The Alex Fraser Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that crosses the Fraser River in Vanncouver, Canada.
Planning for a bridge started in the 70s. Construction of the bridge started in 1983 and the bridge opened in 1986.
The towers on the bridge are 154 meters high and made the bridge the tallest structure in Vanncouver for a long time.
The Alex Fraser Bridge was the world's largest cable-stayed bridge between 1986 and 1991. The bridge is 2,525 meters long and the largest span is 465 meters.