Dazi Bridge in Daze District, Lhasa
The Dazi Bridge is a one-lane suspension bridge in Dagzê, Tibet. At the time of its completion in 1984, it was the longest spanning bridge in China with a main span of 500 m (1,600 ft). The bridge crosses the Lhasa River 30 km (19 mi) east of Lhasa.
The bridge is a gravity-anchored suspension bridge with deck trussing. It carries one lane of traffic measuring only 4.5 m (15 ft) wide.
|Coordinates||29.6794°N 91.3756°ECoordinates: Coordinates: 29.6794°N 91.3756°E|
|Carries||Single lane road|
|Locale||Dagzê County, Lhasa Tibet Autonomous Region|
|Width||4.5 metres (15 ft)|
|Longest span||500 metres (1,600 ft)|