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Hakata–Ōshima Bridge

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Carries  4 lanes of roadway
Locale  Hakatajima and Ōshima
Opened  1988
Longest span  560 m
Bridge type  Suspension bridge
Crosses  Seto Inland Sea
Design  Suspension bridge
Total length  840 m
Location  Ōshima
Body of water  Seto Inland Sea
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Maintained by  Honshū-Shikoku Bridge Authority
Similar  Tatara Bridge, Kurushima‑Kaikyō Bridge, Innoshima Bridge, Ōshima, Sunrise Itoyama

The Hakata-Ōshima Bridge (伯方・大島大橋, Hakata Ōshima Ōhashi) is a Japanese suspension bridge, part of the 59 kilometer Nishiseto Expressway connecting the islands of Honshū and Shikoku. Completed in 1988, it has a main span of 560 meters and connects Hakatajima with Ōshima. The expressway connects seven small islands and also includes several other long span bridges including the Tatara Bridge, the Innoshima Bridge, and the Kurushima-Kaikyō Bridge.

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Hakata–Ōshima Bridge Wikipedia


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