The Mackinac Bridge is currently the third longest suspension bridge in the world. In 1998, the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge in Japan became the longest with a total suspension of 12,826 feet. The Great Belt Bridge in Halsskov-Sprogoe, Denmark, which also opened in 1998, is the second longest suspension bridge in the world with a total suspension of 8,921 feet. The Mackinac Bridge is still the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere. The total length of the Mackinac Bridge is 26,372 feet. The length of the suspension bridge (including anchorages) is 8,614 feet. The length from cable bent pier to cable bent pier is 7,400 feet. Length of main span (between towers) is 3,800 feet.
- Michigan National Guard helicoptors to fly in the vicinity of the Mackinac Bridge Tuesday
- Brief Mackinac Bridge closures early Wednesday morning for equipment move
- Mackinac Bridge Authority update Wednesday on 2018 Annual Bridge Walk details
- May Traffic Report
- New video explains Mackinac Bridge Walk options, changes