The Rama V Bridge (Thai: สะพานพระราม 5, RTGS: Saphan Phra Ram Ha, pronounced [sā.pʰāːn pʰráʔ rāːm hâː]) is a bridge across the Chao Phraya River in Nonthaburi Province, Thailand. The bridge was named in the honour of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V). It is not related to Rama V Road in Dusit District, Bangkok in any way.
Rama V Bridge is a bridge with 6 carriages with traffic lanes at a high level of 7.90 meters above sea level, bridge width of 29.10 meters and a total length of 320 meters (130 meters in the middle of the bridge and two long sides 95 meters on each side). The bridge is a closed continuous concrete type. The upper structure is prestressed concrete.
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