• Danube Bridge Linz
    © gmp Architekten / Hans Kosnia

4th Danube Bridge Linz

Linz, Austria, 2023

The 4th bridge across the Danube river in Linz is part of a major infrastructure project that crosses one of the busiest waterways in Europe as well as railway tracks and a road. The precipices of the Danube valley allow a direct anchorage of the main cables, without pylons, making the 4-lane highway bridge a true suspension bridge. The superstructure is designed as a steel compound construction with one central steel box girder and steel cross beams. Each of the main cable bundles is made of twelve fully locked and heavy galvanized spiral cables. The cable clamps are cast elements.
Thanks to the unique circumstances of the site, the result is a very slender and transparent design, perfectly adapted to the highly sensitive ecology of the area and the beautiful landscape of the Danube valley.

  • Location

    Linz, Austria

  • Architect

    schlaich bergermann partner, gmp · Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner

  • Cooperation

    Baumann und Obholzer Ingenieure, Innsbruck

  • Client

    ASFINAG Bau Management GmbH

  • Our Scope of Work

    conceptual design, construction design

  • Span 305 m
  • Cable length 500 m
  • Deck surface 6,890 m²
  • Width 22.54 m
  • Height of construction 2.60 m
  • Danube Bridge Linz © gmp Architekten / Hans Kosnia

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