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Early article comments[edit]

I think this page should be renamed List of largest cable-stayed bridges. The bridges are not ranked by overall length, so longest is misleading. Suspension bridges are commonly called "large" by the size of the main span. This is also the way List of largest suspension bridges is named. Also, cable-stayed needs a hyphen. -- Samuel Wantman 07:35, 10 April 2006 (UTC)

Sounds good. Just leave a redirect at the old name. --Thetrick 08:10, 10 April 2006 (UTC)
Moved -- Samuel Wantman 07:34, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

New bridge in Thailand[edit]

Not sure where this new bridge should be placed in the list. It is two bridge joined together with an entrace/exit at the middle. For now, it is called Mega Bridge. It will be opened in upcoming months with the new official name. [1] [2]. -- Lerdsuwa 17:27, 3 September 2006 (UTC)

Puente La Amistad Costa Rica Taiwan[edit]

While the full lengths of this bridge is 780m, the cable-stayed longest span is only 260m so it's position in the list was changed to the proper position.

Add Hale Boggs Bridge (near Luling, LA)[edit]

Please add the Hale Boggs Bridge to this list.

This was the first major cable stayed bridge in the United States. Refer to other Wikipedia articles for information such as span length, date of construction, etc.

Thanks 192.234.241.102 15:07, 18 December 2006 (UTC)

Done. VerruckteDan 23:03, 18 December 2006 (UTC)

Add more info into the table?[edit]

Anyone intersted in having the tower type (H-shape, diamond shape, etc.) and cable arrrangement (fan, semi-fan, harp) added to this table? - SCgatorFan 03:53, 25 April 2007 (UTC)

Definitive List of C-S bridges?[edit]

If anyone knows of a good list please include it on the page as a reference. I haven't found one that is up-to-date.

Start with the most up to date one you can find, and then search through structurea.de to find any more recent bridges. -- Samuel Wantman 07:34, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

Freedom Bridge ("Most Slobode" in Serbian), built in 1981, destroyed by NATO aviation in 1999, rebuilt in 2005: - height of the towers: 60 m - length of the main span: 361 m - bridge length: 1382 m - number of cables: 48 - built: 1976-1981 - 30.000 cubic meters of concrete - 2.150 tons of concrete steel - 10.000 tons of steel - 6 lanes of trafic + 2 pedestrian - at the time WORLD RECORD in cable-stayed brigde science with cables in middle plane (more: http://sr.wikipedia.org/sr-el/Мост_слободе)

Architect: Nikola Hajdin, president of Serbian Academy of Sciences and arts: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikola_Hajdin

Picture (year 1981): http://vojvodina.srbija-info.yu/posledice/mostovi/sloboda_cela.jpg Pictures (before and after the bombing): http://vojvodina.srbija-info.yu/posledice/mostovi/most_slobode.htm Artistic pictures: http://www.dizajnzona.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=30547&mode=threaded&pid=385508

People ON THE BRIGDE during the bombing: 9; all civilians (since the bridge was never used by the army, it was a civilian bridge); all were rescued.

Picture: http://vojvodina.srbija-info.yu/posledice/mostovi/prica_o_spasavanju.htm Pictires of some of the destroyed brigdes during NATO invasion on Yugoslavia: http://opinionleaders.htmlplanet.com/avala/mostovi.html http://www.ns-caffe.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=185&Itemid=73

Before and after, pictures taken from the same place: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=404185 (somewhere in the middle of the page, at the end of first post; search for: "Most Slobode")

The bridge was rebuilt in 2 years and 22 days, with the cost of approx. 40 million euros. Academic professor Nikola Hajdin said that the brigde had no strategic role, that it was a city bridge, and that NATO destroyed it for no reason whatsoever.

Another bridge by professor Nikola Hajdin: New Railway Bridge in Beograde http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Railway_Bridge_(Belgrade) - 1928 m long - THE FIRST CABLE-STAYED RAILWAY BRIDGE IN THE WORLD, oppened 1979.

More about world-famous scientist Nikola Hajdin, professor of University of Belgrade, can be found here (and need to be translated from Serbian to English): http://sr.wikipedia.org/sr-el/Никола_Хајдин

New Railway Bridge in Beograde is among the largest cable-stayed brigdes in the world; it should be mentioned at the appropriate page. Freedom Bridge in the city of Novi Sad is the only cable-stayed brigde built-destroyed-rebult in the world. It now looks the same as it was before NATO destroyed it.

WikiNeutrino 02:39, 24 July 2007 (UTC)

Check place 57 for Liberty Bridge, Novi Sad, New Railroad Bridge (Belgrade) has main span 254 m, thus no qualify to that list. --Jklamo 12:27, 24 July 2007 (UTC)

What about the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan? ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mackinac_Bridge — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2600:1700:DC60:B960:55F4:4FF8:F954:1DAF (talk) 04:37, 29 June 2018 (UTC)

Cut archive[edit]

To keep article in reasonable size and length i cutted these and archive them there.

