Top 10 countries Amazing longest bridges in the world wide

10. Seven Mile Bridge


The Seven Mile Bridge is exists in Florida and runs over a channel between the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Strait. Among the longest bridges in existence when it was built, it is one of the many bridges on US, where the road is called the Overseas Highway.

9. San Mateo-Hayward Bridge


The San Mateo-Hayward Bridge (or San Mateo Bridge) is a bridge crossing California’s San Francisco Bay in the United States, connecting the San Francisco Peninsula with the East Bay. In particular, the bridge’s western end is in Foster City. The eastern end of the bridge is in Hayward. The bridge is owned by the state of California, and maintained by Caltrans, the state highway agency.

8. Confederation Bridge


The Confederation Bridge spanning the Abegweit Passage of Northumberland Strait, linking Prince Edward Island with mainland New Brunswick, Canada. It was normally known as the “Fixed Link” by people of Prince Edward Island prior to its official naming. It was constructed between 1993 to 1997, estimate $1.3 billion. The 12.9-kilometre long bridge opened on 31 May 1997.

7. Rio-Niteroi Bridge


The Rio-Niteroi connects the cities Rio de Janeiro and Niteroi in Brazil.
Construction began emblematically on August 23, 1968, in the existence of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in their first and thus far only visit to Brazil.
Its official name is “President Costa e Silva Bridge”, in honor of the Brazilian president who ordered its construction.

6. Penang Bridge


It is the longest bridge of Malaysia. The Penang Bridge is a bridge that connects Gelugor on the island of Penang and Seberang Prai on the mainland of Malaysia on the Malay Peninsula. It is also connected to the North-South Expressway in Prai and Jelutong Expressway in Penang. It was officially opened to traffic on September 14, 1985. The entire length of the bridge is 13.5 km, building it among the longest bridges in the world.

5. Vasco da Gama Bridge


The Vasco da Gama Bridge is the longest bridge in Europe. It is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the Tagus River near Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. The total length of bridge is 17.2 km.

4. Chesapeake Bay Bridge


The Chesapeake Bay Bridge (also known as the Bay Bridge) is a major dual-span bridge in the U.S. state of Maryland; spanning the Chesapeake Bay, it links the state’s Eastern and Western Shore regions. The length of the bridge is 7 km. The bridge is officially named the William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial Bridge after William Preston Lane, Jr. who, as governor of Maryland, executed its structure.

3. King Fahd Causeway


The King Fahd Causeway is multiple dike – bridge combination linking Khobar, Saudi Arabia, and the island nation of Bahrain.

2. Donghai Bridge


Donghai Bridge is the longest cross-sea bridge in the world and the longest bridge in Asia. It was completed on December 10, 2005. Its entirety length is of 32.5 kilometres and links Shanghai and the offshore Yangshan deep-water port in China. There are also cable-stayed sections to allow for the passage of large ships, largest with span of 420 m.

1. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway


The Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, or the Causeway, consists of two parallel bridges that are the longest bridges in the world by total length.[2] These parallel bridges cross Lake Pontchartrain in southern Louisiana. The longer of the two bridges is 23.87 miles (38.42 km) long. The bridges are supported by above 9,000 concrete pilings. The two bridges feature bascule spans over the navigation channel 8 miles (13 km) south of the north shore. The southern terminus of the Causeway is in Metairie, Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans. The northern terminus is at Mandeville, Louisiana.

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