This is a list of bridges in India.

Longest Rail cum Road bridge

Name Hindi Length Locate State Type Opened Combany
Bogibeel Bridge बोगीबील सेतु 4.94 km Dhemaji-Dibrugarh Assam Rail cum road bridge 2018 Gammon India and Hindustan Construction Company
Digha–Sonpur Bridge जे पी सेतु 4.55 km Digha-Sonpur Bihar Rail cum road bridge 2016 Ircon International
Godavari Bridge गोदावरी पुल 4.10 km Rajahmundry–Kovvur Andhra Pradesh Rail cum road bridge 1974 Braithwaite, Burn & Jessop Construction Company
Munger Ganga Bridge श्री कृष्ण सेतु 3.75 km Munger-Begusarai,Khagaria Bihar Rail cum road bridge 2022 Braithwaite, Burn & Jessop Construction Company
Naranarayan Setu नरनारायण सेतु 2.28 km Panchratna- Goalpara Assam Rail cum road bridge 1998 Braithwaite, Burn & Jessop Construction Company
Rajendra Setu राजेन्द्र सेतु 2.10 km Mokama-Simaria,Barauni Bihar Rail cum road bridge 1959 Braithwaite, Burn & Jessop Construction Company
Saraighat Bridge सरायघाट ब्रिज 1.40 km Guwahati Assam Rail cum road bridge 1962 Hindustan Construction Company
Koilwar Bridge कोईलवार सेतु 1.40 km Arrah-Patna Bihar Rail cum road bridge 1862 East Indian Railway Company
Vivekananda Setu विवेकानंद सेतु 1.0 km kolkata-Howrah West Bengal Rail cum road bridge 1931 Braithwaite & Company

Historical and architectural interest bridges

Name Hindi Distinction Length Type Carries
Crosses
Opened Locate State Ref.
Living root bridges of Nongriat village in East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya JEG7387.jpg
Umshiang Double-Decker Root Bridge Double living root bridge Suspension
Roots
Footbridge
Nongriat
25°15′04.5″N 91°40′19.1″E / 25.251250°N 91.671972°E / 25.251250; 91.671972 (Umshiang Double-Decker Root Bridge)
Meghalaya
1 Rangthylliang 1.JPG
Rangthylliang 1 Root Bridge Longest known living root bridge
Height : 30 m (98 ft)
50 m (160 ft) Suspension
Roots
Footbridge
Rangthylliang - Mawkyrnot Meghalaya [1]
Kishkindha OldBridge.jpg
Bukka’s Aqueduct Group of Monuments at Hampi
World Heritage Logo global.svg
World Heritage Site (1986)
Masonry Hampi
15°20′47.4″N 76°27′11.5″E / 15.346500°N 76.453194°E / 15.346500; 76.453194 (Bukka’s Aqueduct)
Karnataka [2]
Jaunpurbridge closeup.jpg
Shahi Bridge शाही पुल State Protected Monument
ID S-UP-25
Mughal era bridge
Masonry
10 arches
State Highway 5
Gomti River
1567 Jaunpur
25°44′56.2″N 82°41′04.5″E / 25.748944°N 82.684583°E / 25.748944; 82.684583 (Shahi Bridge)
Uttar Pradesh [S 1]
[3]
Noorabad Bridge near Morena, on way to Gwalior (4536507329).jpg
Noorabad Bridge Mughal era bridge Masonry
7 arches
Road bridge
Sankh River
Noorabad
26°24′25.9″N 78°03′50.8″E / 26.407194°N 78.064111°E / 26.407194; 78.064111 (Noorabad Bridge)
Madhya Pradesh [4]
Puranapul.jpg
Purana pul Nizam era bridge 183 m (600 ft) Masonry
22 arches
Road bridge
Musi River
1578 Hyderabad
17°22′02.8″N 78°27′29.5″E / 17.367444°N 78.458194°E / 17.367444; 78.458194 (Purana pul)
Telangana [5]
Lodi Gardens bridge.jpg
Athpula अठपुला Monument of National Importance
ID N-DL-72
Mughal era bridge
Masonry
7 arches
Footbridge
Lodi Gardens
16th century New Delhi
28°35′47.2″N 77°13′22.3″E / 28.596444°N 77.222861°E / 28.596444; 77.222861 (Athpula)
Delhi [6]
Barahpulla (3544950003).jpg
Bara Pulah Monument of National Importance
ID N-DL-122
Mughal era bridge
214 m (702 ft) Masonry
7 arches
Road bridge
17th century Nizamuddin East
28°35′03.0″N 77°15′12.2″E / 28.584167°N 77.253389°E / 28.584167; 77.253389 (Bara Pulah)
Delhi [7]
নামদাং.jpg
Namdang Stone Bridge Made from a single piece of rock 60 m (200 ft) Arch
NH2-IN.svg
National Highway 2
Namdang River
1703 Sivasagar
26°57′01.3″N 94°32′42.5″E / 26.950361°N 94.545139°E / 26.950361; 94.545139 (Namdang Stone Bridge)
Assam [8]
Nanjangud Oldest Bridge.jpg
Kabini Bridge One of the oldest rail-cum-road bridge in the world Masonry
51 arches
1735 Nanjangud
12°08′25.2″N 76°40′32.1″E / 12.140333°N 76.675583°E / 12.140333; 76.675583 (Kabini Bridge)
Karnataka [9]
Puri, Atharanala bridge 2015-11-21.jpg
Atharanala अथरनाला ब्रिज Monument of National Importance
ID N-OR-64
85 m (279 ft) Masonry
18 arches, laterite

