After Japan's 890-metre (2,900-foot) Tatara Bridge, which was the longest cable-stayed bridge, the new world's longest cable-stayed bridge has officially opened in eastern China, linking the two banks of the Yangtze river.
Facts about the world's longest cable-stayed bridge:
Name: The Sutong bridge
Length: spans 1,088 metres (3,570 feet) over China's longest waterway, Yangtze river and links the cities of Suzhou and Nantong. Located 108 kilometers (67 miles) upstream from the mouth of the Yangtze River.
Number of lanes: six-lane bridge
Travel time: Cut the travel time between Shanghai and Nantong to one hour from the previous four hours.
Construction cost: 1.15 billion dollars
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