction start||January 18, 1990|
|Opened||September 23, 1992|
Rama VII Bridge (Thai: สะพานพระราม 7) is a bridge over the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok and Nonthaburi, in Thailand, connecting the districts Bang Sue and Bang Phlat. The roadway is in a dual carriageway configuration, with 3 lanes in each direction.
Bureau of Maintenance and Traffic Safety, Thailand. "RAMA VII BRIDGE". Retrieved 2008-01-06.
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