List of tallest bridges

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This list of tallest bridges includes bridges with a structural height of at least 175 metres (574 ft). The structural height of a bridge is the maximum vertical distance from the uppermost part of a bridge, such as the top of a bridge tower, to the lowermost exposed part of the bridge, where its piers, towers, or mast pylons emerge from the surface of the ground or water. Structural height is different from deck height, which measures the maximum vertical distance between the bridge deck (the road bed of a bridge) and the ground or water surface beneath the bridge span. A separate list of highest bridges ranks bridges by deck height.

Structural height and deck height

The difference between tall and high bridges can be explained in part because some of the highest bridges are built across deep valleys or gorges. For example, the Duge Bridge is the highest bridge in the world, but not the tallest. This bridge spans a deep river gorge. The bridge's two towers, built on either rim of the gorge, are 269 m (883 ft) tall, but due to the depth of the river gorge, the deck height of the Duge Bridge is 565 m (1,854 ft).

The Millau Viaduct, is a cable-stayed bridge that is both tall (in structural height) and high (in deck height). The tallest Millau Viaduct tower is situated near the valley floor, which gives the viaduct a structural height of 343 m (1,125 ft), and a deck height of 270 m (890 ft) above the valley floor. The Millau Viaduct is the tallest bridge, and among the twenty fourth highest bridge in the world.

