World’s second highest suspension bridge opens to traffic in China

The 2,171-meter-long Qingshuihe bridge opened to traffic on Thursday in southwest China’s Guizhou Province. It is suspended over 406 meters above a canyon in rocky karst terrain.
The bridge, which costs about 240 million U.S. dollars and has taken 29 months to construct, will greatly improve transportation links between the provincial capital of Guiyang and neighboring regions.

Leave a Comment