Musa Stream
18th century Puri
19°49′11.3″N 85°49′54.2″E / 19.819806°N 85.831722°E / 19.819806; 85.831722 (Atharanala)
Odisha [10]
Victoria Suspension Bridge in Mandi (24638542387)2.jpg
Victoria Bridge, Mandi मंडी का विक्टोरिया ब्रिज Suspension
Steel deck, masonry pylons
Samkhetar Road
Beas River
1877 Mandi
31°42′45.9″N 76°56′00.1″E / 31.712750°N 76.933361°E / 31.712750; 76.933361 (Victoria Bridge, Mandi)
Himachal Pradesh [11]
PunalurBridge2.jpg
Punalur Suspension Bridge State Protected Monument
ID S-KL-27
122 m (400 ft) Suspension
Chain bridge, steel deck, masonry pylons
Footbridge
(former road bridge)
Kallada River
1877 Punalur
9°01′05.2″N 76°55′39.5″E / 9.018111°N 76.927639°E / 9.018111; 76.927639 (Punalur Suspension Bridge)
Kerala [12]
KSR Train on a big bridge 05-02-12 71.jpeg
Bridge No.541 Mountain railways of India
World Heritage Logo global.svg
World Heritage Site (1999)
53 m (174 ft) Masonry
4 levels, 34 arches
1898 Shalawon
30°59′28.6″N 77°06′57.7″E / 30.991278°N 77.116028°E / 30.991278; 77.116028 (Bridge No.541)
Himachal Pradesh [13]
[14]
Pamban Bridge 1.jpg
Pamban Bridge पाम्बन पुल India's first sea bridge 2,065 m (6,775 ft) Cantilever
Steel
Bascule bridge
1914 Pamban Island - Mandapam
9°16′58.8″N 79°12′19.0″E / 9.283000°N 79.205278°E / 9.283000; 79.205278 (Pamban Bridge)
Tamil Nadu [S 2]
[15]
Lakshman Jhula Hanging Bridge, Rishikesh, India.jpg
Lakshman Jhula लक्ष्मण झूला 137 m (449 ft) Suspension
Steel deck and pylons
Footbridge
Ganges
1929 Rishikesh
30°07′35.1″N 78°19′48.1″E / 30.126417°N 78.330028°E / 30.126417; 78.330028 (Lakshman Jhula)
Uttarakhand [S 3]
Coronation Bridge on Teesta River.jpg
Coronation Bridge Arch
Concrete deck arch
1941 Sevoke
26°54′10.2″N 88°28′24.2″E / 26.902833°N 88.473389°E / 26.902833; 88.473389 (Coronation Bridge)
West Bengal [16]
Ramjhula - bridge over the Ganga.jpg
Ram Jhula, Rishikesh राम झूला 228 m (748 ft) Suspension
Steel deck and pylons
Footbridge
Ganges
1986 Rishikesh
30°07′24.0″N 78°18′52.1″E / 30.123333°N 78.314472°E / 30.123333; 78.314472 (Ram Jhula, Rishikesh)
Uttarakhand [S 4]

Highest bridges

See also: List of highest bridges in world and Structural height vs deck height

This is list of highest bridges in India which is sortable by deck height, structural height and "usage type". The deck height is the distance between the bridge deck and the surface or water below.


