List of crossings of the Danube

This is a list of crossings of the Danube river, from its source in Germany to its mouth in the Black Sea. Next to each bridge listed is information regarding the year in which it was constructed and for what use it was constructed (foot bridge, bicycle bridge, road bridge or railway bridge), and the distance from the mouth of the river in kilometres where available.

Széchenyi Chain Bridge (1849, reconstructed in 1949), Budapest
Linz railway bridge

Bridges not primarily intended for public use but which have limited access (generally only in the daytime and only for bicycle and foot traffic) are not included.

CrossingsEdit

GermanyEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates
Donaueschingen road bridge Bundesstraße 27 Donaueschingen
Brigach-Breg rivers
47°57′19″N 8°29′24″E / 47.95524°N 8.490115°E / 47.95524; 8.490115 (Street bridge at Donaueschingen)
motorway bridge Bundesautobahn 81 Geisingen
Bundesstraße 14 Tuttlingen
2,710 km (1,680 mi) Nendingen 1902
Bundesstraße 32 Sigmaringen/Mengen
Munderkingen 1893
Oberdischingen/Ersingen road bridge 2,602.55 km (1,617.15 mi) k7412 Ulm/Neu-Ulm
Ersingen weir 2,600.83 km (1,616.08 mi)
Road bridge 2,600.79 km (1,616.06 mi) Im Ried
bicycle/pedestrian bridge 2,599.01 km (1,614.95 mi) Laupheimer Straße
Railway bridge 2,598.99 km (1,614.94 mi) Ulm–Augsburg railway
Road bridge 2,598.20 km (1,614.45 mi) Donaustraße
Road bridge over Danube Canal Im Ried
Field path crossing over Danube Canal
Railway bridge over Danube Canal
Field path crossing over Danube Canal
Road bridge over Danube Canal Donaustraße
Field path crossing over Danube Canal Reprechweg
Power plant crossing over Danube Canal (with disused sluice) 2595.8 km2,595.8 km (1,613.0 mi)
Donaustetten road bridge 2,595.44 km (1,612.73 mi)
Gögglingen road bridge 2,593.63 km (1,611.61 mi)
Gronne footbridge 2,591.26 km (1,610.13 mi)
Kast Bridge 2,590.78 km (1,609.84 mi)
Footbridge at Wiblingen hydro-power station 2,589.16 km (1,608.83 mi)
Adenauer Bridge 2,586.60 km (1,607.24 mi) Bundesstraße 10
Adenauer Bridge footbridge 2,586.58 km (1,607.23 mi)
Railway bridge 2,586.20 km (1,606.99 mi)
Herd Bridge 2,585.50 km (1,606.56 mi)
Gänstor Bridge 2,584.90 km (1,606.18 mi)
Friedrichsau footbridge 2,583.50 km (1,605.31 mi)
Böfinger Halde hydro-power station, with sluice 2,581.60 km (1,604.13 mi)
Thalfingen road bridge 2,579.00 km (1,602.52 mi)
Leibi–Oberelchingen road bridge 2,576.00 km (1,600.65 mi)
Oberelchingen hydro-power station (no public crossing, with sluice) 2,575.00 km (1,600.03 mi)
Motorway bridge with footbridge 2,574.90 km (1,599.97 mi) Bundesautobahn 7
Leipheim hydro-power station (no public crossing, with sluice) 2,568.50 km (1,595.99 mi) Günzburg
Leipheim motorway bridge 2,567.51 km (1,595.38 mi) Bundesautobahn 8 2001
Leipheim road bridge (direct boat to train access) 2,566.50 km (1,594.75 mi)
Power station
Road bridge Heidenheimer Straße (Günzburg–Niederstotzingen)
Road bridge Bundesstraße 16
Road bridge at Reisensburg
Hydro-power station (no public crossing) Offingen
Railway bridge Ingolstadt–Neuoffingen railway
Road bridge Gundelfingen-Offingen road
Faimingen hydro-power station Lauingen
Road bridge Lauingen-Gundremmingen road
Road bridge Lauingen east bypass
Hydro-power station Dillingen an der Donau
Road bridge Dillingen-Holzheim road
Road bridge Höchstädt-Wertingen road Höchstädt an der Donau
Road bridge Donaumünster/Erlingshofen-Rettingen (Mertingen, Wertingen) Donaumünster/Erlingshofen
Road bridge 2007[1]
Marxheim Danube Bridge Marxheim
Bertoldsheim weir
Bittenbrunn weir Neuburg an der Donau
Elisa Bridge
Bergheim weir
Dam Ingolstadt