Second cut-off.--Glabb (talk) 22:04, 6 February 2017 (UTC)
Rank Name Span [m] Span [ft] Pylons Comp Location Country Ref
Inland Sea Bridge2.jpg 52 Ikuchi Bridge (ja) 490 m 1608 ft
2
1991
Innoshima Island - Ikuchi Island (Hiroshima)
34°18′14.7″N 133°9′0.2″E / 34.304083°N 133.150056°E / 34.304083; 133.150056 (Ikuchi Bridge)
 Japan [S 1]
Under the bridge - Oresund Bridge.jpg 53 Øresund Bridge 490 m 1608 ft
2
2000
Copenhagen - Malmö
55°34′30.6″N 12°49′37″E / 55.575167°N 12.82694°E / 55.575167; 12.82694 (Øresund Bridge)
 Denmark
 Sweden
[S 2]
Higashi-Kobe Bridge - opencage2.jpg 54 Higashi Kobe Bridge 485 m 1591 ft
2
1992
Kobe (Hyōgo)
34°42′34.4″N 135°17′23.5″E / 34.709556°N 135.289861°E / 34.709556; 135.289861 (Higashi Kobe Bridge)
 Japan [S 3]
Audubon Bridge2.jpg 55 John James Audubon Bridge (Mississippi River) 482 m 1581 ft
2
2011
Pointe Coupee Parish - West Feliciana Parish (Louisiana)
30°43′12.9″N 91°21′6.9″W / 30.720250°N 91.351917°W / 30.720250; -91.351917 (John James Audubon Bridge (Mississippi River))
 United States [S 4]
Ehuang Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 56 Ehuang Yangtze River Bridge 480 m 1575 ft
2
2002
Huanggang - Ezhou (Hubei)
30°24′45.9″N 114°55′9.8″E / 30.412750°N 114.919389°E / 30.412750; 114.919389 (Ehuang Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 5]
Megami Bridge 1020753 2.jpg 57 Megami Bridge (ja) 480 m 1575 ft
2
2006
Nagasaki (Nagasaki Prefecture)
32°43′17.5″N 129°50′58.5″E / 32.721528°N 129.849583°E / 32.721528; 129.849583 (Megami Bridge)
 Japan [S 6]
Zhanjiang bridge-edit.jpg 58 Zhanjiang Bay Bridge 480 m 1575 ft
2
2006
Zhanjiang (Guangdong)
21°15′7.5″N 110°25′5.5″E / 21.252083°N 110.418194°E / 21.252083; 110.418194 (Zhanjiang Bay Bridge)
 China [S 7]
Korea-1682947.jpg 59 Geogeum Bridge (ko) 480 m 1575 ft
2
2011
Goheung County (South Jeolla Province)
34°30′7.8″N 127°7′44.2″E / 34.502167°N 127.128944°E / 34.502167; 127.128944 (Geogeum Bridge)
 South Korea [1]
60 Second Jiaojiang Bridge (zh) 480 m 1575 ft
2
2014
Taizhou (Zhejiang)
28°41′9.3″N 121°28′18.8″E / 28.685917°N 121.471889°E / 28.685917; 121.471889 (Second Jiaojiang Bridge)
 China [S 8]
Ting Kau Bridge-1.jpg 61 Ting Kau Bridge 475 m 1558 ft
3
1998
Tsing Yi - Ting Kau, Honk Kong
22°21′51.2″N 114°4′46.6″E / 22.364222°N 114.079611°E / 22.364222; 114.079611 (Ting Kau Bridge)
 China [S 9]
Goega Bridge Panorama-east.jpg 62 Busan–Geoje Fixed Link 475 m 1558 ft
2
2010
Busan - Geoje
35°0′54.5″N 128°45′15.6″E / 35.015139°N 128.754333°E / 35.015139; 128.754333 (Busan–Geoje Fixed Link)
 South Korea [S 10]
Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge2.jpg 63 Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge 471 m 1545 ft
2
2005
Charleston (South Carolina)
32°48′10.5″N 79°54′55.3″W / 32.802917°N 79.915361°W / 32.802917; -79.915361 (Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge)
 United States [S 11]
Yellow-sea-bridge-744740.jpg 64 Seohae Bridge 470 m 1542 ft
2
2000
Pyeongtaek (Gyeonggi) - Dangjin (South Chungcheong)
36°57′6.2″N 126°50′26.7″E / 36.951722°N 126.840750°E / 36.951722; 126.840750 (Seohae Bridge)
 South Korea [S 12]
The New Port Mann Bridge2.jpg 65 Port Mann Bridge 470 m 1542 ft
2
2012
Surrey - Coquitlam (British Columbia)
49°13′5.4″N 122°48′44.3″W / 49.218167°N 122.812306°W / 49.218167; -122.812306 (Port Mann Bridge)
 Canada [S 13]
Qingshuipu Bridge, Ningbo.JPG 66 Qingshuipu Bridge (zh) 468 m 1535 ft
2
2011
Ningbo, Zhejiang
29°55′26.5″N 121°40′46.2″E / 29.924028°N 121.679500°E / 29.924028; 121.679500 (Qingshuipu Bridge)
 China [S 14]
67 Qingshuipu Railway Bridge (zh) 468 m 1535 ft
2
2014
Ningbo, Zhejiang
29°55′24.9″N 121°40′44.8″E / 29.923583°N 121.679111°E / 29.923583; 121.679111 (Qingshuipu Railway Bridge)
 China [2]
Alex Fraser Bridge.jpg 68 Alex Fraser Bridge 465 m 1526 ft
2
1986
Delta, British Columbia
49°9′35.6″N 122°56′34″W / 49.159889°N 122.94278°W / 49.159889; -122.94278 (Alex Fraser Bridge)
 Canada [S 15]
Yingbin Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 69 Dingshan Bridge 464 m 1522 ft
2
2013
Jiangjin District (Chongqing)
29°16′28.2″N 106°17′12.6″E / 29.274500°N 106.286833°E / 29.274500; 106.286833 (Dingshan Bridge)
 China
Yokohama Baybridge 04.jpg 70 Yokohama Bay Bridge 460 m 1509 ft
2
1989
Yokohama (Kanagawa)
35°27′16.9″N 139°40′26.5″E / 35.454694°N 139.674028°E / 35.454694; 139.674028 (Yokohama Bay Bridge)
 Japan [S 16]
Junshan Bridge-2.jpg 71 Wuhan Junshan Yangtze River Bridge 460 m 1509 ft
2
2001
Wuhan (Hubei)
30°22′26.5″N 114°8′25″E / 30.374028°N 114.14028°E / 30.374028; 114.14028 (Wuhan Junshan Yangtze River Bridge)
 China
Fengjie Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 72 Fengjie Yangtze River Bridge 460 m 1509 ft
2
2005
Fengjie County (Chongqing)
31°1′13.1″N 109°28′51.4″E / 31.020306°N 109.480944°E / 31.020306; 109.480944 (Fengjie Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 17]
Changshou Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 73 Changshou Yangtze River Bridge 460 m 1509 ft
2
2009
Changshou District (Chongqing)
29°48′59.2″N 107°3′25.3″E / 29.816444°N 107.057028°E / 29.816444; 107.057028 (Changshou Yangtze River Bridge)
 China
Zhongxian Changjiang Bridge.JPG 74 Zhongzhou Yangtze River Bridge 460 m 1509 ft
2
2010
Zhong County (Chongqing)
30°13′55″N 108°0′21″E / 30.23194°N 108.00583°E / 30.23194; 108.00583 (Zhongzhou Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 18]
75 Danzhou Yangpu Bridge (zh) 460 m 1509 ft
2
2014
Danzhou (Hainan)
19°43′26.4″N 109°12′37.2″E / 19.724000°N 109.210333°E / 19.724000; 109.210333 (Danzhou Yangpu Bridge)
 China [3][4]
76 Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge
under construction
460 m 1509 ft
2
2017
Hong Kong, Macau
22°16′58.6″N 113°43′53.9″E / 22.282944°N 113.731639°E / 22.282944; 113.731639 (Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge)
 China [5]
Vidyasagar Setu - Howrah 2012-01-14 0941.JPG 77 Vidyasagar Setu 457 m 1499 ft
2
1992
Kolkata - Howrah (West Bengal)
22°33′24.2″N 88°19′42.1″E / 22.556722°N 88.328361°E / 22.556722; 88.328361 (Vidyasagar Setu)
 India [S 19]
Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge.jpg 78 Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge 457 m 1499 ft
2
2014
St. Louis (Missouri)
St. Clair County (Illinois)
38°38′45.1″N 90°10′41.8″W / 38.645861°N 90.178278°W / 38.645861; -90.178278 (Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge)
 United States [S 20]
Severn Bridges-33-Edit2.jpg 79 Second Severn Bridge 456 m 1496 ft
2
1996
Newport, Wales (Monmouthshire) - Bristol (South Gloucestershire)
51°34′27.2″N 2°42′0.5″W / 51.574222°N 2.700139°W / 51.574222; -2.700139 (Second Severn Bridge)
 United Kingdom [S 21]
Rama IX Bridge-2.jpg 80 Rama IX Bridge 450 m 1476 ft
2
1987
Bangkok
13°40′56.8″N 100°31′4.6″E / 13.682444°N 100.517944°E / 13.682444; 100.517944 (Rama IX Bridge)
 Thailand [S 22]
The Queen Elizabeth II Bridge at Dartford - geograph.org.uk - 1515684.jpg 81 Queen Elizabeth II Bridge 450 m 1476 ft
2
1991
Dartford (Kent)
51°27′53.3″N 0°15′31.9″E / 51.464806°N 0.258861°E / 51.464806; 0.258861 (Queen Elizabeth II Bridge)
 United Kingdom [S 23]
Chongqing bridge, Dafosi Yangtze River Bridge.jpg 82 Dafosi Bridge 450 m 1476 ft
2
1997
Chongqing
29°36′24″N 106°34′57.5″E / 29.60667°N 106.582639°E / 29.60667; 106.582639 (Dafosi Bridge)
 China
Fuling Shibangou Yangtze River Bridge.jpg 83 Shiban'gou Yangtze River Bridge 450 m 1476 ft
2
2009
Fuling District (Chongqing)
29°43′50.5″N 107°24′21.4″E / 29.730694°N 107.405944°E / 29.730694; 107.405944 (Shiban'gou Yangtze River Bridge)
 China
Cầu Vàm Cống, 042016.JPG 84 Vam Cong Bridge (vi)
under construction
450 m 1476 ft
2
2017
Cần Thơ, Mekong Delta
10°19′00.9″N 105°30′14.7″E / 10.316917°N 105.504083°E / 10.316917; 105.504083 (Vam Cong Bridge)
 Vietnam [6][7]
Hangzhou Bay Bridge-1.jpg 85 Hangzhou Bay Bridge 448 m 1470 ft
2
2008
Jiaxing - Cixi City (Zhejiang)
30°33′52.6″N 121°2′51.1″E / 30.564611°N 121.047528°E / 30.564611; 121.047528 (Hangzhou Bay Bridge)
 China [S 24]
Lijiatuo Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 86 Lijiatuo Yangtze River Bridge 444 m 1457 ft
2
1995
Chongqing
29°28′46.1″N 106°31′42.4″E / 29.479472°N 106.528444°E / 29.479472; 106.528444 (Lijiatuo Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 25]
Puente Ingeniero Carlos Fernández Casado2.jpg 87 Ingeniero Carlos Fernández Casado Bridge (es) 440 m 1444 ft
2
1983
Barrios de Luna - Sena de Luna (León)
42°53′46.2″N 5°53′17.8″W / 42.896167°N 5.888278°W / 42.896167; -5.888278 (Ingeniero Carlos Fernández Casado Bridge)
 Spain [S 26]
88 Huanghe Bridge Zhungeer 440 m 1444 ft
2
2015
Jungar Banner, Inner Mongolia
39°48′37.0″N 111°23′34.1″E / 39.810278°N 111.392806°E / 39.810278; 111.392806 (Huanghe Bridge Zhungeer)
 China [8]
Liuchonghe Bridge-1.jpg 89 Liuchonghe Bridge 438 m 1437 ft
2
2013
Zhijin County (Guizhou)
26°48′29.4″N 105°53′4.5″E / 26.808167°N 105.884583°E / 26.808167; 105.884583 (Liuchonghe Bridge)
 China [9]
Guanyinyan Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 90 Guanyinyan Bridge 436 m 1430 ft
2
2009
Jiangjin District (Chongqing)
29°15′48.4″N 106°19′16.4″E / 29.263444°N 106.321222°E / 29.263444; 106.321222 (Guanyinyan Bridge)
 China
营口辽河大桥2.jpg 91 Liaohe Bridge 436 m 1430 ft
2
2010
Yingkou (Liaoning)
40°41′38.4″N 122°10′55.3″E / 40.694000°N 122.182028°E / 40.694000; 122.182028 (Liaohe Bridge)
 China
Bai Chai Bridge, Ha Long Bay, Vietnam2.jpg 92 Bai Chay Bridge 435 m 1427 ft
2
2006
Hạ Long (Quảng Ninh Province)
20°57′36.8″N 107°3′57.3″E / 20.960222°N 107.065917°E / 20.960222; 107.065917 (Bai Chay Bridge)
 Vietnam [S 27]
Suramadu Bridge 5.JPG 93 Suramadu Bridge 434 m 1424 ft
