Benjamin Sheares Bridge

The Benjamin Sheares Bridge is a motorway bridge in Singapore and with 1855 meters, the longest bridge in the city-state. It is an important part of the East Coast Parkway, which connects the airport with the Singapore business district. The Benjamin Sheares Bridge leads from the east first over the mouth of the Kallang River in the district of Marina Centre, where a junction is there a curve to the south and then continues over the eastern part of the Marina Bay. The clearance bridge height is here 20 m to allow for larger boats the entrance to the marina.

It was named after Benjamin Sheares bridge, the second president of Singapore, during whose tenure it was built from 1977 to 1981 for 177 million Singapore dollars. As a national symbol of Singapore, the bridge was also depicted on the 50 dollar bill of the third series of banknotes.

Since 2008, the Benjamin Sheares Bridge leads in the field of boxing equipment total of four times on the new Marina Bay Street Circuit Formula 1