Name Hindi Span Length Deck height Structural height Usage type Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Chenab Bridge 467 m (1,532 ft) 1,315 m (4,314 ft) 359 m (1,178 ft) Rail Arch Reasi Jammu and Kashmir World's heghest rail bridge.
2
3


Longest bridges

See also: List of longest bridge of all type in world

Rail bridges by span and length

This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (July 2021)

This is the list of longest rail bridges of India by span and length. List does not include road bridges.


Name Hindi Span Length Deck height Structural height Usage type Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Chenab Bridge 467 m (1,532 ft) 1,315 m (4,314 ft) 359 m (1,178 ft) Rail Arch Reasi Jammu and Kashmir World's highest rail bridge.
2
3


Road bridges by span and length

See also: List of longest bridges above water in India

This is the list of longest road bridges of India by span and length. List does not include rail bridges.


Name Hindi Span Length Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Okha Beyt Dwarka Signature Bridge
under construction
500 m (1,600 ft) 2,320 m (7,610 ft) Cable-stayed
Road bridge
Gulf of Kutch
Okha - Bet Dwarka
22°27′08.1″N 69°05′02.5″E / 22.452250°N 69.084028°E / 22.452250; 69.084028 (Okha Beyt Dwarka Signature Bridge)
Gujarat [17]
[18]
Arial view of Chenab Bridge in 2017 2.jpg
2 Chenab Bridge
under construction
चिनाब पुल 460 m (1,510 ft) 1,315 m (4,314 ft) Arch
Steel deck arch
2022 Reasi
33°09′03.0″N 74°52′58.7″E / 33.150833°N 74.882972°E / 33.150833; 74.882972 (Chenab Bridge)
Jammu and Kashmir [S 5]
[19]
Howrah Bridge, Kolkata.jpg
3 Howrah Bridge রবীন্দ্র সেতু 457 m (1,499 ft) 705 m (2,313 ft) Cantilever
Steel
99+457+99
Road bridge
Hooghly River
1943 Kolkata - Howrah
22°35′06.3″N 88°20′49.0″E / 22.585083°N 88.346944°E / 22.585083; 88.346944 (Howrah Bridge)
West Bengal [S 6]
[20]
Vidyasagar Setu - Howrah 2012-01-14 0941.JPG
4 Vidyasagar Setu বিদ্যাসাগর সেতু 457 m (1,499 ft) 841 m (2,759 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel-concrete deck, concrete pylons
183+457+183
1992 Kolkata - Howrah
22°33′25.0″N 88°19′41.7″E / 22.556944°N 88.328250°E / 22.556944; 88.328250 (Vidyasagar Setu)
West Bengal [Note 1]
[S 7]
[21]
New Zuari bridge 8.10.18 (45176886281).jpg
5 New Zuari Bridge
under construction
360 m (1,180 ft) 7,200 m (23,600 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete pylons
140+360+140
Road bridge
Zuari River
2021 Tiswadi - Cortalim
15°24′41.5″N 73°54′22.3″E / 15.411528°N 73.906194°E / 15.411528; 73.906194 (New Zuari Bridge)
Goa [22]
Basohli bridge1.jpg
6 Atal Setu (Basohli) 350 m (1,150 ft) 592 m (1,942 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel-concrete deck, concrete pylons
Road bridge
Ravi River
2015 Basholi - Darkha Bungla
32°29′40.9″N 75°49′25.6″E / 32.494694°N 75.823778°E / 32.494694; 75.823778 (Atal Setu (Basohli))
Jammu and Kashmir
Punjab
[23]
Upcoming cable bridge in kota3.jpg
7 Kota Chambal Bridge कोटा चंबल नदी सेतु 350 m (1,150 ft) 1,103 m (3,619 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
61+350+61
2017 Kota