Completed

Photo Rank Name Structural height Longest span Type Opened Country Place Carries
ViaducdeMillau.jpg 1 Millau Viaduct 336.4 metres (1,104 ft)[1] 342 metres (1,122 ft) Cable-stayed 2004  France Millau Expressway
Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge IMG 3065.jpg 2 Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge 322 metres (1,056 ft)[2] 1,408 metres (4,619 ft) Cable-Suspension 2016  Turkey Istanbul Rail transport
+ Expressway
Russki Island Bridge, Russia1.jpg 3 Russky Bridge 320.9 metres (1,053 ft) 1,104 metres (3,622 ft) Cable-stayed 2012  Russia Vladivostok Expressway
Sutong Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 4 Sutong Bridge 306 metres (1,004 ft) 1,088 metres (3,570 ft) Cable-stayed 2008  China Changshu Expressway
Stonecutters' Bridge, Hong Kong.jpg 5 Stonecutters Bridge 298 metres (978 ft) 1,018 metres (3,340 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  Hong Kong Hong Kong Expressway
No image.svg 6 Chishi Bridge 288 metres (945 ft)[3] 380 metres (1,250 ft) Cable-stayed 2016  China Yizhang County Expressway
Akashi Bridge.JPG 7 Akashi Kaikyō Bridge 282.8 metres (928 ft) 1,991 metres (6,532 ft) Suspension 1998  Japan Kobe Expressway
Yi Sun-sin Bridge in construction2.jpg 8 Yi Sun-sin Bridge 270 metres (890 ft)[4] 1,545 metres (5,069 ft) Suspension 2012  South Korea Yeosu Road
BeipanjiangDugeByHighestBridges.jpg 9 Duge Bridge 269 metres (883 ft) 720 metres (2,360 ft) Cable-stayed 2016  China Guiyang (Guizhou) Expressway
China Yangtze Bridge2.jpg 10 Jingyue Bridge 265 metres (869 ft) 816 metres (2,677 ft) Cable-stayed 2010  China Jingzhou Expressway
YachiByHighestBridges.jpg 11 Yachi River Bridge 258.2 metres (847 ft) 800 metres (2,600 ft) Cable-stayed 2016  China Guiyang (Guizhou)
26°50′53″N 106°08′13″E / 26.8480°N 106.1369°E / 26.8480; 106.1369 (Yachi River Bridge)
Expressway
Storebæltsbroen-2.jpg 12 Great Belt East Bridge 254 metres (833 ft) 1,624 metres (5,328 ft) Suspension 1998  Denmark Korsør Expressway
No image.svg 13 Liuguanghe Xiqian Expressway Bridge
息黔高速公路六广河特大桥
248 metres (814 ft)[5] 580 metres (1,900 ft) Cable-stayed 2017  China Liutongxiang, Guizhou
27°04′43.3″N 106°24′03.2″E / 27.078694°N 106.400889°E / 27.078694; 106.400889 (Liuguanghe Bridge Xiqian)
Expressway
Xiqian Expressway
Zhongxian Changjiang Bridge.JPG 14 Zhongzhou Yangtze River Bridge 247.5 metres (812 ft)[6] 460 metres (1,510 ft) Cable-stayed 2010  China Huangshi Expressway
Zhongjianhe Bridge.jpg 15 Gongshuihe Bridge [zh] 245 metres (804 ft)[7] 400 metres (1,300 ft) Cable-stayed 2014[8]  China Xuan'en County Expressway
Jiujiang Yangtze River Expressway Bridge View.jpg 16 Jiujiang Fuyin Expressway Bridge 244.3 metres (802 ft)[9] 818 metres (2,684 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Jiujiang Expressway
E’dong Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 17 E’dong Bridge 242.5 metres (796 ft) 926 metres (3,038 ft) Cable-stayed 2010  China Zhong County Expressway
Mezcala Bridge - Mexico edit3.jpg 18 Mezcala Bridge 236 metres (774 ft)[10] 311 metres (1,020 ft) Cable-stayed 1993  Mexico Mártir de Cuilapán Expressway
Izmit Bay Bridge (3).JPG 19 Osman Gazi Bridge 234.425 metres (769.11 ft) 1,550 metres (5,090 ft) Cable-stayed 2016  Turkey Gebze, Gulf of İzmit Expressway
Incheon bridge (12).jpg 20 Incheon Bridge 230.5 metres (756 ft) 800 metres (2,600 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  South Korea Incheon Expressway
