Rollemberg–Vuolo Road–Railway Bridge

The Rollemberg–Vuolo Road–Railway Bridge (in Portuguese, Ponte Rodoferroviária Rollemberg-Vuolo) is a double-decker bridge (road on the upper level and railway track at the lower level) over the Parana River, between the states of Mato Grosso do Sul and São Paulo in Brazil.

Rollemberg–Vuolo Road–Railway Bridge

Ponte Rodoferroviária Rollemberg–Vuolo
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Coordinates20°06′19″S 51°0′30″W / 20.10528°S 51.00833°W / -20.10528; -51.00833Coordinates: 20°06′19″S 51°0′30″W / 20.10528°S 51.00833°W / -20.10528; -51.00833
Carriesall land vehicles (including trains)
CrossesParaná River
LocaleMato Grosso do Sul-São Paulo State line
Characteristics
Designdouble-decker
Total length3.7 kilometres (2.3 mi)[1]
History
Inaugurated1998
Location
Rodoferroviária Rollemberg-Vuolo Bridge

The bridge was inaugurated in 1998 and connects the roads SP-320 and MS-316. It has 3.7 kilometres (2.3 mi) of length.[1] Its name pays homage to Brazilian deputy Roberto Rollemberg [pt] and to senator Vicente Emílio Vuolo [pt], for their strong support to the construction of the bridge.

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  1. ^ a b "Ministry of Transport - Road-rail bridge over the Parana River" (in Portuguese). Brazil's Ministry of Transport. Archived from the original on 27 November 2012. Retrieved 29 January 2012.