Top 8 Longest Suspension Bridges In The World

4. Fourth Nanjing Yangtze Bridge, 1418 meters, China

It is the third longest suspension bridge span in China. This bridge have longest span of 1418 meters. It is located in Nanjing, within the Jiangsu province of Eastern China over Yangtze river. The bridge connects Hengliang town and section of Raoyue.

It costs 6.8 billion Yuan for the construction and opened for traffic on 24th December 2012. The bridge features a dual six line traffic that allows 100 – 125 kilometers per hour speed for the vehicles.

The Fourth Nanjing Yangtze Bridge is a suspension bridge over the Yangtze River in Nanjing, China. The bridge is the sixth longest span in the world and the third largest in China.

Jiangsu province’s first suspension bridge, it lies 10 km downstream of the second Yangtze River Bridge. The bridge connects Hengliang town, a section of Nanjing Raoyue, Nanjing-Nantong Highway, Hongguang village, towns like Long Pao, Xianling and Qilin in Jiangning District, and a section of Raoyue and Shanghai-Nanjing Highway.

The 4th Nanjing Yangtze twin-tower bridge fashioned after standard expressway, boasts dual six-lane carriageway designed to maintain a 100–125 km an hour traffic.