|Location||Bømlo, Vestland, Norway|
|AADT 2013||2943 Average daily traffic|
|Clearance below||36 m|
|Longest span||577 m|
Bømla bridge is a suspension bridge over Spissøy Strait between municipalities Bomlo and Stord in Vestland in Norway. Construction of the bridge began in 1999 and in 2001 opened the bridge. Bømla bridge is part of the Triangle Link, which connects the island municipalities of Stord and Bomlo with the mainland. Trekantsambandet consists of several bridges including Stord Bridge. Triangle Link replaced four ferry routes.