Glacis Bridge 1996-98 48°45′24″N 11°25′28″E / 48.75667°N 11.42444°E / 48.75667; 11.42444 (Glacis Bridge)
Konrad Adenauer Bridge
Danube footbridge
Ingolstadt railway bridge Nuremberg–Munich high-speed railway 1869, 1999–2001 48°45′51.6″N 11°26′13.7″E / 48.764333°N 11.437139°E / 48.764333; 11.437139 (Ingolstadt railway bridge)
Schiller Bridge
Motorway bridge A9 Bundesautobahn 9
Großmehring road bridge
Pförring road bridge
Vohburg weir Vohburg an der Donau
Agnes Bernauer Bridge
Road bridge bypassing town centre
Road bridge 2,432.40 km (1,511.42 mi) Bundesstraße 299 Neustadt an der Donau
Kelheim Maximilian Bridge 2,414.25 km (1,500.15 mi) Kelheim
Kelheim Europa Bridge 2,412.72 km (1,499.19 mi) 1977
Saal road bridge (north branch) 2,410.10 km (1,497.57 mi)
Poikam railway bridge 2,401.96 km (1,492.51 mi) Regensburg–Ingolstadt railway
Bad Abbach barrier bridge 2,400.24 km (1,491.44 mi)
Sinzing motorway bridge 2,387.60 km (1,483.59 mi) Bundesautobahn 3 Regensburg 1961-66
Sinzing railway bridge 2,386.71 km (1,483.03 mi) Regensburg–Ingolstadt railway
Mariaort railway bridge 2,385.68 km (1,482.39 mi) Nuremberg–Regensburg railway 1872
Pfaffenstein motorway bridge 2,381.11 km (1,479.55 mi) Bundesautobahn 93 1963-67
Regensburg hydro-power station 2,381.00 km (1,479.48 mi) footbridge
Upper Palatinate Bridge across Rhine–Main–Danube Canal 2,380.17 km (1,478.97 mi)
Pfaffenstein footbridge, between island (Wöhrd) and Stadtamhof
Iron footbridge to island (Wöhrd)
Regensburg Stone Bridge 1135–1146
Protzenweiher bridge across Rhine-Main-Danube Canal (now closed to traffic) 2,379.56 km (1,478.59 mi)
Iron bridge
Gries foot and bicycle bridge between island (Wöhrd) and Stadtamhof
Nibelungen Bridge 2,378.39 km (1,477.86 mi) 1935–1938; 1950; 2001–04
Schwabelweis railway bridge 2,376.82 km (1,476.89 mi) Regensburg–Weiden railway 1933, by the Johann Wilhelm Spaeth engineering firm
Schwabelweis road bridge 2,376.32 km (1,476.58 mi) Bundesstraße 8, Bundesstraße 15 1979-81
Donaustauf road bridge 2,369.65 km (1,472.43 mi) Bavarian State Route 2145 1985
Wörth Danube Bridge 2,358.27 km (1,465.36 mi) Bundesautobahn 3 1977-79
Pfatter road bridge 2,353.33 km (1,462.29 mi) Bavarian State Route 2146
road bridge 2,321.82 km (1,442.71 mi) Straubing west bypass Straubing
Agnes Bernauer Bridge 2,320.00 km (1,441.58 mi) Bavarian State Route 2141 (old B20)
Schloßbrücke Chamer Straße, Bavarian State Route 2141
Reibersdorf road bridge 2,316.98 km (1,439.70 mi) Bundesstraße 20 1974-77
Bogen railway bridge 2,311.28 km (1,436.16 mi) Straubing-Miltach line
Bogen road bridge (Franz Xaver Hafner Bridge) 2,308.40 km (1,434.37 mi)
Metten motorway bridge 2,290.12 km (1,423.01 mi) Bundesautobahn 3 Deggendorf 1978-81
Deggendorf railway bridge 2,285.87 km (1,420.37 mi) Bavarian Forest Railway 1877
Fischerdorf motorway bridge 2,285.50 km (1,420.14 mi) Bundesautobahn 92 1988-91
Maximilian Bridge, Deggendorf 2,284.60 km (1,419.58 mi)
Deggenau motorway bridge 2,282.50 km (1,418.28 mi) Bundesautobahn 3 1970-75
Danube Forest Bridge 2,266.22 km (1,408.16 mi) Passau valley
Vilshofen road bridge 2,249.16 km (1,397.56 mi)
Schalding motorway bridge 2,234.26 km (1,388.30 mi) Bundesautobahn 3 1969-73
Kachlet power station 2,230.43 km (1,385.92 mi) pedestrian/bicycle path
Kachlet Bridge 2,230.28 km (1,385.83 mi) Ilz Valley Railway
Franz Josef Strauß Bridge 2,230.10 km (1,385.72 mi) Bundesstraße 388
Schanzl Bridge 2,226.98 km (1,383.78 mi) 1968-70
Luitpold Bridge 2,225.75 km (1,383.02 mi) 1910
Kräutlstein Bridge 2,223.29 km (1,381.49 mi) Passau–Hauzenberg railway 1903
Jochenstein power station openable bridge (southern part in Austria) 2,203.31 km (1,369.07 mi) pedestrian/bicycle path

AustriaEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates
Niederranna Danube bridge 2,194.0 km (1,363.3 mi) Niederranna-Wesenufer road (L587) 1980
Aschach Danube bridge 2,160.0 km (1,342.2 mi) road (131) Eferding Basin 1964
Ottensheim-Wilhering power station 2,146.7 km (1,333.9 mi) pedestrian/bicycle path
Nibelungen Bridge 2,135.1 km (1,326.7 mi) road (129), tram, pedestrians, bicycles Linz 1938-41 (previous bridges 1501, 1869)
Eisenbahnbrücke 2,133.9 km (1,325.9 mi) railway, road (129), pedestrians - to be closed in 2012[2] 1900
VÖEST Bridge 2,133.5 km (1,325.7 mi) Mühlkreis Autobahn (A7), bicycle path 1968-72
Steyregg Danube bridge 2,127.7 km (1,322.1 mi) street (3) Steyregg 1979
railway bridge 2,127.6 km (1,322.0 mi) 1873
Abwinden-Asten power station 2,119.6 km (1,317.1 mi) pedestrian/bicycle path
Mauthausen Danube bridge 2,111.1 km (1,311.8 mi) street (123) Mauthausen 1962
railway bridge 2,111.1 km (1,311.8 mi) Danube Bank Railway 1872
Wallsee-Mitterkirchen power station 2,094.5 km (1,301.5 mi) road (L1427) Wallsee 1968 48° 10′ 0″ N, 14° 41′ 42″ E
Engineer Helbich Bridge (until 2006 Grein Danube bridge) 2,080.8 km (1,292.9 mi) road (119) Grein 1968
Persenbeug Danube bridge (Ybbs-Persenbeug power station) 2,060.4 km (1,280.3 mi) road (25) Persenbeug 1959
Pöchlarn Danube bridge 2,043.6 km (1,269.8 mi) road (209), pedestrian/bicycle path Pöchlarn 2002
Melk power station 2,038.0 km (1,266.4 mi) pedestrian/bicycle crossing Melk
Melker Straße 2,034.5 km (1,264.2 mi) road (3A) 1972
Mauterner Brücke 2,003.6 km (1,245.0 mi) Aggsteiner Straße (B33a), pedestrian/bicycle path Krems 1895, rebuilt 1945
Krems railway bridge 2,001.5 km (1,243.7 mi) KremsSankt Pölten line 1889, rebuilt 1945
Krems Danube bridge 1,999.8 km (1,242.6 mi) Kremser Straße (B37), pedestrian/bicycle path 1971
Traismauer Danube motorway bridge (St. George's Bridge) 1,991.4 km (1,237.4 mi) Krems Expressway (S33), pedestrian/bicycle path 2007-10 48° 22′ 59″ N, 15° 43′ 23″ E
Altenwörth power station 1,980.4 km (1,230.6 mi) pedestrian/bicycle crossing Tulln Basin
Rose Bridge 1,965.4 km (1,221.2 mi) B19 Tulln Road Tulln 1992-96 48° 20′ 4″ N, 16° 1′ 39″ E
railway bridge 1,963.2 km (1,219.9 mi) 1875 48° 20′ 7″ N, 16° 3′ 32″ E
Old Danube Bridge 1,963.2 km (1,219.9 mi) Tullner Straße (19A) 1950 48° 20′ 7″ N, 16° 3′ 32″ E
Greifenstein power station 1,949.2 km (1,211.2 mi) pedestrian/bicycle crossing Sankt Andrä-Wördern 48° 21′ 15″ N, 16° 14′ 30″ E
Barrier dam (across New Danube) 1,938.1 km (1,204.3 mi) pedestrian/bicycle crossing between Langenzersdorf and the Danube Island Vienna Valley 1975 48° 17′ 54.2″ N, 16° 20′ 52.3″ E
Jedlesee Bridge (across New Danube) pedestrian/bicycle crossing Vienna 1983
