The Ždrelac Bridge (Croatian: Most Ždrelac) is a 210-metre (690 ft) through arch bridge carrying the D110 state road connecting islands of Ugljan and Pašman in Croatia. The original bridge was completed in 1972, however 2009 reconstruction increased the main span (replacing three spans with one) and widened the deck.
Currently the main span consists of a 68-metre (223 ft) long steel arch carrying the 11.8-metre (39 ft) wide deck. The reconstruction works also included strengthening the piers supporting the central span arch structure. Cost of the reconstruction works was reported to be 17.17 million Croatian kuna. The reconstruction works were carried out by Konstruktor, Split.
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