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The Bridge with Longest Span in Hong Kong - Tsing Ma Bridge

The Tsing Ma Bridge forms a major part of the essential link in the expressway and airport railway connecting the Hong Kong International Airport at Chek Lap Kok. The Bridge has a centre span of 1,377 metres and crosses the marine channel between Ma Wan and Tsing Yi. The main cables supporting the Bridge were made up of some 27,000 tonnes of steel wires. The total length of these wires is sufficient to stretch round the world 4 times.

On Tsing Yi, the Bridge links directly to an interchange with connections to the urban districts and, via the Ting Kau Bridge, to the Northwest New Territories..

On Ma Wan, high level viaducts extend from the Ma Wan end of the Bridge and cross the island to connect directly with the Kap Shiu Mun Bridge across the Kap Shui Mun channel.

  • Tsing Ma Bridge
    Tsing Ma Bridge

Apart from Tsing Ma Bridge, there are 4 other bridges with spans longer that 200m in Hong Kong. They are Stonecutters Bridge (1018m span), Ting Kau Bridge (475m span), Kap Shui Mun Bridge (430m span) and Shenzhen Bay Bridge (210m span).

  • Stonecutters Bridge
    Stonecutters Bridge
  • Ting Kau Bridge
    Ting Kau Bridge
  • Kap Shui Mun Bridge
    Kap Shui Mun Bridge
  • Shenzhen Bay Bridge
    Shenzhen Bay Bridge