North Bridge 1,932.6 km (1,200.9 mi) feeder road for Danube Bankside Autobahn A22 1962-64, replacing 1872 bridge 48° 15′ 18″ N, 16° 22′ 48″ E
Steinitz Footbridge, formerly North Footbridge 1,932.5 km (1,200.8 mi) pedestrian and bicycle path 1995 48° 15′ 18″ N, 16° 22′ 51″ E
Floridsdorf Bridge 1,931.7 km (1,200.3 mi) Floridsdorfer Straße B226, tramway, pedestrian/bicycle path 1924, replacing 1874 Franz Joseph Bridge; rebuilt 1945-46 48° 14′ 51″ N, 16° 23′ 7″ E
Northern Railway Bridge 1,931.2 km (1,200.0 mi) railway crossing between Brigittenau and Floridsdorf, non-public footbridge 1957, replacing 1874 48° 14′ 39″ N, 16° 23′ 22″ E
Georg Danzer Bridge 1,931.2 km (1,200.0 mi) Vienna U-Bahn line U6, pedestrian/bicycle path 1991-96 48° 14′ 38″ N, 16° 23′ 23″ E
Brigittenau Bridge 1,930.4 km (1,199.5 mi) Klosterneuburger Straße B14, pedestrian/bicycle path 1982 48° 14′ 16″ N, 16° 23′ 40″ E
Ponte Cagrana pontoon bridge (across New Danube) pedestrian/bicycle access, closed in winter and high water 2000 48° 13′ 50.3″ N, 16° 24′ 33.9″ E
Reichsbrücke 1,928.9 km (1,198.6 mi) Angerner Straße B8 (upper level), pedestrian/bicycle path, Vienna U-Bahn line U1 (lower level) 1872-76 (replacing 1937, 1980) 48° 13′ 42″ N, 16° 24′ 36″ E
Kaisermühlen Bridge (across New Danube) pedestrian/bicycle path 1993 48° 13′ 21.5″ N, 16° 25′ 11.7″ E
Weir 1 (across New Danube) 1,926.2 km (1,196.9 mi) pedestrian/bicycle path 1978 48° 12′ 42.1″ N, 16° 26′ 13.1″ E
Donaustadt Bridge 1,926.0 km (1,196.8 mi) 1996-97 southbound vehicles relieving Prater Bridge; 1997-2006 buses; from October 2010, Vienna U-Bahn line U2 1995-97 48° 12′ 34″ N, 16° 26′ 11″ E
Prater Bridge 1,925.8 km (1,196.6 mi) Vienna Southeast Bypass motorway A23 1967-70, widened and raised 1996-97 48° 12′ 25.5″ N, 16° 26′ 11.2″ E
Stadtlau East Railway Bridge (formerly Stadtlau State Railway Bridge) 1,925.0 km (1,196.1 mi) railway line 1931-32 (replacing 1870) 48° 12′ 6″ N, 16° 26′ 39″ E
Steinsporn Bridge (New Danube) pedestrian/bicycle path 1974 48° 11′ 36.4″ N, 16° 27′ 50.7″ E
Freudenau hydro-power station 1,921.1 km (1,193.7 mi) covered pedestrian/bicycle path with viewing platform 1992-98 48° 10′ 36″ N, 16° 28′ 52″ E
Waluliso Bridge pontoon bridge (across New Danube) pedestrian/bicycle access, closed in winter and high water 1998 48° 10′ 32.7″ N, 16° 29′ 28.3″ E
Weir 2 (Wikidata) (across New Danube) 1,918.3 km (1,192.0 mi) pedestrian/bicycle path 1988 48° 9′ 48.3″ N, 16° 30′ 43.5″ E
Mannswörth pipeline bridge (Wikidata) 1,917.7 km (1,191.6 mi) 20 pipes for natural gas and liquid petroleum products, non-public footbridge 1959-61 48° 9′ 28″ N, 16° 30′ 58″ E
Barbara bridge (Wikidata) 1,914.4 km (1,189.6 mi) natural gas pipeline 1957 48° 8′ 27″ N, 16° 33′ 10″ E
Andreas Maurer bridge (Wikidata) 1,886.2 km (1,172.0 mi) Bernstein Straße, road (49) Bad Deutsch-Altenburg 1972

SlovakiaEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates
Lafranconi Bridge Motorway D2 (Slovakia), bicycle and pedestrian path, water and gas pipes Bratislava 1992 48°08′33″N 17°04′54″E / 48.1425°N 17.081667°E / 48.1425; 17.081667 (Lafranconi Bridge)
Most SNP road bridge, bicycles, pedestrians 1967-72 48°08′18″N 17°06′16″E / 48.1384°N 17.104581°E / 48.1384; 17.104581 (Nový Most)
Starý most tram tracks, with pedestrian and bicycle sidewalks 1946, replacing 1891 Franz Joseph Bridge (most Františka Jozefa - originally a railway bridge), demolished and rebuilt 2013-2016 48°08′18″N 17°07′02″E / 48.138333°N 17.117222°E / 48.138333; 17.117222 (Starý Most)
Apollo Bridge street, bicycle and pedestrian paths 2003-05 48°08′15″N 17°07′41″E / 48.1375°N 17.128056°E / 48.1375; 17.128056 (Apollo Bridge)
Prístavný most D1 Motorway, Bratislava–Hegyeshalom railway line, bicycle and pedestrian paths 1977-85 48°08′06″N 17°08′25″E / 48.135°N 17.140278°E / 48.135; 17.140278 (Harbor Bridge)
D4 motorway bridge over Danube (Wikidata) D4 Motorway, bicycle and pedestrian paths under construction, will be open in 2020
Čunovo Dam (Wikidata) road Gabčíkovo–Nagymaros Dams project 48°1′48.8″N 17°13′34.8″E / 48.030222°N 17.226333°E / 48.030222; 17.226333
Gabčíkovo Dam road 1991-96 47°52′48″N 17°32′21″E / 47.88000°N 17.53917°E / 47.88000; 17.53917

