The longest bridge in the world

1.Worlds-Longest-BridgeSource: The Top Tenz

The Danyang-Kushan Grand Bridge, completed in China in 2010 and opened to traffic in 2011, is 102.4 miles long.  It is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest bridge in the world.

It crosses rice paddies, canals, rivers and lakes in southeastern coastal China, and provides a link in the Shanghai-Beijing High-Speed Railway.

1280px-Danyang–Kunshan_Grand_BridgeSource: Wikipedia.

The world’s second longest bridge, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, is the Tianjin Grand Bridge, also a link in the Shanghai-Beijing High-Speed Railway.  It is 70.6 miles long.

longest-bridgesSource: The Top Tenz

The Lake Pontchartrain Causeway in Louisiana, which is 23.9 miles long, is listed by Guinness as the world’s longest bridge continuously over water.

LINKS

List of longest bridges in the world on Wikipedia.

Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway on Wikipedia.

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