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World's Longest Bridges are Constructed by China

The Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge is the world's longest bridge. It is a 164.8-kilometre (102.4 mi) long viaduct on the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway.

Carries: Rail
Locale: China’s Jiangsu province
Total length: 164.8 kilometres (102.4 mi)
Construction begin: ca. 2006
Construction end: 2010
Opened: 30 June 2011

Longest Bridges in the World:

01. Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge

02. Tianjin Grand Bridge

03. Bang na throughway

04. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway

05. Manchac Swamp bridge

06. Hangzhou bay Bridge

07. Runyang Bridge

08. Donghai Bridge

09. Shanghai maglev Train

10. Atchafalaya Basin Bridge

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