Longest and Largest Bridges In India
The largest bridge in India is the Dhubri-Phulbari bridge which is to be built over the Brahmaputra River which will prove to be the longest bridge in India. It then flows into Bangladesh, with a road distance of about 210 kilometers. Till now the motorboat has been the only means of transport between Dhubri and Phulbari.
The largest and longest bridges of India have a social and economic impact on the development of India. Bridges minimize the traffic on the route on which it is built. It provides connectivity of the urban markets to the supply chains. It enhances the connectivity and interactions between the rural and urban area people. Education and health facilities also get improved.
In the land of diversified physical features like rivers, lakes, canals, and big dams, etc the bridges are not far behind. The Indian infrastructures of bridges are forming their way to international markets as well. India has some of the best structures of flyovers, expressways, tunnels, and bridges.
Some of the best bridges include Hanging Bridge, live bridges, and common bridges. These bridges play a very important role to make the second-largest wide network of road transport in the world. The best way to enjoy the beauty of the city is to admire it from the middle of the river, standing on the river road bridge. Here are some of the most beautiful river bridges in India.
Here is a list of the bridges in India having social & economic importance
|Name of the bridge
|Length (in kilometers)
|Name of the river
|Year of establishment
|Name of the State
|Dibang River Bridge
|Mahatma Gandhi Setu, Patna, Bihar
|South Patna to Hajipur
|BandraWorli Sea Link (BWSL)
|Bandra to Worli (South Mumbai)
|Bogibeel Bridge, Assam
|Dhemaji to Dibrugarh
|VikramshilaSetu, Bhagalpur, Bihar
|Bhagalpur to Naugachia
|Vembanad Rail Bridge, Kochi, Kerala
|Edappally to Vallarpadam
|Digha–Sonpur Bridge, Patna, Bihar
|Digha, Patna to Sonpur, Saran
|Arrah–Chhapra Bridge, Saran, Bihar
|Arrah to Chhapra
|Godavari Bridge, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh
|Kovvur to Rajahmundry
|Munger Ganga Bridge, Bihar
|Munger to Jamalpur
|ChahlariGhat Bridge, Uttar Pradesh
|Bahraich to Sitapur
|Dehri – Son nagar
|Nehru Setu, Bihar
|Dehri – Son Nagar
|Tezpur to Kaliabor
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