Rio Negro Bridge

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Coordinates: 3°7′19″S 60°04′46″W / 3.12194°S 60.07944°W / -3.12194; -60.07944

Rio Negro Bridge
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Coordinates3°7′19″S 60°04′46″W / 3.12194°S 60.07944°W / -3.12194; -60.07944
Carries4 lanes of roadway
CrossesRio Negro
LocaleManaus and Iranduba, Brazil
Official nameJournalist Phelippe Daou Bridge
Characteristics
DesignCable-stayed bridge
Total length3.6 km (2,23 miles)
Height158 metres (518 ft)[1]
Longest span2x200 metres (660 ft)
Clearance above55 metres (180 ft)[1]
History
Construction startNovember, 2007
OpenedOctober 24, 2011
Statistics
Daily traffic4 (2 in each direction)

The Journalist Phelippe Daou Bridge or Rio Negro Bridge (Portuguese: Ponte Rio Negro) is a cable-stayed bridge over the Rio Negro with 3,595 metres (11,795 ft) of length that links the cities of Manaus and Iranduba in Brazil.[2]

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