Golden Gate Bridge .JPG 21 Golden Gate Bridge 227.4 metres (746 ft) 1,280 metres (4,200 ft) Suspension 1937  United States San Francisco Expressway
Xiamen Zhangzhou Bridge XIAZHA.jpg 22 Xiamen Zhangzhou Bridge 227 metres (745 ft) 780 metres (2,560 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Zhangzhou and Xiamen Expressway
Jiashao Bridge.jpg 23 Jiashao Bridge 227 metres (745 ft) 428 metres (1,404 ft) Cable-stayed 2012  China Hangzhou Bay Expressway
Мост через бухту Золотой Рог, июль 2012.jpg 24 Zolotoy Bridge 226 metres (741 ft) 737 metres (2,418 ft) Cable-stayed 2012  Russia Vladivostok Expressway
Puente el Carrizo.jpg 25 El Carrizo Bridge 226 metres (741 ft)[11] 217 metres (712 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  Mexico El Palmito Road
象山港大桥桥面.jpg 26 Xiangshan Harbor Bridge 225.5 metres (740 ft) 688 metres (2,257 ft) Cable-stayed 2012  China Ningbo Expressway
Langqi Bridge.jpg 27 Langqi Bridge 223 metres (732 ft) 680 metres (2,230 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Fuzhou Expressway
Yangpu Bridge-1.jpg 28 Yangpu Bridge 223 metres (732 ft) 602 metres (1,975 ft) Cable-stayed 1993  China Shanghai Road
San Marcos Bridge Towers.jpg 29 San Marcos Bridge 223 metres (732 ft) [11] 180 metres (590 ft) Concrete 2013  Mexico Xicotepec de Juárez Road
Fourth Nanjing Yangtze Bridge.JPG 30 Fourth Nanjing Yangtze Bridge 223 metres (732 ft) [12] 1,418 metres (4,652 ft) Suspension 2012  China Nanjing Expressway
Tatara Bridge-3edit.jpg 31 Tatara Bridge 220 metres (720 ft) 890 metres (2,920 ft) Cable-stayed 1999  Japan Imabari Expressway
Badong Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 32 Badong Bridge 218 metres (715 ft) 388 metres (1,273 ft) Cable-stayed 2005  China Badong County Road
Xupu Bridge.JPG 33 Xupu Bridge 217 m (712 ft)[13] 590 metres (1,940 ft) Cable-stayed 1997  China Shanghai Expressway
Guozigou Bridge.jpg 34 Guozigou Bridge 215.5 metres (707 ft)[14] 360 metres (1,180 ft) Cable-stayed 2011  China Huocheng County Expressway
NJ 3rd Bridge-edit.jpg 35 Third Nanjing Yangtze Bridge 215.1 metres (706 ft) 648 metres (2,126 ft) Cable-stayed 2005  China Nanjing Expressway
Bushes in Runyang Bridge Park.JPG 36 Runyang Bridge 215 metres (705 ft) 1,490 metres (4,890 ft) Suspension 2005  China Jiangsu Expressway
Pont de Normandie - IMG 1350big-edit.JPG 37 Pont de Normandie 214.8 metres (705 ft) 856 metres (2,808 ft) Cable-stayed 1995  France Le Havre Expressway
Minpu 1st Bridge.jpg 38 Minpu Bridge 214.5 metres (704 ft) 708 metres (2,323 ft) Cable-stayed 2010  China Shanghai Expressway
Fengjie Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 39 Fengjie Bridge 214 metres (702 ft) 460 metres (1,510 ft) Cable-stayed 2005  China Fengjie Road
Tongling Yangtze Rail-Road Bridge.jpg 40 Second Tongling Bridge [zh] 212 metres (696 ft)[15] 630 metres (2,070 ft) Cable-stayed 2015  China Tongling
31°5′0.4″N 117°57′58.3″E / 31.083444°N 117.966194°E / 31.083444; 117.966194 (Second Tongling Bridge)
Expressway, Rail
Verrazano Bridge2.jpg 41 Verrazano Narrows Bridge 211.3 metres (693 ft) 1,298 metres (4,259 ft) Suspension 1964  United States New York City Expressway
Xihoumen Bridge.JPG 42 Xihoumen Bridge 211 metres (692 ft) 1,650 metres (5,410 ft) Suspension 2008  China Zhoushan Archipelago Expressway
Huangyi Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 43 Huangyi Bridge 210 metres (690 ft) 520 metres (1,710 ft) Cable-stayed 2012  China Huangyi Expressway
Anqing Yangtze River Railway Bridge.JPG 44 Anqing Yangtze River Railway Bridge 210 metres (690 ft) 580 metres (1,900 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Anqing Expressway/railway
