- Beipanjiang Bridge Duge
- 565 metre(s)
- China Mainland (Dugexiang)
The cable-stayed Beipanjiang Bridge Duge in Dugexiang, Guizhou, China, has a clearance at mean high water of 565 m (1,854 ft). It opened to traffic on 29 December 2016, becoming not only the the world's highest bridge, but also the first bridge to ever surpass the 500-m height barrier and the first cable-stayed bridge to ever hold the title of the world's highest bridge.
The concrete, four-lane road bridge crosses the Beipan River on the border between Yunnan and Guizhou. It has a total length of 1,341 m (4,400 ft), a total height of 269 m (883 ft) and its longest span stretches 720 m (2,362 ft).