Farö North Bridge
|total length||1 596 m|
Danish Parliament decides to build a motorway section between Ronnede and Sakskøbing passing east of the city of Vordingborg. The highway required two large bridges: the north bridge connecting the island of Zealand to the island of Farö and the south bridge linking Farö to the island of Falster. The north bridge was executed as a 1.5-km long continuous girder bridge and the south bridge as a 1.7-km-viaduct with a cable-stayed main span.
Relevant Web Sites
- Les fondations du pont de Farö au Danemark in "Travaux", November 1983, n. 582
- Les grands ponts du monde: Ponts remarquables d'Europe, Brissaud, Poitiers (France), ISBN 2902170653, 1990; pp. 187-188
- Design for movements in bridges presented at Improving Infrastructure Worldwide, IABSE Symposium, Weimar, 19-21.09.2007.
- Bridges - Ponts - Brücken, Atrium, Mexico City (Mexico), ISBN 8495692619, 2002; pp. 132-135
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