There are no walkways on the bridge.
The opening ceremony was held on November 19 1991 and open to traffic on December 1 1991, becoming the first bridge over the Huangpu River in central Shanghai, and the fourth biggest cable-stayed bridge in the world.
It was in the second story that workshops and houses filled the extra space, stretching sometimes wider than the original bridge.
Flexible on the start and finish time.
Nanpu Bridge is the first bridge to cross the from central Shanghai, linking it with the across the river.
It's the best way to admire Shanghai's classic skyline view.