Mumbai Trans Harbour Link is also known as Atal Setu is a 21.8 km long sea bridge and Bhupen Hazarika Setu over the Brahmaputra river is a 9.15 km long river bridge in India, There are more under construction road and rail bridges in India.
Mumbai Trans Harbour Link is also known as Atal Setu, is a 21.8 km long 6-lane elevated highway bridge connecting Mumbai and Navi Mumbai across the Thane Creek. The Atal Setu of Mumbai is the longest sea bridge in India and was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 12 January 2024.
Bhupen Hazarika Bridge connecting the states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh over Lohit River, a major tributary of the Brahmaputra river in northeast states. The Dhola-Sadiya Bridge is the second longest bridge in India over water with 9.15 kilometres in length.
The Dibang River Bridge in Arunachal Pradesh is a 6.2 km long bridge above water in India and as part of NH13 Trans-Arunachal Highway. Trans-Arunachal Highway long highway passing through 16 districts in Arunachal Pradesh.
Mahatma Gandhi Setu over the river Ganges, connecting Patna to Hajipur in Bihar is the third-longest river bridge in India.
There is a new bridge under construction Kacchi Dargah–Bidupur Bridge – 9.76 km connecting Kacchi Dargah in Patna and Bidupur in Hajipur, will reduce the load on Mahatma Gandhi Setu.
Bandra–Worli Sea Link is the second logest sea bridge in Mumbai after Atal Setu and one of the top five longest bridge in India. The 5.6 km long, 8-lane wide cable-stayed bridge links Bandra with Worli in South Mumbai.
Atal Setu of Goa is the second longest cable-stayed bridge in India with 5.1 kilometres in Length over the Mandovi River and is one of the most famous and longest bridges in Goa, There is another cable-stayed bridge in Goa called Manohar Setu or New Zuari Bridge.