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Jembatan Humen Pearl River

Panjang3.816,00 m
Bentang Terpanjang888,00 m
Kondisi UmumAktif
Jenis JembatanGantung
Tanggal Peresmian09 Juni 1997
Latitude (GPS)22.7928170000000000
Longitude (GPS)113.6084040000000600

The Humen Pearl River Bridge (simplified Chinese: 虎门大桥; traditional Chinese: 虎門大橋; pinyin: Hǔmén Dàqiáo; literally: Tiger Gate Huge Bridge) is a suspension bridge over the Pearl River in Guangdong Province, southern China. It connects the Nansha District of Guangzhou to Humen Town of Dongguan. Completed in 1997, the bridge has a main span of 888 meters.

Economic significance

The Humen Bridge across the Bocca Tigris, the mouth of the Pearl River, is an important link in the expressway network of Guangdong Province in southern China, connecting the Shenzhen and Zhuhai Economic Zones, as well as the rest of the coastal region, with Hong Kong and Macau.


The 3618-m-long bridge is divided into five sections: the east approach, the main navigation channel section, the middle approach, an auxiliary navigation channel bridge, and the west approach. Geological conditions at the bridge site are relatively good, with bedrock overlaid by thin soil layers, although conditions differ on each side of the river. Hurricanes are common occurrences, so the design wind speed at the bridge deck level was established at 61 m/s.

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