25°08′28.0″N 75°47′37.8″E / 25.141111°N 75.793833°E / 25.141111; 75.793833 (Kota Chambal Bridge)
Rajasthan [S 8]
[24]
8 Anji Khad Bridge
under construction
290 m (950 ft) 725 m (2,379 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel truss deck, concrete pylon
290+80+75
Jammu–Baramulla line
Anji Khad River
2021 Reasi
33°04′48.2″N 74°54′52.0″E / 33.080056°N 74.914444°E / 33.080056; 74.914444 (Anji Khad Bridge)
Jammu and Kashmir [S 9]
[19]
Naini Bridge @ Allahabad.jpg
9 New Yamuna Bridge नया यमुना सेतु 260 m (850 ft) 1,510 m (4,950 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete deck, concrete pylons
60+115+260+115+60
2005 Allahabad
25°25′39.7″N 81°51′40.4″E / 25.427694°N 81.861222°E / 25.427694; 81.861222 (New Yamuna Bridge)
Uttar Pradesh [S 10]
[25]
Signaturebridgenedelhi.png
10 Signature Bridge सिग्नेचर ब्रिज 251 m (823 ft) 675 m (2,215 ft) Cable-stayed
Cantilever spar
Composite steel/concrete deck, steel pylon
Road bridge
Yamuna
2018 Wazirabad - East Delhi
28°42′20.3″N 77°13′57.5″E / 28.705639°N 77.232639°E / 28.705639; 77.232639 (Signature Bridge)
Delhi [S 11]
[26]
Bandra Worli Seal Link.jpg
11 Bandra–Worli Sea Link
Bandra channel
बांद्रा-वर्ली समुद्रसेतु 250 m (820 ft) (x2) 5,600 m (18,400 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
250+250
Twin bridges
2009 Mumbai
19°02′08.2″N 72°49′01.6″E / 19.035611°N 72.817111°E / 19.035611; 72.817111 (Bandra–Worli Sea Link (Bandra channel))
Maharashtra [S 12]
[27]
12 Durgam Cheruvu Bridge
under construction
234 m (768 ft) 764 m (2,507 ft) Extradosed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
Road bridge
Durgam Cheruvu
2020 Hyderabad
17°25′54.1″N 78°23′24.7″E / 17.431694°N 78.390194°E / 17.431694; 78.390194 (Durgam Cheruvu Bridge)
Telangana [28]
13 Kanaka Bridge
under construction
217 m (712 ft) 255 m (837 ft) Arch
Steel tied-arch
Road bridge
Kanaka River
2021 Managan
27°31′32″N 88°31′37″E / 27.525564°N 88.526964°E / 27.525564; 88.526964 (Kanaka Bridge)
Sikkim [29]
14 Bagchal Bridge
under construction
185 m (607 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
Road bridge
Sutlej
Jangal Dadwal
31°15′23.2″N 76°41′00.1″E / 31.256444°N 76.683361°E / 31.256444; 76.683361 (Bagchal Bridge)
Himachal Pradesh [30]
15 Mumbai Trans Harbour Link
under construction
सेवरी-नहावा शेवा पारपोत सेतु 180 m (590 ft) 21,800 m (71,500 ft) Box girder
Steel
Mumbai Trans Harbour Link
Thane Creek
2023 Mumbai - Navi Mumbai
18°58′52.0″N 72°55′00.8″E / 18.981111°N 72.916889°E / 18.981111; 72.916889 (Mumbai Trans Harbour Link)
Maharashtra [31]
16 Chenab River Bridge (Akhnoor) 160 m (520 ft) 280 m (920 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
60+160+60
Bye Pass Road
Chenab River
2008 Akhnoor
32°54′09.5″N 74°45′47.6″E / 32.902639°N 74.763222°E / 32.902639; 74.763222 (Chenab River Bridge (Akhnoor))
Jammu and Kashmir [32]
Bandra worli sealinkബാന്ദ്ര-വർളി കടൽപാലം2.JPG
17 Bandra–Worli Sea Link
Worli channel
बांद्रा-वर्ली समुद्रसेतु 150 m (490 ft) 5,600 m (18,400 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
50+50+150+50+50
Twin bridges
2009 Mumbai
19°01′46.8″N 72°48′55.9″E / 19.029667°N 72.815528°E / 19.029667; 72.815528 (Bandra–Worli Sea Link (Worli channel))