2
2009
Surabaya (Java) - Bangkalan (Madura Island)
7°11′7.6″S 112°46′48.3″E / 7.185444°S 112.780083°E / -7.185444; 112.780083 (Suramadu Bridge)
 Indonesia [S 28]
Tongling Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 94 Tongling Yangtze River Bridge 432 m 1417 ft
2
1995
Tongling (Anhui)
30°51′21.6″N 117°43′36.6″E / 30.856000°N 117.726833°E / 30.856000; 117.726833 (Tongling Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 29]
Hanjiatuo Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 95 Hanjiatuo Yangtze River Bridge 432 m 1417 ft
2
2013
Fuling District (Chongqing)
29°46′3.7″N 107°25′2.2″E / 29.767694°N 107.417278°E / 29.767694; 107.417278 (Hanjiatuo Yangtze River Bridge)
 China
96 New Baishatuo Bridge (zh)
under construction
432 m 1417 ft
2
2017
Dadukou District - Jiangjin District, Chongqing
29°21′16.4″N 106°25′35.6″E / 29.354556°N 106.426556°E / 29.354556; 106.426556 (New Baishatuo Bridge)
 China
Kap Shui Mun Bridge 2234.jpg 97 Kap Shui Mun Bridge 430 m 1411 ft
2
1997
Ma Wan - Lantau Island, Honk Kong
22°20′39.5″N 114°3′19.1″E / 22.344306°N 114.055306°E / 22.344306; 114.055306 (Kap Shui Mun Bridge)
 China [S 30]
Yibin Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 98 Yibin Yangtze River Bridge (zh) 430 m 1411 ft
2
2008
Yibin (Sichuan)
28°45′58.7″N 104°39′18.2″E / 28.766306°N 104.655056°E / 28.766306; 104.655056 (Yibin Yangtze River Bridge)
 China
99 Myodo Bridge (ko) 430 m 1411 ft
2
2012
Gwangyang (South Jeolla Province)
34°52′0″N 127°43′10.3″E / 34.86667°N 127.719528°E / 34.86667; 127.719528 (Myodo Bridge)
 South Korea [S 31]
Chongqing September 2016 4.jpg 100 Dongshuimen Bridge 430 m 1411 ft
2
2014
Chongqing
29°33′39″N 106°35′12.8″E / 29.56083°N 106.586889°E / 29.56083; 106.586889 (Dongshuimen Bridge)
 China
101 Polonggou Bridge (zh)
under construction
430 m 1411 ft
2
2016
Bayi District, Tibet Autonomous Region
30°02′31.7″N 95°00′42.9″E / 30.042139°N 95.011917°E / 30.042139; 95.011917 (Polonggou Bridge)
 China [10]
102 Jiaxing-Shaoxing Sea Bridge 428 m
(x5)
1404 ft
(x5)
6
2013
Jiaxing - Shaoxing (Zhejiang)
30°14′25.3″N 120°46′35.1″E / 30.240361°N 120.776417°E / 30.240361; 120.776417 (Jiaxing-Shaoxing Sea Bridge)
 China [S 32]
Helgelandsbrua & Leirfjorden2.jpg 103 Helgeland Bridge 425 m 1394 ft
2
1991
Sandnessjøen - Leirfjord (Nordland)
66°2′16.9″N 12°43′11.9″E / 66.038028°N 12.719972°E / 66.038028; 12.719972 (Helgeland Bridge)
 Norway [S 33]
Nanpu Bridge1.JPG 104 Nanpu Bridge 423 m 1388 ft
2
1991
Shanghai
31°12′26.4″N 121°30′3.7″E / 31.207333°N 121.501028°E / 31.207333; 121.501028 (Nanpu Bridge)
 China [S 34]
Seto Bri2.jpg 105 Iwakurojima Bridge 420 m 1378 ft
2
1988
Yoshima Island - Iwakuro Island (Kagawa)
34°24′6″N 133°48′32.1″E / 34.40167°N 133.808917°E / 34.40167; 133.808917 (Iwakurojima Bridge)
 Japan [S 35]
Iwakurojima and Hitsuishijima Bridges2.jpg 106 Hitsuishijima Bridge 420 m 1378 ft
2
1988
Hitsuishi Island - Iwakuro Island (Kagawa)
34°24′34.1″N 133°48′24.8″E / 34.409472°N 133.806889°E / 34.409472; 133.806889 (Hitsuishijima Bridge)
 Japan [S 36]
Vasco da Gama Bridge 03.JPG 107 Vasco da Gama Bridge 420 m 1378 ft
2
1998
Lisbon - Montijo
38°47′9″N 9°5′17.1″W / 38.78583°N 9.088083°W / 38.78583; -9.088083 (Vasco da Gama Bridge)
 Portugal [S 37]
Puente Centenario - Flickr - jacf18.jpg 108 Centennial Bridge, Panama 420 m 1378 ft
2
2004
Paraíso (Panama Canal)
9°1′52.2″N 79°38′5.5″W / 9.031167°N 79.634861°W / 9.031167; -79.634861 (Centennial Bridge, Panama)
 Panama [S 38]
Donghai Bridge-3.jpg 109 Donghai Bridge 420 m 1378 ft
2
2005
Shanghai - Dawugui Island
30°43′29.2″N 121°58′29.6″E / 30.724778°N 121.974889°E / 30.724778; 121.974889 (Donghai Bridge)
 China [S 39]
River cruise 2009 27b2.jpg 110 Greenville Bridge 420 m 1378 ft
2
2010
Greenville (Mississippi) - Lake Village (Arkansas)
33°17′13.2″N 91°9′15.3″W / 33.287000°N 91.154250°W / 33.287000; -91.154250 (Greenville Bridge)
 United States [S 40]
Hejiang Bridge.JPG 111 Hejiang Bridge 420 m 1378 ft
2
2013
Hejiang County (Sichuan)
28°50′43.7″N 105°47′57.2″E / 28.845472°N 105.799222°E / 28.845472; 105.799222 (Hejiang Bridge)
 China [11]
Huai'an Bridge in Fuzhou.jpg 112 Huai'an Bridge (zh) 416 m 1365 ft
2
2012
Fuzhou (Fujian)
26°6′25.9″N 119°14′6.6″E / 26.107194°N 119.235167°E / 26.107194; 119.235167 (Huai'an Bridge)
 China [12]
113 Yunyang Han River Bridge (zh) 414 m 1358 ft
2
1994
Yun County (Hubei)
32°48′31.1″N 110°48′15.7″E / 32.808639°N 110.804361°E / 32.808639; 110.804361 (Yunyang Han River Bridge)
 China [S 41]
Uddevallabron.jpg 114 Uddevalla Bridge 414 m 1358 ft
2
2000
Uddevalla (Västra Götaland)
58°19′31.7″N 11°50′39.6″E / 58.325472°N 11.844333°E / 58.325472; 11.844333 (Uddevalla Bridge)
 Sweden [S 42]
Meiko-Higashi Bridge.jpg 115 Meiko-Higashi Bridge (ja) 410 m 1345 ft
2
1998
Nagoya (Aichi)
35°3′12.7″N 136°52′42.6″E / 35.053528°N 136.878500°E / 35.053528; 136.878500 (Meiko-Higashi Bridge)
 Japan [S 43]
Surgut Bridge.jpg 116 Surgut Bridge 408 m 1339 ft
1
2000
Surgut (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug)
61°13′2.4″N 73°9′35.7″E / 61.217333°N 73.159917°E / 61.217333; 73.159917 (Surgut Bridge)
 Russia [S 44]
Meiko Nishi Bridges-2-edit.jpg 117 Meiko Nishi Bridge (ja)
(northbound)
406 m 1332 ft
2
1985
Nagoya (Aichi)
35°3′7.4″N 136°50′3.7″E / 35.052056°N 136.834361°E / 35.052056; 136.834361 (Meiko Nishi Bridge)
 Japan [S 45]
Runyang North Bridge, China.jpg 118 Runyang Yangtze River Bridge 406 m 1332 ft
2
2005
Zhenjiang - Yangzhou (Jiangsu)
32°13′43.1″N 119°21′30.3″E / 32.228639°N 119.358417°E / 32.228639; 119.358417 (Runyang Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 46]
名港西大橋2.jpg 119 Meiko Nishi Bridge (ja)
(southbound)
405 m 1329 ft
2
1997
Nagoya (Aichi)
35°3′5.6″N 136°50′3.6″E / 35.051556°N 136.834333°E / 35.051556; 136.834333 (Meiko Nishi Bridge)
 Japan [S 45]
Riyadh Bridge.jpg 120 Wadi Leban Bridge 405 m 1329 ft
2
2000
Riyadh
24°36′58.2″N 46°34′57.9″E / 24.616167°N 46.582750°E / 24.616167; 46.582750 (Wadi Leban Bridge)
 Saudi Arabia [S 47]
Bruecke st. nazaire2.jpg 121 Saint-Nazaire Bridge 404 m 1325 ft
2
1974
Saint-Nazaire - Saint-Brevin-les-Pins (Loire-Atlantique)
47°17′5.8″N 2°10′14.1″W / 47.284944°N 2.170583°W / 47.284944; -2.170583 (Saint-Nazaire Bridge)
 France [S 48]
US Navy 101201-N-3705H-003 Sailors and Marines watch from the flight deck as the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) passes underneath th2.jpg 122 Suez Canal Bridge 404 m 1325 ft
2
2001
El-Qantarah el-Sharqiyya (Ismailia)
30°49′40.8″N 32°19′3.8″E / 30.828000°N 32.317722°E / 30.828000; 32.317722 (Suez Canal Bridge)
 Egypt [S 49]
Puente de Rande2.JPG 123 Rande Bridge 401 m 1316 ft
2
1981
Vigo (Galicia)
42°17′17.6″N 8°39′37.6″W / 42.288222°N 8.660444°W / 42.288222; -8.660444 (Rande Bridge)
 Spain [S 50]
Bridge at Brest.jpg 124 Pont de l’Iroise 400 m 1312 ft
2
1994
Plougastel-Daoulas - Le Relecq-Kerhuon (Finistère)
48°23′18.1″N 4°23′55.6″W / 48.388361°N 4.398778°W / 48.388361; -4.398778 (Pont de l’Iroise)
 France [S 51]
Second Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge.jpg 125 Second Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge 400 m 1312 ft
2
1995
Wuhan (Hubei)
30°36′18.4″N 114°19′13″E / 30.605111°N 114.32028°E / 30.605111; 114.32028 (Second Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 52]
Masan Changwon Bridge-edit.JPG 126 Machang Bridge (ko) 400 m 1312 ft
2
2008
Masan - Changwon (South Gyeongsang Province)
35°9′48.1″N 128°35′41″E / 35.163361°N 128.59472°E / 35.163361; 128.59472 (Machang Bridge)
 South Korea [S 53]
20080927いろは漕ぎ4.jpg 127 Takashima Hizen Bridge (ja) 400 m 1312 ft
2
2009
Takashima Island (Nagasaki) - Hizen (Saga)
33°26′22.1″N 129°47′14.9″E / 33.439472°N 129.787472°E / 33.439472; 129.787472 (Takashima Hizen Bridge)
 Japan
Zhongjianhe Bridge.jpg 128 Zhongjianhe Bridge (zh) 400 m 1312 ft
2
2014
Xuan'en County (Hubei)
Zhongjianhe Bridge}}
 China [13][14]
129 Nissibi Euphrates Bridge 400 m 1312 ft
2
2014
Adıyaman - Siverek (Southeastern Anatolia Region)
37°53′56.2″N 38°58′27.8″E / 37.898944°N 38.974389°E / 37.898944; 38.974389 (Nissibi Euphrates Bridge)
 Turkey
130 Quanzhou Bay Bridge (zh) 400 m 1312 ft
2
2015
Quanzhou (Fujian)
24°49′56.6″N 118°42′13.4″E / 24.832389°N 118.703722°E / 24.832389; 118.703722 (Quanzhou Bay Bridge)
 China [15]
Chao Phraya Phra Pradaeng Mega Bridge 2-edit.jpg 131 Bhumibol Bridge 398 m 1306 ft
2
2006
Phra Pradaeng District, Samut Prakan Province
13°39′38″N 100°32′22.9″E / 13.66056°N 100.539694°E / 13.66056; 100.539694 (Bhumibol Bridge)
 Thailand [S 54]
Lidu Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 132 Lidu Yangtze River Bridge 398 m 1306 ft
2
2007
Fuling District, Chongqing
29°43′37.3″N 107°17′36.5″E / 29.727028°N 107.293472°E / 29.727028; 107.293472 (Lidu Yangtze River Bridge)
 China
Meetup DamesPt 6-14-10-9419.jpg 133 Dames Point Bridge 396 m 1299 ft
2
1989
Jacksonville, Florida
30°23′4.1″N 81°33′24.8″W / 30.384472°N 81.556889°W / 30.384472; -81.556889 (Dames Point Bridge)
 United States [S 55]
134 Mauricio Báez Bridge 390 m 1280 ft
2
2007
San Pedro de Macorís, San Pedro de Macorís Province
18°30′2″N 69°20′15″W / 18.50056°N 69.33750°W / 18.50056; -69.33750 (Mauricio Báez Bridge)
 Dominican Republic [S 56]
Badong Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 135 Badong Yangtze River Bridge 388 m 1273 ft
2
2004
Badong County, Hubei
31°2′54.8″N 110°19′42.5″E / 31.048556°N 110.328472°E / 31.048556; 110.328472 (Badong Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 57]
Tjörnbron September 2014 02.jpg 136 Tjörn Bridge 386 m 1266 ft
2
1981
Stenungsund - Tjörn, Västra Götaland County
58°3′35″N 11°47′6″E / 58.05972°N 11.78500°E / 58.05972; 11.78500 (Tjörn Bridge)
