The World’s Highest Bridge on Thursday opened to traffic in China, connecting two provinces in the south-west.
The Beipanjiang Bridge hovers 565 meters above a river and connects Provinces of Yunnan and Guizhou.
The Bridge reduces travel times between Xuanwei in Yunnan to Shuicheng in Guizhou from more than four hours to around one.
A truck driver surnamed Duan said “very convenient for people who want to travel between these two places”, he added.
The 1,341-metre span cost over 1 billion yuan ($144 million) to build, according to local newspaper Guizhou Daily.
Earlier Si Du River Bridge was the highest bridge in the Central province of Hubei.