The bridge today

The Lupu Bridge (simplified Chinese: 卢浦大桥; traditional Chinese: 盧浦大橋; pinyin: Lúpǔ Dàqiáo), is a through arch bridge over the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China, connecting the city's Luwan and Pudong districts. It is the world's second longest arch bridge and steel arch bridge, after the Chaotianmen Bridge in Chongqing. The bridge, which cost 2.5 billion yuan (US$302 million),[2][3] has a total length of 3,900-metre (12,795 ft) and opened on June 28, 2003. Its main span of 550 metres (1,804 ft)[3] over the Huangpu River is 32 metres (105 ft) longer than the previous record holder for the longest arch bridge, the New River Gorge Bridge in Fayetteville, West Virginia .[2]   But in a life after people, how long will the bridge last?

1 day after people, the light extinguishes.

7 months after people, typhoon attacks Shanghai, the bridge's design was made to with stand typhoon, so the bridge still stands.

100 years after  people, the lines connect the road and the arch disconnect, and the road falls into the Huangpu River.

500 years after people, the arch collapses.

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