Maharashtra [S 12]
[27]
Hooghly New Jubilee Bridge Under Construction.jpg
18 Sampreeti Bridge সম্প্রীতি সেতু 150 m (490 ft) 417 m (1,368 ft) Arch
Steel through arch
132+150+132
Railway bridge
Hooghly River
2016 Naihati - Bandel
22°54′25.2″N 88°24′16.8″E / 22.907000°N 88.404667°E / 22.907000; 88.404667 (Sampreeti Bridge)
West Bengal [S 13]
[33]
Atal Setu Goa.jpg
19 Atal Setu (Goa) 150 m (490 ft) 3,190 m (10,470 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, 4 concrete pylons
75+150x3+75
2019 Panaji
15°30′09.3″N 73°50′12.6″E / 15.502583°N 73.836833°E / 15.502583; 73.836833 (Atal Setu (Goa))
Goa [34]
20 Kacchi Dargah–Bidupur Bridge
under construction
कच्ची दरगाह-बिदुपुर सेतु 150 m (490 ft) 9,760 m (32,020 ft) Extradosed
Concrete box girder deck, 65 concrete pylons
Road bridge
Ganges
2021 Patna - Bidupur
25°36′55.6″N 85°20′08.4″E / 25.615444°N 85.335667°E / 25.615444; 85.335667 (Kacchi Dargah–Bidupur Bridge)
Bihar [S 14]
[35]
[36]
21 Chamba Pattan Hanging Bridge 150 m (490 ft) 200 m (660 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
25+150+25
Balardu - Chamba Pattan Road
Beas River
Chamba Pattan
31°49′46.3″N 76°15′45.9″E / 31.829528°N 76.262750°E / 31.829528; 76.262750 (Chamba Pattan Hanging Bridge)
Himachal Pradesh [37]
22 Akpa Bridge 150 m (490 ft) 300 m (980 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
Akpa
31°34′53.8″N 78°23′23.8″E / 31.581611°N 78.389944°E / 31.581611; 78.389944 (Akpa Bridge)
Himachal Pradesh [38]
Cable bridge of Bharuch.jpg
23 3rd Narmada Bridge 144 m (472 ft) (x8) 1,344 m (4,409 ft) Extradosed
Concrete box girder deck, 9 concrete pylons
74+144x8+74
2017 Bharuch
21°42′52.0″N 73°02′41.9″E / 21.714444°N 73.044972°E / 21.714444; 73.044972 (3rd Narmada Bridge)
Gujarat [S 15]
[39]
24 Shri Rampur Ghat Ganga Bridge 144 m (472 ft) 2,544 m (8,346 ft) Extradosed
Concrete box girder deck, 16 concrete pylons
(87+144+87)x8
Road bridge
Ganges
Ballia
25°43′11.3″N 84°12′19.7″E / 25.719806°N 84.205472°E / 25.719806; 84.205472 (Shri Rampur Ghat Ganga Bridge)
Uttar Pradesh [40]
25 Jadukata Bridge 140 m (460 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
State Highway 4 Nonghyllam Road
Jadukata River
2001 Ranikor
25°14′07.6″N 91°13′20.2″E / 25.235444°N 91.222278°E / 25.235444; 91.222278 (Jadukata Bridge)
Meghalaya [S 16]
[41]
26 Chenab River Bridge (Gordah) 137 m (449 ft) 187 m (614 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
Gordah
32°58′13.8″N 74°47′33.4″E / 32.970500°N 74.792611°E / 32.970500; 74.792611 (Chenab River Bridge (Gordah))
Jammu and Kashmir [42]
27 Sihorbala Bridge 135 m (443 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
2015 Bhaleth
31°48′47.5″N 76°28′27.6″E / 31.813194°N 76.474333°E / 31.813194; 76.474333 (Sihorbala Bridge)
Himachal Pradesh [43]
Jubilee Bridge (Naihati-Bandel) by Piyal Kundu.jpg
28 Jubilee Bridge
no longer used since 2016
জয়ন্তী সেতু 128 m (420 ft) (x2) 400 m (1,300 ft) Cantilever
Steel
128+110+128
Railway bridge
Hooghly River
1886 Naihati - Bandel
22°54′25.8″N 88°24′16.3″E / 22.907167°N 88.404528°E / 22.907167; 88.404528 (Jubilee Bridge)
