The World’s Top 10 Longest Bridges 2015

Mankind has witnessed a phenomenal progress through the stages of its evolution and there has been extensive development in terms of architecture and infrastructure. A large number of bridges have been built around the world to connect places.

Here is a list of top 10 longest bridges around the world in 2015:

10. Runyang Bridge

Runyang Bridge

On number 10 spot in the list of longest bridges in the world is the Expressway bridge called Runyang Bridge in Jiangsu Province of China. It is built over the Yangtze River and extends to an amazing length of 35660 m. The bridge was completed and opened for public in 2005 and the project cost nearly 700 million dollars.

9. Hangzhou Bay Bridge

Hangzhou Bay Bridge

The number 9 position on this list is occupied by the Hangzhou Bay Bridge, an expressway bridge which spans the Hangzhou Bay is the coastal area of Eastern China. The length of this bridge is 35673 m and it was completed and put into operation in 2007.

8. Yangcun Bridge

Yangcun Bridge

Featuring next on the list of top 10 longest bridges in the world in 2015 is the Yangcun Bridge, a high speed railway bridge located in China. The completion of the ambition project took place in 2007 and the bridge was built to reach a stupendous length of 35812 m.

7. Manchac Swamp Bridge

Manchac Swamp Bridge

After the last three bridges being from China, the next name on this list is that of the Manchac Swamp Bridge in the US. This is a comparatively older bridge, which dates back to 1979. This highway bridge spans a length of 36710 km.

6. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway

Lake Pontchartrain Causeway

Lake Pontchartrain Causeway is the sixth longest bridge in the world and the longest one in the US. The length of this bridge is 38442 m and it constitutes of two parallel bridges, the Northern Terminus which was built in 1969 and the Southern Terminus, which was built in 1956. It is a highway bridge.

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