|The Houghton Highway is a 2.74 km (1.7 mi) reinforced concrete viaduct, shortening the road distance between the cities of Redcliffe and Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. It is the longest bridge in the country, the third-largest in the Southern Hemisphere.
Almost immediately after opening it faced a greater capacity task than originally intended, and in later years became a contentious issue politically with concerns about its ability to meet growing traffic demands, refusal to build another bridge, and the lowering of its speed limit.|
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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