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Donghai Bridge 32.5 Kilometres Long
The Donghai Bridge is the longest cross-sea bridge in the world. It was completed on December 10, 2005.
Yangshan Deep Water Port (4.73 mi / 7.62 km)
Pudong International Airport (34.93 mi / 56.21 km)
Maglev Terminal at Pudong International Airport (35.18 mi / 56.61 km)
Maglev Terminal in Shanghai (45.56 mi / 73.33 km)
Century Park (46.51 mi / 74.85 km)
Nanpu Bridge (47.67 mi / 76.73 km)
Lupu Bridge (47.77 mi / 76.88 km)
Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium (47.93 mi / 77.14 km)
Shanghai Interchange (48.37 mi / 77.85 km)
Shanghai Stadium (48.97 mi / 78.80 km)
From: Indy in IndianaWhat a waste. There are about a dozen cars on the entire bridge.
Wed Oct 24 18:27:06 -0700 2007
From: ShadrackIndy in Indiana take a look at the end of the bridge. You will find Yangshan Deep Water Port which is the busiest port in the World by tonnage. The port has 2 square kilometres of shipping containers. This is the major deep water port for Shanghai. The bridge traffic is for trucks carrying containers to the mainland. There are not many cars in China by western standards, mainly trucks and bicycles.... over 600 million bicycles. You should visit China one day. It is a fascinating country, with one third of the world's population in residence.
Thu Oct 25 04:37:41 -0700 2007
From: Indy in IndianaAh, well, when your right, your right. D din't really notice that it was jus a island port that was at the end of the bridge. I guess there wouldn't be many cars driving over that bridge.
Thu Oct 25 06:41:57 -0700 2007
I may get there someday for work related reasons, time will tell!