No image.svg 45 Xianshen River Bridge 210 metres (690 ft)[16] 136 metres (446 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  China Jincheng Expressway
Shanghai Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 46 Shanghai Yangtze River Bridge 209 metres (686 ft) 730 metres (2,400 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  China Shanghai Expressway
Erqi Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 47 Erqi Bridge 209 metres (686 ft)[17] 616 metres (2,021 ft) Cable-stayed 2011  China Wuhan Expressway
Pengxihe Bridge.JPG 48 Pengxihe Bridge 208 metres (682 ft) 316 metres (1,037 ft) Cable-stayed 2008  China Yunyang Expressway
Hejiang Bridge.JPG 49 Hejiang Changjiang Second Bridge 208 metres (682 ft) 420 metres (1,380 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Hejiang Expressway
No image.svg 50 Yongchuan Bridge 207.4 metres (680 ft) 608 metres (1,995 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Songji Expressway
Queensferry Crossing view02 2017-03-16.jpg 51 Queensferry Crossing 207 metres (679 ft) 650 metres (2,130 ft) Cable-stayed 2017  United Kingdom Firth of Forth Expressway
Tsing Ma Bridge 2.jpg 52 Tsing Ma Bridge 206 metres (676 ft) 1,377 metres (4,518 ft) Suspension 1997  Hong Kong Hong Kong Expressway/railway
Fuling Wujiang Bridge-1.jpg 53 Wujiang Fuling Bridge 204.8 metres (672 ft)[18] 320 metres (1,050 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Fuling Road
Balinghe Bridge-2.jpg 54 Baling River Bridge 204.5 metres (671 ft)[19] 1,088 metres (3,570 ft) Suspension 2009  China Guanling County Expressway
Under the bridge - Oresund Bridge.jpg 55 Øresund Bridge 203.5 metres (668 ft) 490 metres (1,610 ft) Cable-stayed 2000  Sweden/ Denmark Malmö/Copenhagen[note 1] Expressway/railway
Jintang cable-stayed bridge.JPG 56 Jintang Bridge 202.5 metres (664 ft) 620 metres (2,030 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  China Zhoushan Archipelago Expressway
Ting Kau Bridge-1.jpg 57 Ting Kau Bridge 201.6 metres (661 ft) 475 metres (1,558 ft) Cable-stayed 1998  Hong Kong Hong Kong Expressway
Huangpu Bridge-2.jpg 58 Huangpu Bridge 201 metres (659 ft) 1,108 metres (3,635 ft) Cable-stayed 2008  China Guangzhou Expressway
Hardangerbrua (15028061131).png 59 Hardanger Bridge 200.5 metres (658 ft) 1,380 metres (4,530 ft) Suspension 2013  Norway Hardangerfjord Road
Ada Bridge 2012.jpg 60 Ada Bridge 200 metres (660 ft) 376 metres (1,234 ft) Cable-stayed 2011  Serbia Belgrade Road/light railway
Cantarat Salla 02.jpg 61 Mohammed VI Bridge 200 metres (660 ft) 376 metres (1,234 ft) Cable-stayed 2016  Morocco Rabat Expressway
GreatSetoBridge2-edit.jpg 62 Minami Bisan-Seto Bridge 200 metres (660 ft) 1,100 metres (3,600 ft) Suspension 1988  Japan Sakaide Expressway/railway
HangzhouBayBridgeView.jpg 63 Hangzhou Bay Bridge 197 metres (646 ft) 318 metres (1,043 ft) Cable-stayed 2008  China Jiaxing Expressway
Malinghe River Bridge-1.jpg 64 Maling River Shankun Expressway Bridge 196 metres (643 ft)[20] 360 metres (1,180 ft) Cable-stayed 2011  China Xingyi Expressway
Second Nanjing Yangtze Bridge.JPG 65 Second Nanjing Yangtze Bridge 195.4 metres (641 ft) 628 metres (2,060 ft) Cable-stayed 2001  China Nanjing Expressway
No image.svg 66 Third Jinan Yellow River Bridge 195 metres (640 ft) 386 metres (1,266 ft) Cable-stayed 2008  China Jinan Expressway
HezhangBridge.jpg 67 Hezhang Bridge 195 metres (640 ft)[11] 180 metres (590 ft) Concrete 2013  China Hezhang Expressway
