Top 10 longest bridges in the world

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Building bridges has been part of our most outstanding technical engineering since the dawn of man. It all started with bridges forming naturally when continental plates shifted, enabling prehistoric humans to walk from one continent to another. That takes millions of years of course. Today we’re used to shorter building times. And the designs are a bit more technically challenging. Here’s our top 10 of the longest bridges in the world:

Top 10 longest bridges

  1. Runyang Bridge (China, road): 35,660 meters
  2. Hangzhou Bay Bridge (China, road): 35,673 meters
  3. Yangcun Bridge (China, rail): 35,812 meters
  4. Manchac Swamp bridge (USA, road): 36,710 meters
  5. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway (USA, road): 38,442 meters
  6. Beijing Grand Bridge (China, rail): 48,153 meters
  7. Bang Na Expressway (Thailand, road): 54,000 meters
  8. Weinan Weihe Grand Bridge (China, rail): 79,732 meters
  9. Tianjin Grand Bridge (China, rail): 113,700 meters
  10. Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge (China, rail): 164,800 meters

Source: Wikipedia

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