Slovak–Hungarian borderEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates Photo
Vámosszabadi bridge  1,806 km (1,122 mi)Hungarian road 14, Route I/13Medveďov, Vámosszabadi1973, 194247°47'37.831"N, 17°39'6.674"E 
Monostor Bridge  1,770.57 km (1,100.18 mi)Hungarian road 13, Route I/64Komárom, Komárno202047°45'23"N, 18°5'5"E 
Komárom rail bridge  1,770.4 km (1,100.1 mi)Railway line 135 (Slovakia)Komárom, Komárno1955, 191047°45'23.000"N, 18°5'12.001"E 
Elisabeth Bridge  1,767.8 km (1,098.5 mi)Hungarian road 13, Route I/64Komárno, Komárom1946, 189247°45'5.78"N, 18°7'14.53"E 
Mária Valéria Bridge  1,718.5 km (1,067.8 mi)Route I/63, Route 11326Esztergom, Štúrovo2001, 1895, 192747°47'43.1"N, 18°43'49.1"E 

HungaryEdit

Crossing Distance from mouth Carries Location Opened Coordinates Photo
Megyeri Bridge  1,660 km (1,030 mi)M0 motorwayBudapest, Dunakeszi30 September 200847°36'25"N, 19°5'31"E 
Újpest railway bridge  1,654.5 km (1,028.1 mi)Budapest–Esztergom railwayBudapest189647°33'47.2"N, 19°4'3.0"E 
Árpád Bridge  1,651.3 km (1,026.1 mi)Hungary Boulevard, Vörösvári Avenue, Szentendrei útBudapest7 November 195047°32'15"N, 19°3'15"E 
Margaret Bridge  1,648.75 km (1,024.49 mi)Grand BoulevardBudapest2011, 1876, 194847°30'53"N, 19°2'37"E 
Kossuth Bridge  Batthyány Square, Kossuth SquareBudapest18 January 194647°30'23"N, 19°2'42"E 
Széchenyi Chain Bridge  1,647 km (1,023 mi)Adam Clark Square, Széchenyi István SquareBudapest1949, 183947°29'56"N, 19°2'37"E 
Elisabeth Bridge  1,646 km (1,023 mi)Rákóczi Avenue, Hegyalja AvenueBudapest196447°29'27"N, 19°2'57"E 
Liberty Bridge  1,645.3 km (1,022.3 mi)Small Boulevard, Béla Bartók AvenueBudapest2009, 20 August 1946, 189647°29'8"N, 19°3'18"E 
Petőfi Bridge  1,644.3 km (1,021.7 mi)Grand BoulevardBudapest1952, 193747°28'44"N, 19°3'48"E 
Rákóczi Bridge  1,643 km (1,021 mi)Hungary BoulevardBudapest199547°28'7"N, 19°4'3"E 
Connective Railway Bridge  1,643 km (1,021 mi)Budapest–Hegyeshalom–Rajka railway lineBudapest1953, 1877, 1913, 194647°28'6.33"N, 19°4'2.39"E 
Deák Ferenc Bridge  1,632.8 km (1,014.6 mi)M0 motorwaySzigetszentmiklós, Budapest2012, 199047°23'24"N, 19°0'36"E 
Pentele Bridge  1,571.7 km (976.6 mi)M8 motorwayDunaújváros, Dunavecse200746°54'11.33"N, 18°57'27.08"E 
József Beszédes Bridge  1,560.55 km (969.68 mi)Hungarian road 54Solt, Dunaföldvár2001, 1930, 194746°48'38"N, 18°55'59"E 
Szent László bridge  1,498.80 km (931.31 mi)M9 motorwaySzekszárd, Dusnok200346°21'7.999"N, 18°53'42.000"E 
István Türr Bridge  1,480.22 km (919.77 mi)Hungarian road 55, Bátaszék–Baja–Kiskunhalas railway lineBaja, Pörböly1999, 1908, 195046°11'34.818"N, 18°55'36.926"E 