West Bengal [S 17]
Bogibeel Bridge, Asia’s 2nd longest rail-cum-road bridge and has a serviceable period of around 120 years.-5- It is the 5th longest bridge in India after Bhupen Hazarika Setu, (48774893178).jpg
29 Bogibeel Bridge बगीबिल सेतु 125 m (410 ft) (x39) 4,950 m (16,240 ft) Truss
Steel, 2 levels
2018 Dhemaji district - Dibrugarh district
27°24′28.2″N 94°45′39.0″E / 27.407833°N 94.760833°E / 27.407833; 94.760833 (Bogibeel Bridge)
Assam [S 18]
[44]
Naranarayan Setu.jpg
30 Naranarayan Setu नरनारायण सेतु 125 m (410 ft) (x17) 2,304 m (7,559 ft) Truss
Steel, 2 levels
1998 Jogighopa
26°12′36.7″N 90°33′35.9″E / 26.210194°N 90.559972°E / 26.210194; 90.559972 (Naranarayan Setu)
Assam [S 19]
[45]
Konkan railway bridge.jpg
31 Konkan Railway Bridge 124 m (407 ft) (x2) 1,317 m (4,321 ft) Truss
Steel
1995 Tiswadi - Cortalim
15°24′41.5″N 73°54′31.5″E / 15.411528°N 73.908750°E / 15.411528; 73.908750 (Konkan Railway Bridge)
Goa [S 20]
[14]
[46]
F216 RajMandovi7747 (13668060925).jpg
32 Mandovi Railway Bridge 124 m (407 ft) 946 m (3,104 ft) Truss
Steel
1995 Carambolim
15°31′20.0″N 73°55′22.0″E / 15.522222°N 73.922778°E / 15.522222; 73.922778 (Mandovi Railway Bridge)
Goa [S 21]
[14]
[46]
Jppul.png
33 Digha–Sonpur Bridge दीघा-सोनपुर रेल-सह-सड़क पुल 123 m (404 ft) (x36) 4,556 m (14,948 ft) Truss
Steel, 2 levels
Digha Pahleza JP Setu Road
Patna–Sonepur–Hajipur section
Ganges
2016 Patna - Sonpur
25°40′02.8″N 85°06′27.4″E / 25.667444°N 85.107611°E / 25.667444; 85.107611 (Digha–Sonpur Bridge)
Bihar [S 22]
Karwarbridge2.jpg
34 Kali River Bridge काली नदी पर सेतु 122 m (400 ft) (x4) 665 m (2,182 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
1983 Karwar
14°50′32.1″N 74°07′54.3″E / 14.842250°N 74.131750°E / 14.842250; 74.131750 (Kali River Bridge)
Karnataka [47]
35 Borim Bridge 122 m (400 ft) 411 m (1,348 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
1983 Ponda
15°20′58.3″N 74°00′10.6″E / 15.349528°N 74.002944°E / 15.349528; 74.002944 (Borim Bridge)
Goa [48]
Sadarghat Bridge in Silchar.jpg
36 Sadarghat Bridge 121 m (397 ft) 472 m (1,549 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
1967 Silchar
24°49′50.5″N 92°48′18.3″E / 24.830694°N 92.805083°E / 24.830694; 92.805083 (Sadarghat Bridge)
Assam [48]
Gandhi Setu Bridge in Patna, India.jpg
37 Mahatma Gandhi Setu महात्मा गाँधी सेतु 121 m (397 ft) (x45) 5,575 m (18,291 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
1982 Patna - Hajipur
25°37′27.0″N 85°12′29.8″E / 25.624167°N 85.208278°E / 25.624167; 85.208278 (Mahatma Gandhi Setu)
Bihar [S 23]
Zuari Bridge PICT04411 (10778645).jpg
38 Zuari Bridge 121 m (397 ft) 809 m (2,654 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
1982 Tiswadi - Cortalim
15°24′42.0″N 73°54′24.7″E / 15.411667°N 73.906861°E / 15.411667; 73.906861 (Zuari Bridge)
Goa [48]
Munger pool.jpg
39 Munger Ganga Bridge श्रीकृष्ण सेतु मुंगेर गंगा पुल 121 m (397 ft) (x29) 3,750 m (12,300 ft) Truss
Steel, 2 levels
Rail-cum-road bridge
Ganges
2016 Munger - Sabdalpur
25°24′13.2″N 86°27′09.9″E / 25.403667°N 86.452750°E / 25.403667; 86.452750 (Munger Ganga Bridge)
Bihar [S 24]
[49]
