The Xupu Bridge (simplified Chinese: 徐浦大桥; traditional Chinese: 徐浦大橋; pinyin: Xúpǔ Dàqiáo), is a cable-stayed bridge over the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China, so named because it connects the city's Xuhui and Pudong districts. It opened in 1997 and carries 8 lanes of the S20 Outer Ring Expressway.
|Carries||8 lanes of Shanghai S20 (Outer Ring Expressway)|
|Owner||Shanghai Foundation Engineering Co.|
|Preceded by||Minpu Bridge|
|Followed by||Lupu Bridge|
|Height||217 m (712 ft)|
|Longest span||590 m (1,936 ft)|
|Designer||Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design Institute|
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- Lin, Yuan Pei; Zhang, Zeng Huan; Ma, Biao (1 August 1996). "Xupu Cable-Stayed Bridge, Shanghai, China". Structural Engineering International, Volume 6, Number 3. Retrieved 12 June 2013.
- Media related to Xupu Bridge at Wikimedia Commons
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