Boundary River Highway Bridge of Sino-Korean Yalu River.jpg 68 New Yalu River Bridge 194.6 metres (638 ft) 636 metres (2,087 ft) Cable-stayed 2015  China/ North Korea Dandong/Sinuiju
40°2′7.8″N 124°22′11.2″E / 40.035500°N 124.369778°E / 40.035500; 124.369778 (New Yalu River Bridge)[21]
Road
TaizhouBridgeView.jpg 69 Taizhou Yangtze River Bridge 194 metres (636 ft)[11] 1,080 metres (3,540 ft) Suspension 2012  China Taizhou Expressway
JiangyinBridgeView.jpg 70 Jiangyin Suspension Bridge 193 metres (633 ft)[11] 1,385 metres (4,544 ft) Suspension 1997  China Jiangyin Road
Meixihe Bridge.JPG 70 Meixi River Expressway Bridge 193 metres (633 ft)[22] 386 metres (1,266 ft) Cable-stayed 2010  China Fengjie Expressway
Tieluoping Bridge-1.jpg 72 Tieluoping Bridge 192 metres (630 ft)[11] 322 metres (1,056 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  China Langping Expressway
Puente de Talavera.jpg 73 Puente de Castilla la Mancha 192 metres (630 ft)[23] 318 metres (1,043 ft) Cable-stayed 2011  Spain Talavera Road
Shennongxi Highway Bridge.JPG 74 Shennongxi Bridge 191 metres (627 ft) [24] 320 metres (1,050 ft) Cable-stayed 2012  China Yanduhezhen Expressway
75 Sunxihe Bridge
笋溪河特大桥
190.7 metres (626 ft)[25] 660 metres (2,170 ft) Suspension 2018  China Bailinzhen, Chongqing
28°42′44.6″N 106°27′41.2″E / 28.712389°N 106.461444°E / 28.712389; 106.461444 (Sunxi River Bridge)</small
Road
Ponte25Abril1.jpg 76 25 de Abril Bridge 190.5 metres (625 ft) 1,013 metres (3,323 ft) Suspension 1966  Portugal Lisbon Expressway/railway
Meikou-edit.jpg 77 Meiko-Chuo Bridge 190 metres (620 ft)[26] 590 metres (1,940 ft) Cable-stayed 1998  Japan Nagoya Expressway
Liuchonghe Bridge-1.jpg 78 Liuchonghe Bridge 190 metres (620 ft)[11] 438 metres (1,437 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Zhijin Expressway
TianxingzhouRailwayBridgeView.jpg 79 Tianxingzhou Yangtze River Bridge 190 metres (620 ft)[11] 504 metres (1,654 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  China Wuhan Expressway/railway
Yingbin Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 80 Fenfangwan Bridge 189.3 metres (621 ft)[11] 464 metres (1,522 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Jiangjin Road/railway
Wulingshan Bridge-3.jpg 81 Wulingshan Bridge 188 metres (617 ft)[27] 263 metres (863 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  China Pengshui Expressway
Thailand - Chao Phraya River.jpg 82 Kanchanaphisek Bridge 188 metres (617 ft) 500 metres (1,600 ft) Cable-stayed 2007  Thailand Samut Prakan Expressway
No image.svg 83 Jiangshun Xi River Bridge [zh] 186 metres (610 ft)[28] 700 metres (2,300 ft) Cable-stayed 2015  China Foshan - Jiangmen (Guangdong)
22°46′41″N 113°04′29″E / 22.77806°N 113.07472°E / 22.77806; 113.07472 (Jiangshun Xi River Bridge)
Expressway
Viadotto Sente, Strada statale 86 Istonia.JPG 84 Viadotto Sente 185 metres (607 ft)[29] 200 metres (660 ft) Concrete 1977  Italy Belmonte del Sannio Road
Anqing Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 85 Anqing Bridge 185 metres (607 ft)[30] 510 metres (1,670 ft) Cable-stayed 2004  China Anhui Expressway
Construcción del Puente de la Constitución de 1812, Cádiz2.jpg 86 La Pepa Bridge 185 metres (607 ft) 540 metres (1,770 ft) Cable-stayed 2015  Spain Cadiz Expressway
George Washington Bridge from New Jersey.jpg 87 George Washington Bridge 184.1 metres (604 ft) 1,100 metres (3,600 ft) Suspension 1931  United States Fort Lee, New Jersey Expressway
