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Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge

Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge
Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge
Official name Most III Tysiąclecia im. Jana Pawła II
Carries Motor vehicles
Crosses Martwa Wisła River
Locale Gdańsk, Poland
Designer Krzysztof Wąchalski
Design Cable-stayed bridge, inverted-Y pylon, semi-fan arrangement
Material composite steel-reinforced concrete
Total length 380 metres (1,250 ft)
Width 20.31 metres (66.6 ft)
Height 99.89 metres (327.7 ft)
Longest span 230 metres (750 ft)
Number of spans 3
Load limit 50 ton
Construction begin 2 August 1999
Construction end 15 October 2001
Opened 9 November 2001

The Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge is a cable-stayed road bridge which spans the Martwa Wisła River in Gdańsk, Poland.

Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge in Gdańsk

The bridge forms an inverted “Y”-shape with a 100-metre-tall pylon. It is the longest cable-stayed bridge in Poland supported by a single pylon.[1]

The bridge links the Northern Port of Gdańsk with the national road network and is the first section of the future by-pass road of the city of Gdańsk.


  1. ^ "Największe w Polsce mosty podwieszone do jednego pylonu (In Polish)". Mosty Polskie (Polish Bridges). Retrieved 2010-01-27. 

External links

  • Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge in Structurae database

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