The High Coast Bridge
The longest suspension bridge in Sweden.
The High Coast Bridge crosses the Ångermanälven river on the border between the municipalities of Härnösand and Kramfors.
Was at the opening in 1997 the world's ninth longest suspension bridge, with its 1800 meters. The bridge is also one of Sweden's tallest structures with bridge piers extending 180 meters above the water.
Facts about the bridge:
Number of pillars: 2
Number of lanes: 4
Length between the pillars: 1210 meters
Width: 17,8 m
Material: Steel and concrete
Total length: 1867 meters
Total height: 182 m
Max height for ships: 40 m
Working hours when building: app. 1.000.000