Entering the city from Hobart International Airport, you have to cross the bridge. The tour guide told us that the disaster-stricken bridge had been hit. There is a changeable Lane in the middle of the bridge, which is somewhat similar to Shanghai's Siping Road, and the traffic volume is very huge. Higher slopes in the middle are conducive to the passage of ships and provide visitors with an excellent view of Hobart Bay.
Tasman Bridge, located in Hobart, Australia, spans the Devont River and serves as a transportation hub from Hobart to the airport and the east. The bridge is 5 lanes, 1 395 meters (4 577 feet) long, 17.5 meters (57 feet) wide, 60.5 meters (198 feet) high, with a maximum span of 95 meters (312 feet) and a clearance of 46 meters (151 feet) under the bridge. The bridge was built in May 1960 and opened for the first time on August 18, 1964 (2 lanes only). It completed all four lanes on December 23, 1964 and was officially opened on March 18, 1965. Standing on the bridge with broad vision and magnificent scenery is a magnificent local project. On Sunday evening, January 5, 1975, at 9:27 BST in eastern Australia, the Tasman Bridge was hit by a large ore carrier carrying 10,000 tons of zinc concentrate, Lake Illawarra in Lake Irawara, resulting in two towers and three concrete decks, totalling 127 meters (417 feet) long, which fell off the bridge and sank the ship, killing seven crew members. At the time of the accident, four cars were driving along the collapsed road, which killed five people. The reconstruction of the Tasman Bridge began in October 1975. An important part of the reconstruction is the improvement of safety measures. In addition to the new safety measures implemented, the bridge was further upgraded to 5 lanes. This upgrade includes the construction of a lane management system to enable the new intermediate lane to serve as a reversible lane. The system consists of a traffic light system and signs above each lane. It took two years to reconstruct and repair the Tasman Bridge, which was officially reopened on 8 October 1977. Figure 1-2: On the way to the airport, we pass Tasman Bridge of the Tasman Bridge; Figure 3: Alexandra Battery Park - Tasman Bridge of the Tasman Bridge is visible in front of the left.
The main bridge across Hobart Bay and the only way to the eastern part of Hobart City will be better from a maritime point of view.
The place to drive, the lines on the bridge are very special.
When we get to the top of the hill and park in the parking lot, we first go to the viewing platform to have a panoramic view of Hobart. It's a wooden platform. Looking down from that platform, the whole city of Hobart under the hill, the surrounding mountains and the distant sea are in front of us. The Tasman Bridge connecting Hobart Airport and the city is clearly visible at our Wrest Point Hotel. There is only one "blue" word for sea water. And blue is dotted with white sails and white spray. However, although the sunshine is very good, somehow I always feel a light fog, so it is not very clear to take photos.