|Location||Cincinnati, Ohio, USA|
|Architect||John A. Roebling|
|Longest span||322 m|
John A. Roebling Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the Ohio River between Cincinnati Ohio and Covington Kentucky in America. Construction of the bridge started in 1856 and in 1867 opened bridge. The bridge was the largest suspension bridge until 1869 with a span of 322 meters. The bridge was originally called The Covington and Cincinnati Bridge, in 1984 the name was changed to John A. Roebling Bridge who designed the bridge.