Pu Jiang (浦江)
Chunshen Jiang (春申江)
Shen Jiang (申江)
|Native name||黄浦江 (Chinese)|
|• location||Qingpu, Shanghai, China|
|Baoshan, Shanghai, China|
|Length||113 km (70 mi)|
|• average||180 m3/s (6,400 cu ft/s)|
|• left||Suzhou Creek|
The Huangpu is the biggest river in central Shanghai, with the Suzhou Creek being its major tributary. It is on average 400 m (1,312 ft) wide and 9 m (30 ft) deep, and divides the city into two regions: Puxi ("west of Huangpu"), the traditional city center, and Pudong ("east of Huangpu").
- Fengpu Bridge
- Lupu Bridge, opened 2003.
- Minpu Bridge
- Minpu Bridge No. 2
- Nanpu Bridge, opened 1991.
- Songpu Bridge, opened 1975 railway, 1976 highway.
- Songpu Bridge No. 2
- Songpu Bridge No. 3
- Xupu Bridge, opened 1997.
- Yangpu Bridge, opened 1993.
The following roadways, highways, and railways also cross the Huangpu River via a bridge:
There are several roadways which cross the Huangpu river via a tunnel, including:
- Bund Sightseeing Tunnel
- Dalian Road tunnel
- Dapu Road tunnel
- East Fuxing Road tunnel
- East Yan'an Road tunnel
- Jiangpu Road tunnel (planned)
- Jungong Road tunnel
- Longyao Road tunnel
- Lujiabang Road tunnel (planned)
- Luoxiu Road tunnel (planned)
- Nenjiang Road tunnel (planned)
- Outer Ring Road tunnel
- Renmin Road tunnel
- Shangzhong Road tunnel
- South Hongmei Road tunnel
- South Wanping Road tunnel (planned)
- South Xizang Road tunnel
- West Changjiang Road tunnel (under construction)
- Xiangyin Road tunnel
- Xinjian Road tunnel
- Yinxing Road tunnel (planned)
- Zhoujiazui Road tunnel (planned)
- (四)水文 Archived 2011-09-29 at the Wayback Machine (in Chinese)
- Sladen (1895), p. 278.
- "The New Huangpu River Both Banks". Archived from the original on 2014-04-13. Retrieved Apr 16, 2014.
- "Shanghai Metro Line 5 South Extension to Start Test Runs". that's Shanghai. 10 August 2018. Retrieved 15 June 2020.