Bridge over brahmaputra river.jpg
40 Kolia Bhomora Setu কলীয়াভোমোৰা সেতু 120 m (390 ft) (x24) 3,105 m (10,187 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
1987 Tezpur
26°36′11.8″N 92°51′24.2″E / 26.603278°N 92.856722°E / 26.603278; 92.856722 (Kolia Bhomora Setu)
Assam [S 25]
[48]
Calvim bridge.jpg
41 Calvim Bridge 120 m (390 ft) 494 m (1,621 ft) Arch
Steel tied-arch
Road bridge
Mapusa River
2013 Calvim
15°34′18.7″N 73°53′09.3″E / 15.571861°N 73.885917°E / 15.571861; 73.885917 (Calvim Bridge)
Goa [50]
Arrah Chhapra June 2017.jpg
42 Arrah–Chhapra Bridge 120 m (390 ft) (x15) 4,350 m (14,270 ft) Extradosed
Concrete box girder deck, 16 concrete pylons
60+120x15+60
Arrah-Chhapra Road
Ganges
2017 Arrah - Chhapra
25°43′35.6″N 84°48′49.4″E / 25.726556°N 84.813722°E / 25.726556; 84.813722 (Arrah–Chhapra Bridge)
Bihar [S 26][51]
Pamban Bridge connecting Rameshwaram Island2.jpg
43 Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge 115 m (377 ft) 2,345 m (7,694 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
68+115+68
1988 Pamban Island - Mandapam
9°16′57.1″N 79°12′19.0″E / 9.282528°N 79.205278°E / 9.282528; 79.205278 (Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge)
Tamil Nadu [S 27]
Dakshineswar Kali Temple (7169292443).jpg
44 Vivekananda Setu বিবেকানন্দ সেতু 110 m (360 ft) (x7) 900 m (3,000 ft) Truss
Steel
State Highway 2
Railway line
Hooghly River
1931 Kolkata - Howrah
22°39′10.8″N 88°21′14.2″E / 22.653000°N 88.353944°E / 22.653000; 88.353944 (Vivekananda Setu)
West Bengal [S 28]
Nivedita Setu Arnab Dutta.jpg
45 Nivedita Setu নিবেদিতা সেতু 120 m (390 ft) (x7) 900 m (3,000 ft) Extradosed
Concrete box girder deck, 8 concrete pylons
55+110x7+55
2007 Kolkata - Howrah
22°39′09.4″N 88°21′14.4″E / 22.652611°N 88.354000°E / 22.652611; 88.354000 (Nivedita Setu)
West Bengal [Note 1]
[S 29]
[52]
Barak in Lakhipur.jpeg
46 Badarpurghat Bridge 108 m (354 ft) 359 m (1,178 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
1972 Badarpur
24°52′32.8″N 92°35′00.6″E / 24.875778°N 92.583500°E / 24.875778; 92.583500 (Bridge)
Assam [48]
Malviya Bridge 2.JPG
47 Malviya Bridge 107 m (351 ft) (x7) 1,050 m (3,440 ft) Truss
Steel, 2 levels
1887 Varanasi
25°19′20.5″N 83°02′04.3″E / 25.322361°N 83.034528°E / 25.322361; 83.034528 (Malviya Bridge)
Uttar Pradesh [53]
Cable Bridge Corjuem.JPG
48 Aldona Corjuem Bridge 105 m (344 ft) 235 m (771 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel beam deck, concrete pylon
Road bridge
Mapusa River
2004 Aldona - Corjuem
15°35′35.7″N 73°52′38.1″E / 15.593250°N 73.877250°E / 15.593250; 73.877250 (Aldona Corjuem Bridge)
Goa [54]
Ravet-Bridge.jpg
49 Pawna River Bridge 100 m (330 ft) 289 m (948 ft) Arch
Steel tied-arch
Road bridge
Pavana River
2008 Pune
18°38′30.2″N 73°45′01.5″E / 18.641722°N 73.750417°E / 18.641722; 73.750417 (Pawna River Bridge)
Maharashtra [55]
Vikramshila Setu.jpg
50 Vikramshila Setu 4,700 m (15,400 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
State Highway 58
Ganges
2001 Bhagalpur
25°17′40.9″N 87°01′36.6″E / 25.294694°N 87.026833°E / 25.294694; 87.026833 (Vikramshila Setu)
Bihar [S 30]
[56]


