The World’s Longest Bridge over Water —— Jiaozhou Bay Bridge
Jiaozhou Bay Bridge

The World’s Longest Bridge over Water —— Jiaozhou Bay Bridge

Jiaozhou Bay Bridge (or Qingdao Haiwan Bridge) is a 26.7 km (16.6 mi) long roadway bridge in eastern China’s Shandong province, which is part of the 41.58 km (25.84 mi) Jiaozhou Bay Connection Project. As of December 2012, Guinness World Records lists the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge as the world’s longest bridge over water (aggregate length) at 41.58 km (25.84 mi).

The design of the bridge is T-shaped with the main entry and exit points in Huangdao and the Licang District of Qingdao. The construction used 450,000 tons of steel and 2.3 million cubic meters (81×106 cu ft) of concrete. The bridge is designed to be able to withstand severe earthquakes, typhoons, and collisions from ships. It is supported by 5,238 concrete piles. The cross section consists of two beams in total 35 m (115 ft) wide carrying six lanes with two shoulders.

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