The Second Penang Bridge, Malaysia

The Second Penang Bridge in Malaysia is the longest sea-crossing bridge in Southwest Asia and largest strait-crossing bridge implemented by Chinese enterprise in overseas market. The bridge is 24km long with dual two traffic lanes and dual motorcycle lanes. The Main Navigation Span is a three span cable stayed bridge comprising of the span arrangement of 117.5m + 240m + 117.5m and the approach spans structure comprising of series of 55m span with pre-cast segmental box girder superstructure.