Bridges by structural type

Arch bridges of all types

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See also: List of longest arch bridge spans in world

This is list of longest arch bridges in India of including masonry and other material types as well as all usage types including rail, road, pipelines, footbridges, etc.


Name Hindi Span Length Deck height Structural height Usage type Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Chenab Bridge 467 m (1,532 ft) 1,315 m (4,314 ft) 359 m (1,178 ft) Rail Arch Reasi Jammu and Kashmir World's highest rail bridge.
2 Arch
3 Arch


Arch bridges of masonry

See also: List of longest masonry arch bridges spans in world

Masonry bridges made of stone or brick are the most genuine of arch bridges. For the longest masonry-only arch bridges of India of all usage types including rail, road, pipelines, footbridges, aqueducts, etc., see Historical and architectural interest bridges section in this article.

Cantilever bridges - highest and longest

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See also: List of longest cantilever bridge spans in world

This is the list of longest and highest cantilever bridges in India of all usage types including rail, road, pipelines, footbridges, etc..


Name Hindi Span Length Deck height Structural height Usage type Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Cantilever
2 Cantilever
3 Cantileve


Continuous truss bridges - highest and longest

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See also: List of longest continuous truss bridge spans in world

This is the list of longest and highest continuous truss bridges in India of all usage types including rail, road, pipelines, footbridges, etc.


Name Hindi Span Length Deck height Structural height Usage type Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Continuous truss
2 Continuous truss
3 Continuous truss


Suspension bridges - highest and longest

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See also: List of longest suspension bridge spans in world

This is the list of longest and highest suspension bridges in India of all usage types including rail, road, pipelines, footbridges, etc.


Name Hindi Span Length Deck height Structural height Usage type Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Suspension
2 Suspension
3 Suspension


Bridge by usage type

Bridge to nowhere

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See also: Global list of bridge to nowhere

The following is a list of existing bridge to nowhere in India, of all usage types that were of no use to anyone. This includes bridges partially destroyed by natural or other causes but never repaired, incomplete bridges that were abandoned due to disputes or lack of funding and land, bridges over abandoned railways, etc.


Name Hindi Span Length Deck height Structural height Usage type Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Broken bridge Road Beam Chennai Tamilnade partly collapsed due to strong currents of the river in 1977 and has never been repaired.
2 Arch
3 Arch


Wildlife bridge

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See also: Global list of bridge to nowhere

The following is a list of wildlife crossing bridges used by wildlife to cross over the roads, rails, canals, and other things.


Name Hindi Span Length Deck height Structural height Usage type Structural type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location State Ref.
1 Delhi–Mumbai Expressway wildlife crossings Wildlife Arch 5 locations Rajasthan India's first wildlife crossings on expressway.
2 Arch
3 Arch


Spans longest

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See also: List of spans in world

The following is a list of spans in India, of all usage types either used for overhead line crossings of rivers, sea straits or valleys, as antenna or for aerial tramways.

Tunnels - longest and highest-altitude

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See also: List of longest tunnels in world

This is the list of longest and highest-altitude tunnelos in India of all usage types including rail, road, aqueduct, etc.

List of bridges by states

Andhra Pradesh

Assam

Bihar

Delhi

Goa

Gujarat

Jammu and Kashmir

Karnataka

Kerala

Maharashtra

Odisha

Sikkim

Tamil Nadu

Telangana

Uttar Pradesh

West Bengal

Notes and References

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