The New Yamuna Bridge


The New Yamuna Bridge is like a new feather in Prayagraj’s cap. The images speak about the stupendous architecture of the New Yamuna Bridge. The view of the bridge during dawn and dusk is mesmerizing.

Also known as the Naini Bridge, the New Yamuna Bridge is among India’s longest cable-stayed bridges. It runs across the Yamuna River in the North-South direction, connecting Prayagraj to Naini. It was constructed in the year 2004 to minimize the traffic congestions over the old Naini Bridge. The construction of the bridge was a joint responsibility of the Hindustan Construction Company and Hyundai Engineering and Construction.

The New Yamuna Bridge is also the first six-lane bridge in India built with modern design and structure. It has two pylons, made up of concrete material, that provide support to the major part of the deck of the bridge held together by steel cables. The bridge also acts as a road link between Prayagraj and NH-27 stretching across for 370 meters. The modern technology combined with environmental compatibility and excellent quality make for some of the features of this bridge that offer great benefits. India has a stupendous network of bridges and this bridge is a fine example of the country’s tremendous growth in infrastructure.

Experience the comfort of modern-day technologies while passing through the New Yamuna Bridge!

Photo Gallery

  • The Magnificent View of New Yamuna Bridge
  • The New Yamuna Bridge
  • View of the New Yamuna Bridge in the evening

How to Reach:

By Air

Bamrauli Airport, Prayagraj - 12 km Lal Bahadur Shastri Airport, Varanasi - 150 km Amausi International Airport, Lucknow - 200 km

By Train

Prayagraj Railway Junction - 6 km Prayag Station - 5 km Rambagh Station - 3 km

By Road

The place can be reached by cab, auto or e-rickshaw. It is at a distance of 5 km from Civil Lines Bus Stand.