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    views: 10 / posted byvladimir 8 ноября 2009

    The Runyang Bridge is a large bridge complex that crosses the Yangtze River in Jiangsu Province, China, downstream of Nanjing. The complex consists of two major bridges that link Zhenjiang on the south bank of the river and Yangzhou on the north. The bridge is part of the Beijing-Shanghai Expressway.

    Photo 1, Runyang Bridge, China

    Runyang Bridge

    Crosses                            Yangtze River

    Locale                              Jiangsu province

    Design                             Suspension bridge

    Height                             215 metres (705 ft)

    Longest span                   1,490 metres (4,900 ft)

    Opening date                   April 30, 2005

    Photo 2, Runyang Bridge, China

    The south bridge is a suspension bridge with a main span of 1,490 metres (4,888 ft). Upon its completion in 2005 it became the fourth longest suspension bridge span in the world and the largest in China. With the opening of the Xihoumen Bridge in 2007, it became the second longest span in China, and the fourth longest in the world. The towers are 215 metres (705 ft) above water level. The two approach spans are not suspended. The main span of the bridge consists of a streamlined orthotropic steel box girder that is 3 metres (10 ft) in depth. The width of the deck is 39.2 metres (129 ft), accommodating 6 traffic lanes and a narrow walkway at each outside edge for maintenance. The height clearance for river navigation is about 50 metres (164 ft).

    Photo 3, Runyang Bridge, China

    The north bridge is a cable-stayed bridge with a main span of 406 metres (1,332 ft) with towers 150 metres (492 ft) above water level. In between the two bridges is the island of Siyezhou. The total length of the bridge complex is about 35.66 kilometres (22.16 mi). Construction of the bridge complex began in October 2000 and was completed ahead of schedule. The complex opened to traffic on April 30, 2005.


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