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7 Longest Bridges in the World

Feb 24, 2024, 05:50 PM IST

7 Longest Bridges in the World

Riya Teotia

Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge (China)

It is a part of the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway and spans approximately 164.8 kilometres (102.4 miles).

Changhua–Kaohsiung Viaduct (Taiwan)

Also known as the Taiwan High-Speed Rail Bridge, it stretches about 157.3 kilometres (97.8 miles) along the western coast of Taiwan.

Cangde Grand Bridge (China)

Part of the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway, it is approximately 115.9 kilometres (72 miles) long.

Tianjin Grand Bridge (China)

Another segment of the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway, measures around 113.7 kilometres (70.6 miles) in length.

Weinan Weihe Grand Bridge (China)

Part of the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway, it spans approximately 79.7 kilometers (49.5 miles).

Bang Na Expressway (Thailand)

This elevated highway in Bangkok is one of the longest bridges in the world, stretching about 54 kilometres (33.6 miles).

Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge (China)

Connecting Hong Kong, Macau, and Zhuhai, it is one of the longest sea-crossing bridges in the world, with a total length of approximately 55 kilometres (34 miles).

Please note that these rankings are based on available data up to 2023, and there may have been changes or new additions since then.

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