 Sweden [S 58]
137 Third Jinan Yellow River Bridge 386 m 1266 ft
1
2008
Jinan, Shandong
36°49′49.5″N 117°8′12.1″E / 36.830417°N 117.136694°E / 36.830417; 117.136694 (Third Jinan Yellow River Bridge)
 China
Meixihe Bridge.JPG 138 Meixi River Expressway Bridge 386 m 1266 ft
2
2010
Fengjie County, Chongqing
31°4′15″N 109°30′16.3″E / 31.07083°N 109.504528°E / 31.07083; 109.504528 (Meixi River Expressway Bridge)
 China [S 59]
Huangpu Bridge-2.jpg 139 Huangpu Bridge 383 m 1257 ft
1
2008
Guangzhou, Guangdong
23°4′50.4″N 113°28′56.7″E / 23.080667°N 113.482417°E / 23.080667; 113.482417 (Huangpu Bridge)
 China [S 60]
Север России (122).JPG 140 Bolshoy Obukhovsky Bridge 382 m 1253 ft
2
2004
Saint Petersburg, Northwestern Federal District
59°51′13″N 30°29′34″E / 59.85361°N 30.49278°E / 59.85361; 30.49278 (Bolshoy Obukhovsky Bridge)
 Russia [S 61]
Sidney Lanier Bridge.jpg 141 Sidney Lanier Bridge 381 m 1250 ft
2
2003
Brunswick, Georgia
31°6′57.6″N 81°29′6.5″W / 31.116000°N 81.485139°W / 31.116000; -81.485139 (Sidney Lanier Bridge)
 United States [S 62]
Hartmann Bridge.jpg 142 Fred Hartman Bridge 381 m 1250 ft
2
1995
Baytown - La Porte, Texas
29°42′13.7″N 95°1′0.3″W / 29.703806°N 95.016750°W / 29.703806; -95.016750 (Fred Hartman Bridge)
 United States [S 63]
143 Panyu Bridge 380 m 1247 ft
2
1998
Guangzhou, Guangdong
23°2′53.4″N 113°20′9.8″E / 23.048167°N 113.336056°E / 23.048167; 113.336056 (Panyu Bridge)
 China [S 64]
Jinan Weiliu Road Bridge.jpg 144 Weiliu Bridge 380 m 1247 ft
2
Jinan, Shandong
36°40′4.3″N 116°58′33.1″E / 36.667861°N 116.975861°E / 36.667861; 116.975861 (Weiliu Bridge)
 China
Phu My Bruecke2.jpg 145 Phú Mỹ Bridge 380 m 1247 ft
2
2009
Ho Chi Minh City
10°44′42″N 106°44′40.2″E / 10.74500°N 106.744500°E / 10.74500; 106.744500 (Phú Mỹ Bridge)
 Vietnam [S 65]
Serbia, Belgrade, Ada Bridge 2013-03-17.jpg 146 Ada Bridge 376 m 1234 ft
1
2012
Belgrade
44°47′47.9″N 20°25′33.2″E / 44.796639°N 20.425889°E / 44.796639; 20.425889 (Ada Bridge)
 Serbia [S 66]
Płock most Solidarności.jpg 147 Solidarity Bridge 375 m 1230 ft
2
2005
Płock, Masovian Voivodeship
52°31′16.9″N 19°43′40.1″E / 52.521361°N 19.727806°E / 52.521361; 19.727806 (Solidarity Bridge)
 Poland [S 67]
NO Bridge.jpg 148 Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge 372 m 1220 ft
2
1983
Luling - Destrehan, Louisiana
29°56′28.2″N 90°22′29″W / 29.941167°N 90.37472°W / 29.941167; -90.37472 (Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge)
 United States [S 68]
149 Huai'an Bridge 370 m 1214 ft
2
2005
Huai'an, Jiangsu
33°34′38.5″N 118°56′15.4″E / 33.577361°N 118.937611°E / 33.577361; 118.937611 (Huai'an Bridge)
 China
Fleher Brücke-2.jpg 150 Flehe Bridge 368 m 1207 ft
1
1979
Düsseldorf - Neuss, North Rhine-Westphalia
51°11′7.5″N 6°46′30.5″E / 51.185417°N 6.775139°E / 51.185417; 6.775139 (Flehe Bridge)
 Germany [S 69]
Skyway Bridge 2-edit2.jpg 151 Sunshine Skyway Bridge 367 m 1204 ft
2
1987
St. Petersburg - Terra Ceia, Florida
27°37′13.5″N 82°39′20″W / 27.620417°N 82.65556°W / 27.620417; -82.65556 (Sunshine Skyway Bridge)
 United States [S 70]
US 231 Natcher Bridge - Up River.jpg 152 William H. Natcher Bridge 366 m 1201 ft
2
2002
Owensboro, Kentucky - Rockport, Indiana
37°54′8.8″N 87°2′6.3″W / 37.902444°N 87.035083°W / 37.902444; -87.035083 (William H. Natcher Bridge)
 United States [S 71]
Puente tampico.jpg 153 Tampico Bridge 360 m 1181 ft
2
1988
Tampico, Tamaulipas
22°13′41.3″N 97°50′13.7″W / 22.228139°N 97.837139°W / 22.228139; -97.837139 (Tampico Bridge)
 Mexico [S 72]
Hedong Bridge.jpg 154 Hedong Bridge 360 m 1181 ft
2
1998
Guangzhou, Guangdong
23°4′56″N 113°14′54.3″E / 23.08222°N 113.248417°E / 23.08222; 113.248417 (Hedong Bridge)
 China
Masangxi Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 155 Masangxi Bridge 360 m 1181 ft
2
2001
Chongqing
29°27′27.6″N 106°29′39.1″E / 29.457667°N 106.494194°E / 29.457667; 106.494194 (Masangxi Bridge)
 China [S 73]
Wulingshan Bridge-1.jpg 156 Wulingshan Bridge 360 m 1181 ft
2
2009
Pengshui County, Chongqing
29°30′0.9″N 108°30′8.9″E / 29.500250°N 108.502472°E / 29.500250; 108.502472 (Wulingshan Bridge)
 China [S 74]
Malinghe River Bridge-1.jpg 157 Maling River Shankun Expressway Bridge 360 m 1181 ft
2
2010
Xingyi, Guizhou
25°9′21.2″N 104°56′36.2″E / 25.155889°N 104.943389°E / 25.155889; 104.943389 (Maling River Shankun Expressway Bridge)
 China [S 75]
Guozigou Bridge.jpg 158 Guozigou Bridge 360 m 1181 ft
2
2011
Huocheng County, Xinjiang
44°28′14.7″N 81°8′25″E / 44.470750°N 81.14028°E / 44.470750; 81.14028 (Guozigou Bridge)
 China [S 76]
Shinminato Bridge, Toyama Prefecture 3.jpg 159 Shin-Minato Bridge 360 m 1181 ft
2
2012
Imizu, Toyama Prefecture
36°46′33″N 137°6′56″E / 36.77583°N 137.11556°E / 36.77583; 137.11556 (Shin-Minato Bridge)
 Japan
Yamatogawa Bridge Hanshin Xpwy R4 01.jpg 160 Yamatogawa Bridge 355 m 1165 ft
2
1985
Osaka, Osaka Prefecture
34°36′17.2″N 135°27′31.8″E / 34.604778°N 135.458833°E / 34.604778; 135.458833 (Yamatogawa Bridge)
 Japan [S 77]
Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Waldo-Hancock Bridge.jpg 161 Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory 354 m 1161 ft
2
2006
Verona Island - Prospect, Maine
44°33′35.9″N 68°48′6.2″W / 44.559972°N 68.801722°W / 44.559972; -68.801722 (Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory)
 United States [S 78]
Most Slobode 2005-edit.jpg 162 Liberty Bridge, Novi Sad 351 m 1152 ft
2
2005
Novi Sad, Vojvodina
45°14′0.2″N 19°51′1″E / 45.233389°N 19.85028°E / 45.233389; 19.85028 (Liberty Bridge, Novi Sad)
 Serbia [S 79]
Bill Emerson Bridge2.jpg 163 Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge 351 m 1152 ft
2
2003
Cape Girardeau, Missouri - East Cape Girardeau, Illinois
37°17′42.7″N 89°31′4.1″W / 37.295194°N 89.517806°W / 37.295194; -89.517806 (Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge)
 United States [S 80]
Duisburg, Neuenkamper Brücke, 2011-08 CN-01-2.jpg 164 Duisburg-Neuenkamp Bridge 350 m 1148 ft
2
1971
Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia
51°26′13.2″N 6°42′45.3″E / 51.437000°N 6.712583°E / 51.437000; 6.712583 (Duisburg-Neuenkamp Bridge)
 Germany [S 81]
Tempozan Bridge in Osaka-edit.jpg 165 Tempozan Higashi Bridge 350 m 1148 ft
2
1990
Osaka, Osaka Prefecture
34°39′34.5″N 135°25′57.1″E / 34.659583°N 135.432528°E / 34.659583; 135.432528 (Tempozan Higashi Bridge)
 Japan [S 82]
Jembatan Tengku Fisabilillah2.jpg 166 Barelang Bridge 350 m 1148 ft
2
1997
Batam - Tonton Island, Riau Archipelago
0°58′53.1″N 104°2′29.9″E / 0.981417°N 104.041639°E / 0.981417; 104.041639 (Barelang Bridge)
 Indonesia [S 83]
Maizuru crane bridge2.jpg 167 Maizuru Crane Bridge 350 m 1148 ft
1998
Maizuru, Kyoto Prefecture
35°30′35.2″N 135°23′16.2″E / 35.509778°N 135.387833°E / 35.509778; 135.387833 (Maizuru Crane Bridge)
 Japan
Oshima Bridge2.jpg 168 Oshima-Ohashi Bridge 350 m 1148 ft
2
1999
Sakaisai - Ōshima Island, Nagasaki Prefecture
33°2′15.2″N 129°38′30.7″E / 33.037556°N 129.641861°E / 33.037556; 129.641861 (Oshima-Ohashi Bridge)
 Japan [S 84]
Cầu Mỹ Thuận (6297673871).jpg 169 Mỹ Thuận Bridge 350 m 1148 ft
2
2000
Vĩnh Long, Mekong Delta
10°16′38.9″N 105°54′36.2″E / 10.277472°N 105.910056°E / 10.277472; 105.910056 (Mỹ Thuận Bridge)
 Vietnam [S 85]
Upcoming cable bridge in kota3.jpg 170 Kota Chambal Bridge 350 m 1148 ft
2
2017
Kota, Rajasthan
25°08′28.9″N 75°47′37.9″E / 25.141361°N 75.793861°E / 25.141361; 75.793861 (Kota Chambal Bridge)
 India [S 86]
171 Third Orinoco Bridge
under construction
350 m 1148 ft
2
2017
Caicara del Orinoco, Bolívar - Cabruta, Guárico
7°40′29.0″N 66°09′11.5″W / 7.674722°N 66.153194°W / 7.674722; -66.153194 (Third Orinoco Bridge)
 Venezuela [S 87]
Yiling Bridge-2.JPG 172 Yiling Yangtze River Bridge 348 m
(x2)
1142 ft
(x2)
3
2001
Yichang, Hubei
30°41′3.3″N 111°17′22″E / 30.684250°N 111.28944°E / 30.684250; 111.28944 (Yiling Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 88]
Jindo Bridge in South Korea2.jpg 173 Jindo Bridge 345 m 1132 ft
2
1983
2004
Jindo, South Jeolla Province
34°34′19.1″N 126°18′17.8″E / 34.571972°N 126.304944°E / 34.571972; 126.304944 (Jindo Bridge)
 South Korea [S 89]
Anzac Bridge 5.jpg 174 Anzac Bridge 345 m 1132 ft
2
1996
Sydney
33°52′9″S 151°11′9″E / 33.86917°S 151.18583°E / -33.86917; 151.18583 (Anzac Bridge)
 Australia [S 90]
Diwei Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 175 Diwei Bridge 345 m 1132 ft
2
2004
Luohuangzhen, Chongqing
29°20′40.8″N 106°24′17″E / 29.344667°N 106.40472°E / 29.344667; 106.40472 (Diwei Bridge)
 China
重庆 江北.jpg 176 Qianximen Bridge 344 m 1129 ft
1
2014
Chongqing
29°34′01.4″N 106°34′32.5″E / 29.567056°N 106.575694°E / 29.567056; 106.575694 (Qianximen Bridge)
 China
ViaducdeMillau.jpg 177 Millau Viaduct 342 m
(x6)
1122 ft
(x6)
7
2004
Millau - Creissels, Aveyron
44°4′48″N 3°1′20.6″E / 44.08000°N 3.022389°E / 44.08000; 3.022389 (Millau Viaduct)
 France [S 91]
Vancouver skybridge.jpg 178 Skybridge (TransLink) 340 m 1115 ft
2
1990
Vancouver, British Columbia
49°12′19.5″N 122°53′46.6″W / 49.205417°N 122.896278°W / 49.205417; -122.896278 (Skybridge (TransLink))
 Canada [S 92]
Haikou Century Bridge from southwest shore 01.jpg 179 Haikou Century Bridge 340 m 1115 ft
2
2003
Haikou, Hainan
20°3′9.1″N 110°18′55.6″E / 20.052528°N 110.315444°E / 20.052528; 110.315444 (Haikou Century Bridge)
 China
Fuling Wujiang Bridge-1.jpg 180 Fuling Wujiang Bridge 340 m 1115 ft
2
2009
Fuling District (Chongqing)
29°42′40″N 107°24′7.5″E / 29.71111°N 107.402083°E / 29.71111; 107.402083 (Fuling Wujiang Bridge)
 China [S 93]
West Gate Bridge Melbourne.jpg 181 West Gate Bridge 336 m 1102 ft
2
1978
Melbourne
