Huanghe Bridge Zhungeer

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Huanghe Bridge Zhungeer
准格尔黄河特大桥
Junggar, Inner Mongolia, China
427 feet high / 130 meters high
1,444 foot span / 440 meter span
2015

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The tallest and longest span bridge ever built across China's famous Yellow River (Huanghe), the Zhunngeer Bridge is also one of the highest with a deck 120 meters above the river. Part of a new expressway between Junggar and points east, the bridge parallels an older 2-lane bridge that has become obsolete for the increasing traffic in the region.

The bridge has a large central cable stayed span configuration of 160+440+160 meters supported by a tower 228.5 meters tall. The entire bridge stretches 1,277 meters in length.


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Aerial view of the two Zhungeer Huanghe Bridge crossings. The 2-lane bridge on the right was completed in 2013 and is over 100 meters above the river.


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Zhungeer Bridge satellite image. The new crossing is just north of the older 2-lane beam bridge.


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Zhungeer Bridge location map.

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