Puente Centenario - Flickr - jacf18.jpg 88 Centennial Bridge 184 metres (604 ft) 420 metres (1,380 ft) Cable-stayed 2004  Panama Paraíso Expressway
Kurushimakaikyou ohashi.jpg 89 Kurushima-Kaikyō Bridge 184 metres (604 ft) 1,030 metres (3,380 ft) Suspension 1999  Japan Imabari Expressway
Hanjiatuo Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 90 Hanjiatuo Bridge 184 metres (604 ft)[11] 432 metres (1,417 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Fuling Expressway/railway
睽違十多年的甲仙行 2.jpg 91 Kao-Ping Hsi Bridge 183.5 metres (602 ft)[31] 330 metres (1,080 ft) Cable-stayed 2000  Taiwan Kaohsiung Expressway
Qingcaobei Yangtze River Bridge.jpg 92 Qincaobei Bridge 183 metres (600 ft)[11] 788 metres (2,585 ft) Suspension 2013  China Lidu Expressway
No image.svg 93 Labajin Bridge 182.6 metres (599 ft)[32] 200 metres (660 ft) Concrete 2012  China Yingjing Expressway
Seohae1.jpg 94 Seohae Bridge 182 metres (597 ft) 470 metres (1,540 ft) Cable-stayed 2000  South Korea Gyeonggi Expressway
Guangzhou Dongsha Bridge under construction.jpg 95 Dongsha Bridge 182 metres (597 ft) 338 metres (1,109 ft) Cable-stayed 2008  China Guangzhou Road
Vista aérea da ponte sobre o rio Negro que liga Manaus a Iranduba.jpg 96 Rio Negro Bridge 182 metres (597 ft)[33] 200 metres (660 ft) Cable-stayed 2011  Brazil Manaus Road
Qingzhou Bridge.jpg 97 Qingzhou Bridge 180.5 metres (592 ft) 605 metres (1,985 ft) Cable-stayed 2001  China Fuzhou Expressway
High Coast Bridge (Höga Kusten Bron).jpg 98 Höga Kusten Bridge 180 metres (590 ft) 1,210 metres (3,970 ft) Suspension 1997  Sweden Kramfors Expressway
Tsurumi tsubasa bridge from twin tower.jpg 99 Tsurumi Tsubasa Bridge 180 metres (590 ft) 510 metres (1,670 ft) Cable-stayed 1994  Japan Yokohama Expressway
Caijia Bridge.JPG 100 Caijia Bridge 179.5 metres (589 ft)[11] 250 metres (820 ft) Cable-stayed 2013  China Chongqing Metro Railway
MaanshanBridgeView.jpg 101 Ma'anshan Yangtze River Bridge 179 metres (587 ft) 1,080 metres (3,540 ft) Suspension 2013  China Ma'anshan Expressway
Fuling Wujiang Bridge-1.jpg 102 Fuling Wujiang Bridge 178 metres (584 ft)[11] 340 metres (1,120 ft) Cable-stayed 2009  China Fuling Road
Kochertalbruecke-luftbild.jpg 103 Kocher Viaduct 178 metres (584 ft) 138 metres (453 ft) Concrete 1979  Germany Geislingen, Baden-Württemberg Expressway
Longtanhe Bridge-1.jpg 104 Longtanhe River Viaduct 178 metres (584 ft)[11] 200 metres (660 ft) Concrete 2009  China Langpingzhen Expressway
Yunyang Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 105 Yunyang Yangtze River Bridge 177 metres (581 ft)[11] 318 metres (1,043 ft) Cable-stayed 2005  China Yunyang Road
Beipanjiang Highway Bridge, Guizhou, China-1.JPG 106 Beipanjiang Shuipan Bridge 176 metres (577 ft)[34] 290 metres (950 ft) Concrete 2012  China Fa’er Bouyei Road
Riyadh Bridge.jpg 107 Wadi Leban Bridge 175.5 metres (576 ft)[35] 405 metres (1,329 ft) Cable-stayed 1997  Saudi Arabia Riyadh Expressway
CanThoBridge.jpg 108 Cần Thơ Bridge 175.3 metres (575 ft) 550 metres (1,800 ft) Cable-stayed 2010  Vietnam Cần Thơ & Vĩnh Long Expressway
Baishazhou Yangtze River Bridge.JPG 109 Baishazhou Bridge 175 metres (574 ft)[36] 618 metres (2,028 ft) Cable-stayed 2000  China Wuhan Expressway

Notes

  1. ^ The pillars are in Sweden

See also

References

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Other references are, as a principle, located in the articles about the bridges.

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