Yugra Bridge

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Yugra Bridge

Югорский мост
Surgut IMG 2854 (8157032799).jpg
The Yugra Bridge on the left of image.
Coordinates61°13′34″N 73°09′35″E / 61.22611°N 73.15972°E / 61.22611; 73.15972Coordinates: 61°13′34″N 73°09′35″E / 61.22611°N 73.15972°E / 61.22611; 73.15972
CrossesOb River
LocaleSurgut, Russia
Characteristics
DesignCable-stayed
Total length2,070 metres (6,790 ft)
Width146 metres (479 ft)
Height146 metres (479 ft)
Longest span408 metres (1,339 ft)
History
Construction startOctober 1995
OpenedSeptember 2000 (2000-09)
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The Yugra Bridge (Russian: Югорский мост; or Surgut Bridge, Russian: Сургутский мост) is a cable-stayed bridge across the Ob River at Surgut, Russia. It is one of the longest in Siberia. The bridge is 2,070 meters (6,790 ft)[1] long and has only one tower. Its central span of 408 meters (1,339 ft) makes it the longest single-tower cable-stayed bridge in the world. The bridge was inaugurated in September 2000 and bridge carries road traffic. A steel truss rail bridge runs parallel to the Yugra Bridge.

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