The Saratov Bridge across the Volga River in Saratov, Russia, was the longest bridge in the Soviet Union upon its inauguration in 1965. Its length is 2,803.7 meters, and it connects Saratov on the right (west) bank of the Volga, with the city of Engels on the left (east) bank. In 2008, a new bridge was being built and in 2009 a second part was completed and opened, making the new total length of 12,760 meters.
The Jubilee Parkway is a pair of parallel concrete viaduct bridges that carry Interstate 10 across Mobile Bay from the George Wallace Tunnel on Blakeley Island in Mobile, Alabama, eastbound to Spanish Fort/Daphne, Alabama. Sadly the bridge was witness to one of the largest multi-car accidents in 1995, killing one person and injuring ninety.
The Confederation Bridge is a bridge spanning the Abegweit Passage of Northumberland Strait, linking Prince Edward Island with mainland New Brunswick, Canada. It has been referred to as the longest bridge in the world to span a body of ice during winter months. Interesting fact – drivers only have to pay a toll to leave the island.
The President Bridge is a truss bridge that crosses over the river Volga in Ulyanovsk Oblast, Russia, connecting the city of Ulyanovsk with the east side of the Ulyanovsk Oblast. It is the second longest bridge in Russia, and one of the longest bridges in Europe with a length of 19.98 kilometres. The bridge holds up to 40,000 vehicles per day.
Also known as the Industrial Ring Road Bridge, Bhumibol is part of the 13 km long Industrial Ring Road connecting southern Bangkok with Samut Prakan Province. The bridge crosses the Chao Phraya River twice, with two striking cable-stayed spans of lengths of 702 m and 582 m supported by two diamond-shaped pylons 173 m and 164 m high. In 2009, it was named after King Bhumidol Adulyadej because according to tradition, all bridges that run on the Chao Phraya in Bangkhok are named after members of the Royal Family.