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List of longest bridges above water in India

This is a list of India's bridges longer than 500 metres (1,640 ft) sorted by their full length above water.[1][2]

From left to right: Bhupen Hazarika Setu (Assam), the longest bridge of India, Mahatma Gandhi Setu (Bihar), Bandra–Worli Sea Link (Maharashtra), and Vikramshila Setu (Bihar)
Name River Spanning Completed
/Opened
Traffic State City
Meters Feet
Bhupen Hazarika Setu Lohit River 9,150 30,020 2017 Road

Assam

Tinsukia
Mahatma Gandhi Setu[3] Ganges 5,750 18,860 1982 Road Bihar PatnaHajipur
Bandra-Worli Sea Link[4] Mahim bay 5,600 18,400 2009 Road Maharashtra Mumbai
Bogibeel Bridge[5] Brahmaputra River 4,940 16,210 2018 Road-cum-Rail

Assam

Dibrugarh
Vikramshila Setu[6] Ganges 4,700 15,400 2001 Road Bihar Bhagalpur
Vembanad Rail Bridge[7] Vembanad Lake 4,620 15,160 2011 Rail Kerala Kochi
Digha–Sonpur Bridge Ganges 4,556 14,948 2016 Rail-cum-Road Bihar PatnaSonpur
Arrah–Chhapra Bridge Ganges 4,350 14,270 2017 Road Bihar ArrahChhapra
Godavari Fourth Bridge Kovvur–Rajahmundry Bypass Bridge Godavari River 4,135 13,566 2015 Road Andhra Pradesh Rajahmundry
Munger Ganga Bridge Ganges 3,692 12,113 2016 Rail-cum-Road Bihar Munger
Chahlari Ghat Bridge Ghaghra River 3,260 10,700 2017 Road Uttar Pradesh BahraichSitapur
Jawahar Setu[8] Son River 3,061 10,043 1965 Road Bihar Dehri
Nehru Setu[9] Son River 3,059 10,036 1900 Rail Bihar Dehri
Kolia Bhomora Setu Brahmaputra River 3,015 9,892 1987 Road Assam TezpurKaliabor
Korthi-Kolhar Bridge[10] Krishna River 3,000 9,800 2006 Road Karnataka Bijapur
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Setu
Kathajodi River 2,880 9,450 2017 Road Odisha Cuttack
Godavari Bridge
Godavari River 2,790 9,150[11] 1974 Rail-cum-road Andhra Pradesh Rajahmundry
Old Godavari Bridge
Now decommissioned[12]
Godavari River 2,754 9,035 1900 Rail Andhra Pradesh Rajahmundry
Godavari Arch Bridge[12] Godavari River 2,745 9,006 1997/2003 Rail Andhra Pradesh Rajahmundry
Penumudi–Puligadda Bridge Krishna 2,590 8,500 2006 Road Andhra Pradesh Avanigadda
Badaun-Ganjdundwara Bridge Ganges River 2,334 7,657 2012 Road Uttar Pradesh Badaun District
Pamban Bridge Palk Strait 2,300 7,500 1988 Road Tamil Nadu Pamban Island
Naranarayan Setu[13] Brahmaputra River 2,284 7,493 1998 Rail-cum-road Assam Jogighopa
Farakka Barrage[14] Ganges 2,240 7,350 1975 Rail-cum-road West Bengal Farakka
Kanaka Durga Varadhi[15] Krishna River 2,200 7,200 1995 Road Andhra Pradesh Vijayawada
Second Mahanadi Rail Bridge[16] Mahanadi River 2,100 6,900 2008 Rail Odisha Cuttack
Pamban Bridge[17] Palk Strait 2,065 6,775 1913 Rail Tamil Nadu Pamban Island
Sharavathi Bridge[18] Sharavathi River 2,060 6,760 1994 Rail Karnataka Honnavar
Baluaha-Gandaul Mega Bridge[19][20] Kosi River 2,060 6,760 2013 Road Bihar Saharsa
Rajendra Setu[21] Ganges 2,000 6,600 1959 Rail-cum-road Bihar BarauniHathidah
Mahanadi Bridge, Boudh[22] Mahanadi River 1,950.7 6,400 1899 Road Odisha Sonepur
Gautam Buddha Bridge Gandak River 1,848 6,063 2009/2013 Road Bihar West Champaran
Vashi Bridge Thane Creek 1,837 6,027 1997 Road Maharashtra Mumbai
