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Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge in Wuhan

Xinhua

21:24, October 09, 2019

Aerial photo taken on Oct. 8, 2019 shows the Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge after opening to taffic in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. The double-deck suspension bridge with the longest span in the world opened to traffic in Wuhan on Oct. 8. The double-deck road bridge over the Yangtze River, with a 1,700-meter-long main span, stretches 4.13 km in total length. The top deck of the 10th Yangtze River bridge has six lanes with a designed speed of 80 kph while the bottom deck also has six lanes but with a designed speed of 60 kph. (Photos: Xinhua)

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows the Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. The double-deck suspension bridge with the longest span in the world opened to traffic in Wuhan on Oct. 8. The double-deck road bridge over the Yangtze River, with a 1,700-meter-long main span, stretches 4.13 km in total length. The top deck of the 10th Yangtze River bridge has six lanes with a designed speed of 80 kph while the bottom deck also has six lanes but with a designed speed of 60 kph.

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows the Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. The double-deck suspension bridge with the longest span in the world opened to traffic in Wuhan on Oct. 8. The double-deck road bridge over the Yangtze River, with a 1,700-meter-long main span, stretches 4.13 km in total length. The top deck of the 10th Yangtze River bridge has six lanes with a designed speed of 80 kph while the bottom deck also has six lanes but with a designed speed of 60 kph.

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows the Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. The double-deck suspension bridge with the longest span in the world opened to traffic in Wuhan on Oct. 8. The double-deck road bridge over the Yangtze River, with a 1,700-meter-long main span, stretches 4.13 km in total length. The top deck of the 10th Yangtze River bridge has six lanes with a designed speed of 80 kph while the bottom deck also has six lanes but with a designed speed of 60 kph.

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows the Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. The double-deck suspension bridge with the longest span in the world opened to traffic in Wuhan on Oct. 8. The double-deck road bridge over the Yangtze River, with a 1,700-meter-long main span, stretches 4.13 km in total length. The top deck of the 10th Yangtze River bridge has six lanes with a designed speed of 80 kph while the bottom deck also has six lanes but with a designed speed of 60 kph.

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows the Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. The double-deck suspension bridge with the longest span in the world opened to traffic in Wuhan on Oct. 8. The double-deck road bridge over the Yangtze River, with a 1,700-meter-long main span, stretches 4.13 km in total length. The top deck of the 10th Yangtze River bridge has six lanes with a designed speed of 80 kph while the bottom deck also has six lanes but with a designed speed of 60 kph.

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows the Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. The double-deck suspension bridge with the longest span in the world opened to traffic in Wuhan on Oct. 8. The double-deck road bridge over the Yangtze River, with a 1,700-meter-long main span, stretches 4.13 km in total length. The top deck of the 10th Yangtze River bridge has six lanes with a designed speed of 80 kph while the bottom deck also has six lanes but with a designed speed of 60 kph.

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows the Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. The double-deck suspension bridge with the longest span in the world opened to traffic in Wuhan on Oct. 8. The double-deck road bridge over the Yangtze River, with a 1,700-meter-long main span, stretches 4.13 km in total length. The top deck of the 10th Yangtze River bridge has six lanes with a designed speed of 80 kph while the bottom deck also has six lanes but with a designed speed of 60 kph.

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