The Volodarsky Bridge (Russian: Волода́рский мост) is a bridge across the Neva River in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The bridge connects Narodnaya and Ivanovskaya streets. The bridge length is 332 meters, the width is 24–27 meters. It is named after V. Volodarsky, a revolutionary, who was killed near the future bridge in 1918. The bridge was built in 1932-1936. Reconstructed 1986-1993.