List of bridges in Sweden

This is a list of Swedens longest bridges.

Name Length (m) Span(m) Type of traffic Opened
Öresundsbron 7 845; 5300 m in Sweden 490 Road/Railway 2000
Ölandsbron 6 072 130 Road 1972
Igelstabron 2 140 Railway 1995
Umeälvsbron 1 938 Railway 2010
Höga Kustenbron 1 867 1 210 Road 1997
Uddevallabron 1 712 414 Road 2000
Vallsundsbron 1 500 Road 1998
Stallbackabron 1 392 Road 1981
Sannsundsbron 1 322 Road 1981
Kista bridge ≈1 200 Metro 1977
Strängnäsbron 1 164 Road 1981
Alnöbron 1 042 Road 1964
Ångermanälven bridge 1 035 Railway 2008
Nätraån bridge 1 014 Railway 2008
Hjulstabron ≈1000 Road 1953
Lidingöbron 997 73 Road 1971
Obbolabron 979 Road 1989
Nordreälvsbron 956 Road 1968
Göta Älvbron 950 Road/Tramway/Bike path 1939
Älvsborgsbron 933 418 Road/Bike path 1966
Angeredsbron 930 Road/Bike path 1978
Marieholmsbron 907 Railway/Bike path 1996
Bergnäsbron 896 Road 1954
Västra Årstabron 833 Railway/Bike path 2005
Sandöbron 810 264 Road 1943
Johanneshovsbron 756 Road 1984
Östra Årstabron 753 Railway 1929
Old Lidingöbron 750 Railway/Bike path 1925
Svinesundsbron 704, about half in Sweden 247 Road 2005
Rödöbron 677 Road 1993
Tjörn bridge 664 366 Road/Bike path 1981


Bridges under construction:

  • Bridge over Älandsfjärden, Ådalsbanan, ca 770 m, finished 2011
  • Partihallsförbindelsen, road, ca 1000 m, finished 2011

Source: Swedish World Heritage Encyclopedia

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