New Yamuna Bridge[23] Yamuna River 1,510 4,950 2004 Road Uttar Pradesh Prayagraj
Vangal-Mohanur Bridge Cauvery River 1,350 4,430 2016 Road Tamil Nadu VangalMohanur
Thanthai Periyar Bridge[24] Cauvery River 1,500 4,900 1971 Road Tamil Nadu MusiriKulithalai
New Saraighat Road Bridge[12] Brahmaputra River 1,490 4,890 2017 Road Assam Guwahati
Third Narmada Bridge Narmada 1,344 4,409 2017 Road Gujarat Bharuch
Koilwar Bridge[12] Son River 1,440 4,720 1862 Rail-cum-road Bihar Koilwar
Golden Bridge Narmada 1,412 4,633 1881 Road Gujarat AnkleshwarBharuch
Silver Jubilee Railway Bridge Bharuch Narmada 1,406 4,613 1935 Rail Gujarat AnkleshwarBharuch
Mahanadi Bridge[25] Mahanadi River 1,400 4,600 1961 Road Odisha Bhootmundei, Paradip
Neelathanallur-Madhanathur bridge The Kollidam 1,400 4,600 2011 Road Tamil Nadu KumbakonamJayankondam
Maharana pratap setu Banswara 1,270 4,170 1987 Road rajasthan banswararatlam
Second Narmada Bridge[26] Narmada River 1,365 4,478 2000 Road Gujarat Bharuch
Saraighat Bridge[12] Brahmaputra River 1,300 4,300 1962 Rail-cum-road Assam Guwahati
Prakasam Barrage[27] Krishna River 1,224 4,016 1885 Road Andhra Pradesh Vijayawada
Elgin Bridge (Barabanki) Ghaghra River 1,126.2 3,695 1896 Rail Uttar Pradesh Barabanki
Ghagra Bridge (Road) Ghaghra River 1,100 3,600 ? Road Uttar Pradesh Barabanki
Malviya Bridge (Dufferin Bridge)[28] Ganges River 1,048.5 3,440 1887 Rail-cum-road Uttar Pradesh Varanasi
Sharavathi Bridge[29] Sharavathi River 1,048 3,438 1984 Road Karnataka Honnavar
Airoli Bridge[30] Thane Creek 1,030 3,380 1999 Road Maharashtra Mumbai
Old Naini Bridge[31] Yamuna River 1,006 3,301 1865 Rail-cum-road Uttar Pradesh Allahabad
Teesta bridge at Paharpur, Jalpaiguri Teesta River 1,000 3,300 1968 Rail-cum-road West Bengal Jalpaiguri
Chamravattom Regulator-cum-Bridge[32] Bharathappuzha 978 3,209 2012 Road Kerala Chamravattom
Vivekananda Setu Hooghly River 900 3,000 1932 Rail-cum-road West Bengal DakshineswarBally
Coleroon Bridge[33] The Kollidam 900 3,000 2012 Road Tamil Nadu Tiruchirappalli
Nivedita Setu[34] Hooghly River 880 2,890 2007 Road West Bengal DakshineswarBally
Chambal Bridge Chambal River 850 2,790 2016 Road Rajasthan Dholpur
Subansiri Railway Bridge Subansiri River 835 2,740 1966 Rail Assam Gogamukh-North Lakhimpur
Subansiri River Bridge Subansiri River 835 2,740 1966 Road Assam Gogamukh-North Lakhimpur
Vidyasagar Setu[35] Hooghly River 822 2,697 1992 Road West Bengal Kolkata
Netravati Bridge[36] Netravati River 804 2,638 1965 Road Karnataka Mangalore
Paramathi Velur Bridge (NH 7)[24] Cauvery River 803 2,635 ? Road Tamil Nadu PugalurVelur
Yamuna Bridge[37] Yamuna River 767 2,516 ? Road Himachal Pradesh Paonta Sahib
Jajmau Bridge[38] Ganges River 720 2,360 2011 Road Uttar Pradesh Jajmau
Dayang Railway Bridge Dayang River 713 2,339 1970 Rail Assam Haflong
Howrah Bridge (Ravindra Setu)[39] Hooghly River 705 2,313 1943 Road West Bengal Kolkata
Garmukteswar Bridge[12] Ganges River 671 2,201 1901 Rail-cum-road Uttar Pradesh Garhmukteshwar
Lav Kush Barrage Ganges River 621 2,037 2000 Road Uttar Pradesh Kanpur

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