Croatian–Serbian borderEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates
Batina–Bezdan Road Bridge 1,424.8 km (885.3 mi) Road bridge BatinaBezdan 1974 45°50′38.9″N 18°51′28.5″E / 45.844139°N 18.857917°E / 45.844139; 18.857917 (Batina–Bezdan Road Bridge)
Erdut–Bogojevo Road Bridge Road bridge ErdutBogojevo 45°31′31.9″N 19°05′06.6″E / 45.525528°N 19.085167°E / 45.525528; 19.085167 (Erdut–Bogojevo Road Bridge)
Erdut–Bogojevo Railway Bridge Railway bridge ErdutBogojevo 1911/2006 45°31′29.3″N 19°05′15.3″E / 45.524806°N 19.087583°E / 45.524806; 19.087583 (Erdut–Bogojevo Railway Bridge)
Ilok–Bačka Palanka Bridge 1,297 km (806 mi) Road bridge IlokBačka Palanka 1974/2002 45°13′58″N 19°24′06″E / 45.23278°N 19.40167°E / 45.23278; 19.40167 (Ilok–Bačka Palanka Bridge)

SerbiaEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates
Liberty Bridge, Novi Sad (Most Slobode) 1,257.6 km (781.4 mi) Road bridge Novi Sad 1981/2005 45°13′58″N 19°50′56″E / 45.23278°N 19.84889°E / 45.23278; 19.84889 (Liberty Bridge)
Varadin Bridge (Varadinski most) 1,255 km (780 mi) Road bridge 1928/1945/2000 45°15′16.75″N 19°51′26.9″E / 45.2546528°N 19.857472°E / 45.2546528; 19.857472 (Varadin Bridge)
Road-Railway Bridge 1,254.2 km (779.3 mi) Road and railway bridge 2000/demolished 2018-2019 45°15′41.33″N 19°51′34.76″E / 45.2614806°N 19.8596556°E / 45.2614806; 19.8596556 (Road-Railway Bridge)
Žeželj Bridge (Žeželjev most) 1,254.1 km (779.3 mi) Road and railway bridge Novi Sad 1961/2018 45°15′43.7″N 19°51′36.9″E / 45.262139°N 19.860250°E / 45.262139; 19.860250 (Žeželj Bridge)
Beška Bridge 1,232 km (766 mi); At 50 m high it is the tallest bridge over the Danube. European route E75 Beška 1975 45°10′11″N 20°4′47″E / 45.16972°N 20.07972°E / 45.16972; 20.07972 (Beška Bridge)
1,232 km (766 mi); Identical twin bridge completed in 2011 only 4 meters downstream, to double traffic capacity. European route E75 Oct 3 2011
Pupin Bridge (Pupinov most) Road bridge Belgrade Dec 18 2014 44°51′52.2″N 20°22′51.96″E / 44.864500°N 20.3811000°E / 44.864500; 20.3811000 (Pupin Bridge)
Pančevo Bridge (Pančevački most) Road and railway bridge Belgrade 1935 44°49′40.8″N 20°29′31.2″E / 44.828000°N 20.492000°E / 44.828000; 20.492000 (Pančevo Bridge)
Kovin Bridge 1,112.1 km (691.0 mi) Street bridge Smederevo–Kovin 1976 44°41′47.4″N 20°57′10.08″E / 44.696500°N 20.9528000°E / 44.696500; 20.9528000 (Kovin Bridge)

Romanian–Serbian borderEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates
Iron Gate I Power Station 945 km (587 mi) Road Iron Gate 1972 44°40′15″N 22°31′45″E / 44.67083°N 22.52917°E / 44.67083; 22.52917 (Iron Gate I Hydroelectric Power Station)
Trajan's Bridge Road Drobeta-Turnu SeverinKladovo Built in Roman times; destroyed 44°37′25.57″N 22°40′1.38″E / 44.6237694°N 22.6670500°E / 44.6237694; 22.6670500 (Trajan's Bridge)
Iron Gate II Power Station
Ostrovul Mare Bridge
863 km (536 mi) Road 1984
1998 (for the crossing bridge)
44°18′16″N 22°33′54″E / 44.30444°N 22.56500°E / 44.30444; 22.56500 (Iron Gate II Hydroelectric Power Station)