37°49′47″S 144°53′54″E / 37.82972°S 144.89833°E / -37.82972; 144.89833 (West Gate Bridge)
 Australia [S 94]
Talmadge Bridge - Savannah, GA.jpg 182 Talmadge Memorial Bridge 335 m 1099 ft
2
1991
Savannah, Georgia
32°5′18.4″N 81°5′57″W / 32.088444°N 81.09917°W / 32.088444; -81.09917 (Talmadge Memorial Bridge)
 United States [S 95]
Wesel NeueRheinbrückeB58 Bauphase2009 02.jpg 183 Wesel Niederrhein Bridge 335 m 1099 ft
1
2009
Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia
51°38′43.5″N 6°36′16.1″E / 51.645417°N 6.604472°E / 51.645417; 6.604472 (Wesel Niederrhein Bridge)
 Germany [S 96]
Zarate - Brazo Largo Bridge.jpg 184 Zárate–Brazo Largo Bridge 1 330 m 1083 ft
2
1978
Zárate, Buenos Aires Province
34°6′11.9″S 59°0′8.9″W / 34.103306°S 59.002472°W / -34.103306; -59.002472 (Zárate–Brazo Largo Bridge)
 Argentina [S 97]
Argentina, Buenos Aires, Puente Zárate Brazo Largo.jpg 185 Zárate–Brazo Largo Bridge 2 330 m 1083 ft
2
1978
Brazo Largo, Entre Ríos Province
33°54′36.3″S 58°53′5.5″W / 33.910083°S 58.884861°W / -33.910083; -58.884861 (Zárate–Brazo Largo Bridge)
 Argentina [S 98]
San Roque González de Santa Cruz Bridge 2.jpg 186 San Roque González de Santa Cruz Bridge 330 m 1083 ft
2
1990
Posadas, Misiones Province - Encarnación, Itapúa Department
27°22′9.1″S 55°51′43.2″W / 27.369194°S 55.862000°W / -27.369194; -55.862000 (San Roque González de Santa Cruz Bridge)
 Argentina
 Paraguay
[S 99]
Fuling Yangtze River Bridge1.JPG 187 Fuling Yangtze River Bridge 330 m 1083 ft
2
1997
Fuling District (Chongqing)
29°44′11.4″N 107°20′48.5″E / 29.736500°N 107.346806°E / 29.736500; 107.346806 (Fuling Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 100]
睽違十多年的甲仙行 2.jpg 188 Kao-Ping Hsi Bridge 330 m 1083 ft
1
2000
Kaohsiung
22°45′57.2″N 120°26′58.5″E / 22.765889°N 120.449583°E / 22.765889; 120.449583 (Kao-Ping Hsi Bridge)
 Taiwan [S 101]
Puente Rosario-Victoria 2010.jpg 189 Rosario-Victoria Bridge 330 m 1083 ft
2
2002
Rosario, Santa Fe Province
32°52′12.1″S 60°41′7.7″W / 32.870028°S 60.685472°W / -32.870028; -60.685472 (Rosario-Victoria Bridge)
 Argentina [S 102]
Shuangbei Bridge.JPG 190 Shuangbei Bridge 330 m 1083 ft
2
2012
Chongqing
29°35′59.7″N 106°27′04.9″E / 29.599917°N 106.451361°E / 29.599917; 106.451361 (Shuangbei Bridge)
 China
Mega Bridge 3-edit.jpg 191 Bhumibol Bridge 326 m 1070 ft
2
2006
Bangkok - Phra Pradaeng District, Samut Prakan Province
13°40′8.6″N 100°32′19.4″E / 13.669056°N 100.538722°E / 13.669056; 100.538722 (Bhumibol Bridge)
 Thailand [S 103]
Hamburg Köhlbrandbrücke-edit.jpg 192 Köhlbrand Bridge 325 m 1066 ft
2
1974
Hamburg
53°31′18.5″N 9°56′19″E / 53.521806°N 9.93861°E / 53.521806; 9.93861 (Köhlbrand Bridge)
 Germany [S 104]
Karnali Bridge 4.JPG 193 Karnali Bridge 325 m 1066 ft
1
1993
Chisapani, Seti Zone - Bheri Zone
28°38′29.4″N 81°16′59.1″E / 28.641500°N 81.283083°E / 28.641500; 81.283083 (Karnali Bridge)
   Nepal [S 105]
Puente Internacional 397.jpg 194 Guadiana International Bridge 324 m 1063 ft
2
1991
Ayamonte, Andalusia - Castro Marim, Algarve
37°14′15.4″N 7°25′13.2″W / 37.237611°N 7.420333°W / 37.237611; -7.420333 (Guadiana International Bridge)
 Spain [S 106]
Xipan Bridge Jinshajiang.jpg 195 Xipan Bridge 324 m 1063 ft
2
2007
Panzhihua, Sichuan
26°34′20.5″N 101°51′5.1″E / 26.572361°N 101.851417°E / 26.572361; 101.851417 (Xipan Bridge)
 China
Donghai Bridge - the minor bridge towers.jpg 196 Donghai Bridge
south bridge
322 m 1056 ft
2
2005
Xiaoyang Island - Dawugui Island, Zhoushan
30°38′58.9″N 122°2′33.2″E / 30.649694°N 122.042556°E / 30.649694; 122.042556 (Donghai Bridge)
 China [S 107]
Tieluoping Bridge-1.jpg 197 Tieluoping Bridge 322 m 1056 ft
2
2009
Langpingzhen, Hubei
30°37′4.5″N 110°28′29.4″E / 30.617917°N 110.474833°E / 30.617917; 110.474833 (Tieluoping Bridge)
 China [S 108]
Cargo-sur-la-Seine-devant-Caudebec-en-Caux-DSC 0375.jpg 198 Pont de Brotonne 320 m 1050 ft
2
1977
Caudebec-en-Caux, Seine-Maritime
49°31′13.9″N 0°44′49.8″E / 49.520528°N 0.747167°E / 49.520528; 0.747167 (Pont de Brotonne)
 France [S 109]
Harsha Bridge.jpg 199 William H. Harsha Bridge 320 m 1050 ft
2
2000
Maysville, Kentucky - Aberdeen, Ohio
38°41′4.5″N 83°46′54.7″W / 38.684583°N 83.781861°W / 38.684583; -83.781861 (William H. Harsha Bridge)
 United States [S 110]
Qi'ao Bridge-edit.jpg 200 Qi’ao Bridge 320 m 1050 ft
2
2001
Zhuhai - Qi'ao Island, Guangdong
22°23′15.9″N 113°36′38.9″E / 22.387750°N 113.610806°E / 22.387750; 113.610806 (Qi’ao Bridge)
 China
Ponte Principal Alça Viaria- Belém-PA.jpg 201 Rio Guamà Bridge 320 m 1050 ft
2
2002
Belém, Pará
1°28′19.1″S 48°17′57.8″W / 1.471972°S 48.299389°W / -1.471972; -48.299389 (Rio Guamà Bridge)
 Brazil [S 111]
Wujiang Cable-stayed Bridge.JPG 202 Wujiang Bridge Yinbai 320 m 1050 ft
2
2012
Fuling District (Chongqing)
29°40′20.3″N 107°23′04.4″E / 29.672306°N 107.384556°E / 29.672306; 107.384556 (Wujiang Bridge Yinbai)
 China [16]
Shennong Bridge P1090981 (15254124681)2.jpg 203 Shennongxi Bridge 320 m 1050 ft
2
2012
Yanduhezhen, Hubei
31°09′03.6″N 110°19′20.8″E / 31.151000°N 110.322444°E / 31.151000; 110.322444 (Shennongxi Bridge)
 China
Rheinturm - Rheinblick-edit.jpg 204 Rheinkniebrücke 319 m 1047 ft
1
1969
Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia
51°13′15.2″N 6°45′49.8″E / 51.220889°N 6.763833°E / 51.220889; 6.763833 (Rheinkniebrücke)
 Germany [S 112]
PoyangLakeBridge.jpg 205 Poyang Lake Bridge 318 m 1043 ft
2
2000
Hukou County, Jiangxi
29°44′3.5″N 116°12′2.7″E / 29.734306°N 116.200750°E / 29.734306; 116.200750 (Poyang Lake Bridge)
 China
Yunyang Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 206 Yunyang Yangtze River Bridge 318 m 1043 ft
2
2005
Yunyang County, Chongqing
30°54′55.8″N 108°42′42.3″E / 30.915500°N 108.711750°E / 30.915500; 108.711750 (Yunyang Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 113]
Hangzhou Bay Bridge South.JPG 207 Hangzhou Bay Bridge
south bridge
318 m 1043 ft
1
2008
Jiaxing - Cixi City, Zhejiang
30°28′24.2″N 121°6′43.7″E / 30.473389°N 121.112139°E / 30.473389; 121.112139 (Hangzhou Bay Bridge)
 China [S 114]
Pengxihe Bridge.JPG 208 Pengxihe Bridge 316 m 1037 ft
2
2008
Yunyangzhen, Chongqing
30°58′37.4″N 108°42′21.4″E / 30.977056°N 108.705944°E / 30.977056; 108.705944 (Pengxihe Bridge)
 China
Riga Dom Bruecke Daugava.jpg 209 Vanšu Bridge 312 m 1024 ft
1
1981
Riga
56°57′4″N 24°5′42″E / 56.95111°N 24.09500°E / 56.95111; 24.09500 (Vanšu Bridge)
 Latvia [S 115]
Wuhu Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 210 Wuhu Yangtze River Bridge 312 m 1024 ft
2
2000
Wuhu, Anhui
31°23′17.2″N 118°20′25.9″E / 31.388111°N 118.340528°E / 31.388111; 118.340528 (Wuhu Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 116]
Mezcala Bridge - Mexico edit3.jpg 211 Mezcala Bridge 311 m 1020 ft
3
1993
San Miguel Tecuixiapan, Guerrero
17°56′8.7″N 99°22′11.5″W / 17.935750°N 99.369861°W / 17.935750; -99.369861 (Mezcala Bridge)
 Mexico [S 117]
Rheinbrücke A42-edit.jpg 212 Beeckenwerther Brücke 310 m 1017 ft
2
1990
Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia
51°28′51.2″N 6°40′49.8″E / 51.480889°N 6.680500°E / 51.480889; 6.680500 (Beeckenwerther Brücke)
 Germany [S 118]
洞庭湖大桥.jpg 213 Dongting Lake Bridge 310 m
(x2)
1017 ft
(x2)
3
2000
Yueyang, Hunan
29°24′22.3″N 113°5′50.8″E / 29.406194°N 113.097444°E / 29.406194; 113.097444 (Dongting Lake Bridge)
 China
214 Xiangfan Hanjiang Bridge 310 m 1017 ft
2
2012
Xiangyang, Hubei
32°01′36.6″N 112°06′12.1″E / 32.026833°N 112.103361°E / 32.026833; 112.103361 (Xiangfan Hanjiang Bridge)
 China
Erskine-bridge2.jpg 215 Erskine Bridge 305 m 1001 ft
2
1971
Erskine, Renfrewshire
55°55′12.5″N 4°27′45.7″W / 55.920139°N 4.462694°W / 55.920139; -4.462694 (Erskine Bridge)
 Scotland [S 119]
Stathelle og Brevik2.jpg 216 Grenland Bridge 305 m 1001 ft
1
1996
Porsgrunn - Bamble, Telemark
59°3′11.2″N 9°40′31.2″E / 59.053111°N 9.675333°E / 59.053111; 9.675333 (Grenland Bridge)
 Norway [S 120]
Bridge once more.jpg 217 Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Dubrovnik) 304 m 997 ft
1
2001
Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County
42°40′5″N 18°4′45″E / 42.66806°N 18.07917°E / 42.66806; 18.07917 (Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Dubrovnik))
 Croatia [S 121]
Novy most Bratislava DSC 0812.jpg 218 Most SNP 303 m 994 ft
1
1972
Bratislava
48°8′18.3″N 17°6′16.2″E / 48.138417°N 17.104500°E / 48.138417; 17.104500 (Most SNP)
 Slovakia [S 122]
Severinsbrücke.jpg 219 Severinsbrücke 302 m 991 ft
1
1961
Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia
50°55′50.3″N 6°58′1.6″E / 50.930639°N 6.967111°E / 50.930639; 6.967111 (Severinsbrücke)
 Germany [S 123]
Moscow Dnepr River Bridge.jpg 220 Moskovskyi Bridge 300 m 984 ft
1
1976
Kiev
50°29′27″N 30°32′12″E / 50.49083°N 30.53667°E / 50.49083; 30.53667 (Moskovskyi Bridge)
 Ukraine [S 124]
Rama VIII Bridge, Thailand-edit.jpg 221 Rama VIII Bridge 300 m 984 ft
1
2002
Bangkok
13°46′8.3″N 100°29′49.9″E / 13.768972°N 100.497194°E / 13.768972; 100.497194 (Rama VIII Bridge)
 Thailand [S 125]
Jingzhou Changjiang Bridge South.JPG 222 Jingzhou Yangtze River Bridge
south bridge
300 m 984 ft
2
2002
Jingzhou, Hubei
30°18′3.4″N 112°12′54.9″E / 30.300944°N 112.215250°E / 30.300944; 112.215250 (Jingzhou Yangtze River Bridge)
 China [S 126]
223 Binzhou Yellow River Bridge 300 m
(x2)
984 ft
(x2)
3
2004
Binzhou, Shandong
37°17′9.1″N 117°56′16.1″E / 37.285861°N 117.937806°E / 37.285861; 117.937806 (Binzhou Yellow River Bridge)
 China
Civertanmegyeri4.jpg 224 Megyeri Bridge 300 m 984 ft
2
2008
Budapest
47°36′26.6″N 19°5′32.5″E / 47.607389°N 19.092361°E / 47.607389; 19.092361 (Megyeri Bridge)
 Hungary [S 127]
Orinoco Bridge2.jpg 225 Orinoquia Bridge 300 m
