The infrastructure of the world has expanded immensely throughout the past few decades, allowing for new forms of transportation and brand new ways to get where you are going as quickly as possible. New roads, bridges, interstate routes, and railways have been built by governments to ensure their people get where they want to go efficiently. Bridges are probably some of the most impressive pieces of infrastructure to be constructed. They are entire roadways spanning kilometers in length across stretches of water. or other terrain Here are ten of the longest bridges in the world.
Bang Na Expressway
The Bang Na Expressway is situated in Bangkok, Thailand, and currently stands strong as a six-lane bridge spanning 54 kilometers in total, making it one of the longest in the entire world. Construction completed in March of 2000.
Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
The Lake Pontchartrain Causeway was built in Southern Louisiana, US, and is 38.4 kilometers in length. There are two parallel bridges running the entire length of the causeway, and dates back to the 19th century, making it the oldest in the entire area.