Puente Mezcala is a cable-stayed bridge that crosses the Balsas River in Guerrero, Mexico.
The bridge opened in 1993 and is part of the highway between México City-Acapulco. The Mezcala bridge is one of the first cable-stayed bridges with double spans. It was the tallest bridge construction in the world when it opened with a tower height of 236 metres. The bridge is 891 meters long, and a main span of 313 meters.