(x2)
984 ft
(x2)
4
2006
Ciudad Guayana, Bolívar
8°16′26.3″N 62°53′59.2″W / 8.273972°N 62.899778°W / 8.273972; -62.899778 (Orinoquia Bridge)
 Venezuela [S 128]
Rank Name Location Country Longest span Comp Pylons
Farø-sydbroen02 2006-10-15.jpg [3] * Farø South Bridge - Farø Bridges  Denmark 290 m (951 ft) 1984
Donaubruecke Deggenau2.jpg [4] * Deggenau Bridge Deggenau  Germany 290 m (951 ft) 1975
Linked photo [5] * Dongying Bridge Kenli  People's Republic of China 288 m (945 ft) 1987
Linked photo [6] * Coatzacoalcos Bridge Mexico  Mexico 288 m (945 ft) 1984
Die Rheinbrücke der A44 Nähe Flughafen.jpg [7] * Flughafenbrücke - Airport Bridge Düsseldorf  Germany 287.5 m (943 ft) 2002
Ludwigshafen Mannheim Schuhmacherbruecke.jpg [8] * Kurt Schumacher Bridge Mannheim - Ludwigshafen  Germany 287 m (942 ft) 1971
Rheinhochwasser Januar 2011 - LEV Autobahnbruecke 06.jpg [9] * Leverkusen Bridge Cologne - Leverkusen  Germany 280 m (919 ft) 1965
Friedrich-Ebert-Bruecke-Bonn-Panorama.jpeg [10] * Friedrich-Ebert-Brücke Bonn  Germany 280 m (919 ft) 1967
Rotterdam erasmusbrug.jpg [11] * Erasmus Bridge Rotterdam  Netherlands 280 m (919 ft) 1996
Dolsan Bridge2.jpg [12] * Dolsan Bridge Yozu  South Korea 280 m (919 ft) 1985
Rheinbruecke Speyer A61.jpg [13] * Speyer Bridge (A61) Speyer  Germany 275 m (902 ft) 1975
EE bridge from Guyandotte.jpg [14] * East End Bridge Huntington, West Virginia - Proctorville, Ohio  United States 274 m (899 ft) 1985
Bayview Bridge 2010-07-24 13-56-55.jpg [15] * Bayview Bridge West Quincy, Missouri - Quincy, Illinois  United States 274 m (899 ft) 1987
Rotterdam 'Willemsbrug'.jpg [16] * Willemsbrug Rotterdam  Netherlands 270 m (886 ft) 1981
U.S. Grant Bridge 052409 479.jpg [17] * New U.S. Grant Bridge Ohio River  United States 267 m (876 ft) 2006
Theodor-Heuss-Brücke (3).JPG [18] * Theodor Heuss Bridge Düsseldorf  Germany 260 m (853 ft) 1957
Linked photo [19] * Yonghe Bridge Tianjin  People's Republic of China 260 m (853 ft) 1987
Die Theodor-Heuss-Brücke, Düsseldorf.jpg [20] * Oberkassel Bridge Düsseldorf  Germany 258 m (846 ft) 1973
Rheinbrücke rees kalkar2.JPG [21] * Rees-Kalkar Bridge Rees - Kalkar  Germany 255 m (837 ft) 1967
EN125 road, Ponte Nova, Portimão, Faro, Portugal.jpg [22] * Portimão Bridge Portimão  Portugal 256 m (840 ft) 1991
Replotbron2.jpg [23] * Replot Bridge Korsholm  Finland 250 m (820 ft) 1997
[24] * Second Penang Bridge Penang  Malaysia 250 m (820 ft) 2014
General Belgrano Bridge and Corrientes beach.jpg [25] * General Belgrano Bridge Corrientes - Resistencia  Argentina 245 m (804 ft) 1973
Kärkistensalmi bridge.jpg [26] * Kärkistensalmi Bridge Korpilahti  Finland 240 m (787 ft) 1997
Kessock Bridge - looking from North Kessock to Inverness - Scotland.jpg [27] * Kessock Bridge Inverness, Scotland  United Kingdom 240 m (787 ft) 1982
Neuwied, Raiffeisenbrücke 001x.jpg [28] * Raiffeisenbrücke Neuwied  Germany 238 m (781 ft) 1978
Coloso.jpg [29] * General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge Maracaibo  Venezuela 235 m (771 ft) x5 1962
AltonBruecke.JPG [30] * Clark Bridge West Alton, Missouri - Alton, Illinois  United States 230 m (755 ft) x5 1994
Shimen Bridge.JPG [31] * Shimen Bridge Chongqing  People's Republic of China 230 m (755 ft) 1988
Cable Bridge Pasco WA.jpg [32] Cable Bridge Kennewick - Pasco, Washington  United States 229.2 m (752 ft) 1978
Chesapeake & Delaware Canal looking east.jpg [33] * Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Bridge Wilmington - Dover, Delaware  United States 228.6 m (750 ft) 1995
Linked photo [34] * Hainburg Bridge Hainburg an der Donau Austria Austria 228 m (748 ft) 1972
Zakim Bridge from North Point Park HDR.jpg [35] * Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge Boston, Massachusetts  United States 227 m (745 ft) 2003
Penang Bridge in Malaysia [36] * Penang Bridge Penang  Malaysia 225 m (738 ft) 1985
El Viaducto, Pereira, Colombia.jpg [37] * César Gaviria Trujillo Viaduct Pereira  Colombia 211 m (692 ft) 1997
Linked photo [38] * North Bridge over Xiangjiang Changsha  People's Republic of China 210 m (689 ft) 1990
Shenzhen Bay Bridge2.jpg [39] * Shenzhen Western Corridor Bridge Shenzen - Hong Kong  People's Republic of China 210 m (689 ft) 2007
[40] * Varina-Enon Bridge Richmond, Virginia  United States 192 m (630 ft) 1990
Marcelo Fernan Bridge.jpg [41] * Marcelo Fernan Bridge
Extradossed bridge
Metro Cebu, Cebu Philippines Philippines 185 m (607 ft) 1999
Strömsundsbron2.jpg [42] Strömsundsbron (first large cable-stayed bridge) Strömsund  Sweden 182 m (597 ft) 1956
Passerelle des Deux-Rives depuis la rive allemande 1.jpg [43] * Passerelle des deux Rives / Mimram-Brücke Strasbourg - Kehl  France /  Germany 177 m (581 ft) 2004
Boyne River Bridge, M1 motorway 353105.jpg [44] * Boyne River Bridge County Meath  Ireland 170 m (558 ft) 2003
CRI 12 2004 Puente Tempisque 430.JPG [45] * Puente de la Amistad Costa Rica-Taiwan (Taiwan-Costa Rica's Friendship Bridge) Tempisque River, Guanacaste,  Costa Rica 170 m (558 ft) 2003
George Street Bridge viewed from the east bank of the Usk - geograph.org.uk - 1658628.jpg [46] * George Street Bridge Newport, South Wales  United Kingdom 152 m (499 ft) 1964
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  1. ^ "Ikuchi Bridge". 
  2. ^ "Øresund Bridge". 
  3. ^ "Higashi Kobe Bridge". 
  4. ^ "John J. Audubon Bridge". 
  5. ^ "Ehuang Yangtze River Bridge". 
  6. ^ "Megami Bridge". 
  7. ^ "Zhanjiang Bay Bridge". 
  8. ^ "Jiaojiang Bridge". 
  9. ^ "Ting Kau Bridge". 
  10. ^ "Busan-Geoje Bridge (I)". 
  11. ^ "Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge". 
  12. ^ "Seohae Grand Bridge". 
  13. ^ "Port Mann Bridge". 
  14. ^ "Qingshuipu Bridge". 
  15. ^ "Alex Fraser Bridge". 
  16. ^ "Yokohama Bay Bridge". 
  17. ^ "Fengjie Yangtze River Bridge". 
  18. ^ "Zhongxian Changjiang Bridge". 
  19. ^ "Vidyasagar Setu". 
  20. ^ "Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge". 
  21. ^ "Second Severn Crossing". 
  22. ^ "Rama IX Bridge". 
  23. ^ "Queen Elizabeth II Bridge". 
  24. ^ "Hangzhou Bay Bridge". 
  25. ^ "Chongqing 2nd Bridge over the Yangtze River". 
  26. ^ "Barrios de Luna Bridge". 
  27. ^ "Bãi Cháy Bridge". 
  28. ^ "Suramadu Bridge". 
  29. ^ "Tongling Bridge". 
  30. ^ "Kap Shui Mun Bridge". 
  31. ^ "Myo Island Bridge". 
  32. ^ "Jiashao Bridge". 
  33. ^ "Helgeland Bridge". 
  34. ^ "Nanpu Bridge". 
  35. ^ "Iwagurojima Bridge". 
  36. ^ "Hitsuishijima Bridge". 
  37. ^ "Vasco da Gama Bridge". 
  38. ^ "Puente Centenario". 
  39. ^ "Donghai Bridge". 
  40. ^ "Greenville Bridge". 
  41. ^ "Yunyang Bridge over Hanjiang". 
  42. ^ "Uddevalla Bridge". 
  43. ^ "Meiko-Higashi Bridge". 
  44. ^ "Surgut Bridge". 
  45. ^ a b "Meiko Nishi Bridge". 
  46. ^ "Runyang Cable-Stayed Bridge". 
  47. ^ "Wadi Leban Bridge". 
  48. ^ "Saint-Nazaire Bridge". 
  49. ^ "Suez Canal Bridge". 
  50. ^ "Rande Bridge". 
  51. ^ "Iroise Bridge". 
  52. ^ "Second Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge". 
  53. ^ "Masan Bay Bridge". 
  54. ^ "Bhumibol 2 Bridge". 
  55. ^ "Dames Point Bridge". 
  56. ^ "Rio Higuamo Bridge". 
  57. ^ "Badong Changjiang Highway Bridge". 
  58. ^ "Tjörn Bridge". 
  59. ^ "Fengjie Meixi River Bridge". 
  60. ^ "Huangpu Bridge". 
  61. ^ "Big Obukhovsky Bridge". 
  62. ^ "Sidney Lanier Bridge". 
  63. ^ "Fred Hartman Bridge". 
  64. ^ "Panyu Bridge". 
  65. ^ "Phu My Bridge". 
  66. ^ "Ada Bridge". 
  67. ^ "Solidarity Bridge". 
  68. ^ "Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge". 
  69. ^ "Flehe Bridge". 
  70. ^ "Sunshine Skyway Bridge". 
  71. ^ "William Natcher Bridge". 
  72. ^ "Tampico Bridge". 
  73. ^ "Masangxi Bridge". 
  74. ^ "Ganxigou Bridge". 
  75. ^ "Malinghe River Bridge". 
  76. ^ "Guozigoui Bridge". 
  77. ^ "Yamatogawa Bridge". 
  78. ^ "Downeast Gateway Bridge". 
  79. ^ "Most Slobode". 
  80. ^ "Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge". 
  81. ^ "Duisburg-Neuenkamp Bridge". 
  82. ^ "Tempozan Bridge". 
  83. ^ "Tengku Fisabilillah bridge". 
  84. ^ "Oshima Bridge". 
  85. ^ "My Thuan Bridge". 
  86. ^ "Chambal Bridge". 
  87. ^ "Third Orinoco River Bridge". 
  88. ^ "Yiling Yangtze River Bridge". 
  89. ^ "Jindo Bridge". 
  90. ^ "ANZAC Bridge". 
  91. ^ "Millau Viaduct". 
  92. ^ "Skybridge". 
  93. ^ "Fuling Wujiang Bridge". 
  94. ^ "West Gate Bridge". 
  95. ^ "Talmadge Memorial Bridge". 
  96. ^ "Niederrheinbrücke". 
  97. ^ "Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge I". 
  98. ^ "Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge II". 
  99. ^ "San Roque González de Santa Cruz Bridge". 
  100. ^ "Fuling Bridge". 
  101. ^ "Ligang Bridge". 
  102. ^ "Rosario-Victoria Bridge". 
  103. ^ "Bhumibol 1 Bridge". 
  104. ^ "Köhlbrand Bridge". 
  105. ^ "Karnali River Bridge". 
  106. ^ "Guadiana International Bridge". 
  107. ^ "Donghai Bridge". 
  108. ^ "Tieluoping Bridge". 
  109. ^ "Brotonne Bridge". 
  110. ^ "William H. Harsha Bridge". 
  111. ^ "Rio Guamà Bridge". 
  112. ^ "Kniebrücke". 
  113. ^ "Yunyang Bridge over Hanjiang". 
  114. ^ "Hangzhou Bay Bridge". 
  115. ^ "Vanšu Bridge". 
  116. ^ "Wuhu Yangtze River Bridge". 
  117. ^ "Mezcala Viaduct". 
  118. ^ "Beeckerwerther Brücke". 
  119. ^ "Erskine Bridge". 
  120. ^ "Grenland Bridge". 
  121. ^ "Franjo Tudjman Bridge". 
  122. ^ "New Bridge". 
  123. ^ "Severin Bridge". 
  124. ^ "Moskovskyi Bridge". 
  125. ^ "Rama VIII Bridge". 
  126. ^ "Jingzhou Yangtze River Bridge". 
  127. ^ "Megyeri Bridge". 
  128. ^ "Orinoquia Bridge". 
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Fan or harp[edit]

I think there should be a column on the list that says if they bridge is of the harp or fan variety. --AnY FOUR! (talk) 15:36, 2 April 2008 (UTC)

Rank of multispan bridges[edit]

Elevation chart of the bridge.

Ordinary bridges consists of one main span and two side spans. The side spans are excluded from this article, only the main span counts. Rio-Antirio bridge has two side spans and three main spans (full spans), so it is in effect several bridges and really should occupy more than one position in the ranking list. It has three full spans but I dont think it should have three positions because this article does not list full spans, but bridges. Rio-Antirio bridge looks like two ordinary bridges placed adjacent to each other, with the right side span of the first touching the left of the second, thus forming the middle full span. I would like to give Rio-Antirio bridge two positions in the rank list because it uses the same amout of material and construction effort that two normal bridges would use. So now it counts as the 11th and 12th longest bridge.

The Millau Viaduct looks like three and a half ordinary bridges placed adjacent. (7 pylons / 2 = 3.5). Rounding down to three make three ranks. Before it was rank 83. Now it counts as rank 84, 85 and 86.

Yling Bridge has three pylons and looks like one and a half ordinary bridge. No change. Najro (talk) 17:45, 14 June 2008 (UTC)

(Several bridges for example Rama VIII Bridge have only one pylon and looks like a half bridge, having no "full" span, only two "side" spans. The longest "side" span counts as the main span). Najro (talk) 18:16, 14 June 2008 (UTC)

I would not do it this way and suggest changing it back. This is a list of cable-stay bridges by length of main (or longest) span. The introductory information at the top of the list states pretty directly that this list does not try to address or rank multi-span cable-stay bridges.
(Anyone wishing to weigh-in on this may want to read the discussion at Talk:Cable-stayed bridge#Longest in world as that pertains to this matter.)
I am not sure how you came to determine that only ever other span would count to be in the list. It should not matter how the Millau Bridge "looks" to a lay person. It should matter if it a separate bridge.
If you look at the List of longest suspension bridge spans, you will see that the west span of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge is listed twice. While I would not have done it this way myself, the article on the bridge supports this by explaining that "the western crossing, from San Francisco to (Yerba Buena) island, consists of two suspension bridges end-to-end with an anchorage" between.
To say this another way, unless there is a physical detachment (expansion joint), then it is one bridge and (in my opinion) only deserves one place on this list of longest main spans. (Bridge inventory and inspection systems would support this "one bridge" statement.)
By your logic, the Ting Kau Bridge is 1.5 bridges (three pylons divided by two). So even though it is a "more than three span" cable-stay, it would not be worthy of two spots on the ranking list (twenty five and thirty five at 475 m and 448 m respectively).
Similarly,I am not sure that I understand why a cable-stay bridge with only pylon means that it is only half of a bridge. An unsupported length is a span and it should not matter that the cables come from only one tower.
The comparision of each bridge to the typical two-pylon configuration before determining the number of entries into the list seems to me to be very subjective. Since one of the pillars of Wikipedia is verifiability, and this subjectivity would call that into question.
I support a second list (added to this page or on a new page) that would rank bridges by "total length of spans supported by stay cables." This would appropriately (and objectively) rank all bridges that have more than two towers. - SCgatorFan (talk) 04:48, 15 June 2008 (UTC)
I agree with Scgatorfan. Ranking by main span length is fully comparable, even for multispan bridges. Anyway add second table (or more column in main table) with credible and comparable figure to deal with multispan is possible, let´s discuss what figure that will be. Maybe something like spans legth (1680 m for RA) or something like cable-stayed deck (2252 m for RA), although it may be difficult to found these figures for some chinese bridges. --Jklamo (talk) 11:25, 15 June 2008 (UTC)
Ok, my method was quick and only very approximate but I thought that a bridge like Rio-Antirio would be better represented on the list if it got two rank positions. But of course adding a new column "Length of cable-stayed deck" would be far more accurate. The number would be 2252 m for RA. And I consider San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge being two suspension bridges to be listed twice, because an anchor is found at the ends of the suspension bridge type, not in the middle. So if there is any cable-stayed bridge that in a similar way has an anchor interrupting the cable-stayed deck, I would consider it being two different cable-stayed decks, to be listed twice. The anchor prevents wind vibrations to be transferred from one deck to another. About expansion joints, I would not be surpriced if a long bridge like RA has more than two, but here I still consider it being the same deck.
Adding "Length of cable-stayed deck" introduces a kind of redundancy in the table because I would guess the cable-stayed deck is about double the length of the main span for a typical two-pylon bridge. The number of bridges that deviates from this formula are probably not many. One could also introduce a new column "Notes", with some fast (and somewhat messy) facts like
  • length of cable-stayed deck (if not 2x main span)
  • number of pylons (if not 2)
  • height of highest pylon (if exceptional)
  • height of deck above ground (if exceptional)
  • ...
Or adding a second list to this page with the top 20 longest cable-stayed decks (Hard to make correct. Is probably same amout of work as making a whole new column). I dont know which is best. Najro (talk) 10:56, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
I would support a second (and short) list, say a "top ten". It will be hard to exactly determine the sable-supported length on many smaller cable-stayed bridges (see my comment below in title change). - SCgatorFan (talk) 15:11, 21 June 2008 (UTC)

Proposed page move / title change[edit]