Bulgarian–Romanian borderEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates
New Europe Bridge 796 km (495 mi) European route E79 and railway VidinCalafat June 2013 43°59′38″N 22°54′24″E / 43.99389°N 22.90667°E / 43.99389; 22.90667 (Vidin-Calafat Bridge)
Oryahovo–Bechet Bridge Road OryahovoBechet Planned
Constantine's Bridge Roman road OescusCorabia 328, destroyed mid-4th century 43°45′49″N 24°27′25″E / 43.76361°N 24.45694°E / 43.76361; 24.45694 (Constantine's Bridge)
Nikopol–Turnu Măgurele hydro-power complex 578 km (359 mi) Road and railway NikopolTurnu Măgurele Proposed[3] 43°42′48″N 24°49′31″E / 43.71333°N 24.82528°E / 43.71333; 24.82528 (Turnu Măgurele Power Plant)
Danube Bridge 488.70 km (303.66 mi) European route E70, E85 and railway RuseGiurgiu 1954 43°53′14″N 26°00′27″E / 43.88722°N 26.00750°E / 43.88722; 26.00750 (Giurgiu-Rousse Friendship Bridge)
Silistra–Călărași hydro-power complex 380 km (240 mi) Road and railway SilistraCălărași Planned[4]

RomaniaEdit

Crossing Distance Carries Location Built Coordinates
Cernavodă Bridge 300.07 km (186.45 mi) A2 motorway and railway CernavodăFeteşti 1987 44°20′23″N 28°01′01″E / 44.33972°N 28.01694°E / 44.33972; 28.01694 (Cernavodă Bridge)
Anghel Saligny Bridge 300.00 km (186.41 mi) Railway CernavodăFeteşti 1895 44°20′25.26″N 28°01′01.26″E / 44.3403500°N 28.0170167°E / 44.3403500; 28.0170167 (Anghel Saligny Bridge)
Giurgeni–Vadu Oii Bridge 238 km (148 mi) European route E60 GiurgeniVadu Oii 1970 44°45′15″N 27°52′36″E / 44.75417°N 27.87667°E / 44.75417; 27.87667 (Giurgeni – Vadu Oii Bridge)
Brăila Bridge 165.8 km (103.0 mi) Road BrăilaSmârdan Contracted in 2017, under construction in 2018 for completion in 2022[5][6] 45°18′52″N 28°00′12″E / 45.31444°N 28.00333°E / 45.31444; 28.00333 (Brăila Bridge)
Galaţi Tunnel GalaţiBrătianu Proposed[6] 45°25′12″N 28°02′50″E / 45.42000°N 28.04722°E / 45.42000; 28.04722 (Galaţi Tunnel)

River source: convergence at 47°57′03″N 8°31′13″E / 47.950961°N 8.520412°E / 47.950961; 8.520412 (river source) (?)

GalleryEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Einweihung der neuen Donaubrücke in Donaumünster ein Tag der Freude", Schwabmünchner Allgemeine 19 September 2007, retrieved 5 May 2010 (German).
  2. ^ "Eisenbahnbrücke nur noch bis Ende 2012 befahrbar", Oberösterreichische Nachrichten, 7 April 2010 (German), retrieved 23 May 2010.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-29. Retrieved 2010-06-20.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-29. Retrieved 2010-06-20.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ "Italian-Japanese consortium to build EUR 430 mln Danube bridge". Romania-insider.com. 23 October 2017. Retrieved 15 August 2018.
  6. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-04-08. Retrieved 2014-04-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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This article includes information translated from the German-language Wikipedia article de:Liste der Donaubrücken. The German-language article cites the following sources: