Bergsøysund Bridge

  • photo of Bergsøysund Bridge
  • photo of Bergsøysund Bridge
  • photo of Bergsøysund Bridge
  • photo of Bergsøysund Bridge
Original nameBergsøysundbrua
LocationMøre og Romsdal, Norway
CrossesBergsøysundet
Statusin use
Open1992
FunctionRoad bridge
DesignTruss bridge Pontoon bridge
Length931 m
Clearance below6 m
Longest span106 m
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Bergsøysund Bridge is a floating bridge that crosses Bergsøysundet in Møre og Romsdal. Bergsøysund Bridge was Norway's first modern floating bridge and it moves up and down with the tide.
Bergsøysund Bridge is part of "Krifast", the mainland connection to Kristiansund.
The bridge opened in 1992 and in 2008 the bridge was protected by the National Heritage Board.
The bridge is built with truss construction and rests on seven light concrete pontoons. The bridge has a length of 931 meters and the largest span is 106 meters