I see that List of largest suspension bridges was moved to List of longest suspension bridge spans about a year ago. Would it make sense to move List of largest cable-stayed bridges to List of longest cable-stayed bridge spans to be parallel/compatible? - SCgatorFan (talk) 16:44, 15 June 2008 (UTC)

If a new column is added to the list the bridges are actually ranked in two different ways, span and cable-stayed deck, because when the reader presses the sorting button in column "Length of cable-stayed deck", the bridges get listed in that order instead of longest main span. But there will be no ranking numbers for cable-stayed deck, if one wants to know the exact rank of a particular bridge one has to count the preceeding rows manually. (There seems to be no way of making a column unaffected by sorting, Help:Sorting#Static column is barely working). Najro (talk) 11:12, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
We need to remember that a list like this will be frquently used as a reference by readers of primary/elementary school age. The title, the opening paragraph and the list need to be clear and concise about the information presented.
Also, the clear span measurement is easy to make, readily verifiable, and relatively undisputable. The "Length of cable-stayed deck" can be subject to more interpretation because of the many varieties of designs. Based on the description, I would look to include back (or side) spans in the calculation because they are cable-supported. I don't think you discount the back span because of single-pylon bridges like the Provencher Bridge (Winnipeg) or other bridges where the back span is also needed to bridge over a separate road, rail or waterway.
So then what do you do for a bridge like the Kap Shui Mun Bridge where the back spans have a set of columns at their mid-point. These back spans then become only partially cable-supported. Are they included in the length of cable-stayed deck or not? This would be a matter of opinion, something we should stay away from. - SCgatorFan (talk) 15:08, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
Oh yes, include the side span. By "Length of cable-stayed deck" I mean side+main+side span for the typical two-pylon bridge.
I consider Kap Shui Mun having one long deck of 590 m (80+430+80) and two short decks of 80 m each, to be listed in three rows in the table (if the 80 m spans were not too short for the table anyway). This is because the columns stabilises the back spans, being a kind of anchor, so the two 80 m parts of the back span (dynamically) disconnects so much from each other they could be regarded as separate decks. This is maybe not a correct scientfic explanation, but I think the design of the bridge would have been more difficult if the columns had been omitted.
If changing the new column (or top 10 list) name to "Total length of cable-stayed decks" , the Kap Shui Mun becomes 750 m (80+80+430+80+80) but I think this figure is less interesting in a cable-stayed-bridge context because it is more difficult to build a long deck than several shorter decks in a row of the same total length. Najro (talk) 18:25, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
It could be noted separated from the table that Kap Shui Mun have been (subjectively) interpreted to have a deck of 590 m. Are there really any more bridges than this one creating problems? Najro (talk) 19:26, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
My point is that the other side could be argued just as easily. The outer 80 m spans of the Kap Shui Mun would have to be much shorter if they were not receiving support from the stays.
I am only familiar with a handful of the bridges on this list of the 117 longest and was able to point out an example where there is subjectivity in total cable-supported length. I have no idea how many others on the list might have be debatable and therefore question why it is as simple as you say.
This is the same reason why the article List of bridges by length has a big disclaimer at the top that basically says, "Hey, we are not really sure of these numbers. We don't know where the measurement starts; we don't know where it ends. In fact, some of these numbers are just plain guesses."
It sounds to me that you are proposing a column on this list that will require the same disclaimer once future editors add or edit information. - SCgatorFan (talk) 03:19, 22 June 2008 (UTC)
I disagree. I think that with suspension bridges case was different, multispan bridges were not problem in the list. I think it is better to list bridges than spans (and it is easiest way to deal with multi-span ones). Anyway i will not oppose to change article way to someone like "List of cable-stayed with the longest spans" or "List of cable-stayed bridges by length of main span", although i found these names too long and detailed and prefer to describe methods and scope of the list in the article lead rather than in the article name. --Jklamo (talk) 08:28, 24 June 2008 (UTC)

The choice of name should be based on the sourcing of this list. In the case of List of longest suspension bridge spans, all the the original reference sources -- the cited lists that ranked those bridges -- used the main span. All the citations for the individual spans list the length of the main spans. If anyone can produce a list that ranks these cable stayed bridges by the total length of suspension, I'd say go for it. I tried to do something similar for suspension bridges, but I could not find such a ranking and ultimately decided to remove the section that had total suspension because it was unsourced (it was basically my own original research). If there is no reliable source for ranking cable stayed bridges by total suspension, then it would likely be original research to do so here. -- SamuelWantman 07:57, 28 April 2009 (UTC)

New reference that shows bridge configurations[edit]

Najro asks above "are there really any more bridges than (the Kap Shui Mun Bridge) creating problems (when calculating a total length because of columns in the side/back spans)?"

Well, YES! I found this reference (Bridges (in German) by Sven Ewert). Take a look at pages 168 to 170 and you will see graphics for many of the bridges that are at the top of this list. - PennySpender1983 (talk) 22:23, 12 July 2008 (UTC)

Right, there appears to be several bridges that have columns supporting the side spans (only p169 is shown). In the section List of largest cable-stayed bridges#Longest cable-stayed decks I selected a definition of cable-stayed deck length, that do not include the part of the side-span that are supported by columns. By having a definition, the problems are gone. Najro (talk) 13:47, 15 July 2008 (UTC)

Russky Bridge[edit]

Anybody know for certain whether this bridge is going to be a suspension bridge or cable-stayed? I've found citations for both. this one from 2006 says cable stayed. this one from 2007 shows and discusses a suspension bridge. This one from this year says suspension but has a picture that looks like a cable-stayed bridge. This recent NY times article says "suspension bridge". -- SamuelWantman 08:14, 28 April 2009 (UTC)

Problem -> Ranking future bridges by length[edit]

In recent months, the section of the article discussing cable-stayed bridges that are not yet open (under construction, being designed, and being planned) has been changed from a list which was primarily sorted by anticipated opening date to a list ranked by main span length. I think that creating this list has inherent issues about the accuracy of the information (and may not follow the intent of WP:CRYSTAL).
For instance, the Fehmarn Belt bridge is ranked with a main span length of 724 meters and a scheduled opening of 2018. This bridge is so early in the planning phase that there is no certainty in the length of the main span. The official website states "the length of the main bridge’s navigation span has yet to be determined." So how is it that we can rank this bridge by main span length.
I think this section should return to a sorting by anticipated opening date and does not need to be sortable by other columns. This section should also indicate what phase the project is in: construction, design or planning. This would ensure that readers can clearly see which information has the most chance of changing. - ¢Spender1983 (talk) 02:15, 24 June 2009 (UTC)

Using link numbering for rank numbers[edit]

I don't think this is proper use of the MediaWiki feature. I know it relieves editors of having to manually update the rankings and bother with the exact correct number, but the ranking is the main piece of information here and should be specifically printed out. The current configuration will break every time an unnamed external link is placed anywhere in the page, just as the second table is now. --Paul_012 (talk) 15:11, 27 February 2010 (UTC)

That is right, but really changing 100+ rankings in a case of adding one bridge would be extremly annoying for editors. Keeping eye on unnamed external links in references is much easier. --Jklamo (talk) 13:27, 12 December 2010 (UTC)

Bandra-Worli Sea Link of India should be removed from list[edit]

Its main span is not 600m according to the definition here. This bridge has one major single pylon with 250m side spans and another two smaller pylons with smaller main span of 150m. Many other bridges have longer spans than this one. see picture

http://www.goiit.com/upload/2009/8/27/a69f92745b59ebfae1ee047ae714a4e5_1442343.jpg

http://www.makli.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/bandra-worli-sea-link-pictures2.jpg —Preceding unsigned comment added by Generalhuo (talkcontribs) 04:04, 17 August 2010 (UTC)

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Number of Bridges[edit]

Should the list be maintained at a certain length i.e. 100 or 50 bridges? I see above some were cut out a few years ago. Would this be done in order of longest span? The article at the moment is unnecessarily longShakyIsles (talk) 02:42, 14 February 2012 (UTC)

This list loses accuracy probably below 50. - ¢Spender1983 (talk) 02:10, 16 February 2012 (UTC)
I did cut-off few years ago. Before that article has 39 kb and 107 items (+tens hidden), after 31 kb and 103 items. Now we have 140 items and 47 kb, so for sure it is a time for another cut-off. But i will preffer length-based (350 or 300 m) cut rather then rank-based. --Jklamo (talk) 22:29, 16 February 2012 (UTC)
How about 450m which coincedently leaves 50 bridges. The other thing to note though is this will leave out some notable bridges with shorter longest spans such as milau viaduct longest total, anzac bridge longest in Austulasia, + Others maybe historical longest etc. Maybe a notable section? ShakyIsles (talk) 23:15, 17 February 2012 (UTC)
Any others for the notable section? ShakyIsles (talk) 20:47, 26 February 2012 (UTC)

Removing 2 bridges[edit]

I have removed from this list two bridges, because they main spans are less then 400 metres - it can be measured on satellite images of Google or Bing. This are Golden Horn Metro Bridge and Zakim Bridge. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 91.226.210.51 (talk) 12:48, 26 June 2014 (UTC)

La Pepa Bridge[edit]

Please, move La Pepa Bridge from the list of under construction bridges because it was opened a month ago. By the way, would be possible that the list had auto-sort? Stagiraswarrior (talk) 21:36, 13 November 2015 (UTC)

Port Mann Bridge reference wrong[edit]

Reference 69 says the main span length is 570 m, while the article and most other references agree it is only 470 m, e.g., http://www.tylin.com/en/projects/port_mann_bridgehighway_1_project — Preceding unsigned comment added by 69.165.224.238 (talk) 02:32, 16 February 2016 (UTC)

Tagging the timeline section for potential original research[edit]

I have some concerns regarding the timeline section (listing longest cable-stayed span as far back as 1871). Here are a couple of my reasons for questioning this list prior to the modern era of cable-stayed construction.

(1) The list currently starts with the Redheugh Bridge#The first crossing. I cannot find a reference that this is the first-ever cable-stayed bridge. Actually, page 7 of this scholarly reference states that the oldest known attempt at a cable-stayed bridge was 1784. This is about 100-years before the Redheugh bridge. From a picture I found of the original Redheugh bridge, I would consider it primarily a truss bridge with cable-assisted stiffening and support.
(2) Bridges (especially pre-modern cable-supported bridges) should not be visually categorized. A bridge may appear as a modern cable-stayed bridge, but only close inspection and engineering analysis can make that determination. The disagreement of typing the Bluff Dale Suspension Bridge is a good example. Two reliable, scholarly references analyze the bridge. From both references, it is clear that the bridge uses cables that extend between anchorages across the tower tops and then along the deck. For a layperson, these five cables appear to be stay cables. They go from the tower to a point on the deck in a fan arrangement. But the five cables are actually continuous across the main span, running at the deck level. Delony, et al in the HAER report label these cables as "continuous suspension cables," while Buonopane & Brown in their paper label the same cables as "continuous stay cables". Who is correct?

I believe that we should be able to present scholarly references for claims made about bridges. This is only an examination of a few of the oldest bridges on the timeline. However, it is enough for me want to tag the section with Template:Original research section. I'm starting with adding text that the list may be incomplete. - ¢Spender1983 (talk) 17:17, 26 March 2016 (UTC)

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