Located: Across Yamuna River, near Allahabad
One of Â the longest & oldest bridges that pass through the Yamuna, the Naini SetuÂ boasts of both road & rail compatibility. Upper deck has two-lane railway line & lower deck has road line working ever since 1927.
Located: Across Narmada River, near Bharuch
Also recognised as the Golden bridge, Britishers built this linkage to join to the main city Bombay (Now Mumbai) for all dealing purposes.
Located: Across the Godavari river, near Rajahmundry
Also known as Havelock Bridge, this old bridge is presently used to transport civic provisions whilst waiting to be acknowledged as a monument. It is one of the longest bridges connecting the then Howrah and Madras.
Located: Across the Palk strait, near Rameshwaram
The first sea bridge & also one of the longest in its type, this bridge connects the historical Rameshwaram to the mainland. It has double leaf bascule section midway for ships and barges to pass through.
Located: Across the Hooghly River
Also known as Howrah Bridge, Kolkataâ€™s iconic landmarks, carries the weight of 150,000 walkers and 100,000 automobiles on a regular basis. It could be the busiest cantilever bridge in the world.
Located: Across the Brahmaputra River, near Saraighat
Itâ€™s the first rail-cum-road bridge crossways the Brahmaputra river. Inaugurated by Prime Minister Jawarlal Nehru, this bridge has been productively joining North East to the rest of the country for more than 50 years.
Mahatma Gandhi Setu
Located: Across the Ganges river, Patna
It is one of the longest river bridges crossing the divine river of Ganges in India. This rail-cum-road bridge was inaugurated by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
Located: Across the Hooghly River, Kolkata
Known as the second Hooghly Bridge, this is the other iconic bridge of West Bengal, which is also the longest cable-stayed bridge in India.
Located: Across the Ganges, near Bhagalpur
It is the thridrd longest bridge on water in India and joins two National Highways (NH-31 and NH-80). It is also only a road bridge with pedestrian footpaths at the boundaries.
Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link
Located: Across Mahim Bay, Near Bandra (Mumbai)
Also recognised as the Bandra-Worli Sea link, this bridge is the lengthiest over-the-sea link in India. This was mostly constructed to decrease the traffic bottleneck between these points in Mumbai.
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