|Locale||Troms county, Norway|
|Design||suspension road bridge|
|Material||steel and cement|
|Total length||1,007 metres (3,304 ft)|
|Width||9.3 metres (31 ft)|
|Longest span||290 metres (950 ft)|
|No. of spans||32|
|Clearance below||41 metres (135 ft)|
|Construction cost||45 million kr|
|Opened||22 August 1967|
The Tjeldsund Bridge (Norwegian: Tjeldsundbrua) is a suspension road bridge that crosses the Tjeldsundet strait between the mainland and the island of Hinnøya in Troms county, Norway. The bridge is 1,007 metres (3,304 ft) long, the main span is 290 metres (950 ft), and the maximum clearance to the sea is 41 metres (135 ft). The bridge has 32 spans.
The bridge carries the European route E10 highway, connecting the municipalities of Harstad and Skånland. It is part of a network of bridges that connect the islands of Vesterålen and Lofoten to the mainland.
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