stayed-cable bridge

stayed-cable bridge

[′stād ¦kā·bəl ‚brij]
(civil engineering)
A modified cantilever bridge consisting of girders or trusses cantilevered both ways from a central tower and supported by inclined cables attached to the tower at the top or sometimes at several levels.
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The new building work includes a massive $1 billion bridge, the world's longest stayed-cable bridge at over 1.