The Only 5 Sea Bridges of India

The land of India is surrounded by the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean, Kanyakumari is the point where the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal meet the great Indian Ocean. The Rama Setu is the sea bridge that connects Pamban Island to coast of Sri Lanka, apart from Rama Setu there are only five sea bridges located in India and one the longest one is under construction in Mumbai named as Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, a 22 km long freeway grade road bridge across Thane Creek.

Bandra-Worli Sea Link -Mahim Bay


The Bandra–Worli Sea Linkor Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link is the longest sea bridge of India connects Bandra with Worli across the Mahim Bay, a part of Arabian Sea. Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link is a cable-stayed bridge carries 8 lanes of traffic with total length of 5.6 kilometers.

Pamban Rail Bridge -Palk Strait


The Pamban Bridge or Indira Gandhi Bridge connects Rameswaram on Pamban Island to rest of mainland India across the Palk Strait. Pamban Bridge is the second longest sea bridge in India with total length of about 2.3 km.

Pamban Road Bridge -Palk Strait

Pamban- Indira- Gandhi -Setu

The Pamban Road bridge is runs parallel to the Pamban Rail Bridge and carries 2 lanes of road traffic. Pamban bridge constructed by the Indians over a hundred years ago is a marvel of engineering and the only surface transport link between between mainland and island of India.

Vashi Bridge -Thane Creek


Vashi Bridge also known as Thane Creek Bridge connects the city of Mumbai to the Indian mainland through the Thane Creek. The Vashi Bridge is one of four entry points into Mumbai and first bridge to connect Mumbai to Navi Mumbai.

Airoli Bridge -Thane Creek


The Airoli Bridge is the second bridge connecting Mumbai to Navi Mumbai build across the Thane Creek. Airoli Bridge is 3.8 km long bridge and establish a direct road link connecting Thane – Belapur road and Eastern Express Highway. There are few more sea bridges of India are proposed and planned to construct in future.