The Digha Sonpur rail road bridge is a bridge across river Ganga, connecting Digha Ghat in Patna and Pahleja Ghat in Sonpur, Saran district within the Indian nation of Bihar. The rail cum Road Bridge offers clean roadway and railway hyperlink between northern and southern elements of Bihar. It is a steel truss bridge. Regular scheduled passenger rail provider changed into inaugurated in this path on 3 February 2016. This bridge of 4,556 meters length is the second one longest rail cum Road Bridge in India, after Bogibeel Bridge in Assam.
This is second Railway Bridge in Bihar after Rajendra Setu that connects North Bihar to South Bihar. Indian railways have constructed railway stations on either aspects of the bridge Patliputra Junction railway station and Bharpura Pahleja Ghat Junction railway station. The distance among the Digha Sonpur Bridge and Digha Bridge Halt is round 2km. Rajendra Setu changed into the simplest bridge that carried railway tracks across the Ganges in the nation of Bihar until three February 2016. It was opened in 1959.