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General Information

Name in local language: 此花大橋 (Konohana Ō-hashi)
Beginning of works: 1979
Completion: March 1990
Status: in use

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Location: , ,
Coordinates: 34° 39' 59.20" N    135° 24' 51.72" E
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Technical Information


main span 300 m
total length 540 m
span lengths 120 m - 300 m - 120 m
deck deck width 26.5 m


structural steel 10 900 t


cables steel
deck steel
piers reinforced concrete
pylons steel

Excerpt from Wikipedia

The Konohana Bridge (此花大橋, Konohana Ō-hashi) is a self-anchored suspension bridge located in Osaka, Japan. Opened for traffic in 1990, it has a main span of 300 metres (980 ft). The bridge's unusual design has only a single main cable. At the time of its completion it was the largest self-anchored suspension bridge in the world. Its centre span has been tied by the Yeongjong Grand Bridge in Korea which has slightly larger side spans. As of late 2012, the single tower eastern span replacement of the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge has a longer span of 385 metres (1,263 ft).

Text imported from Wikipedia article "Konohana Bridge" and modified on 2 March 2021 according to the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.


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