The Godai Bridge or Kovvur– Rajahmundry Bridge is support connect spreading over Godai River in Rajahmundry, India. It is Asia's third longest street cum-rail connect crossing a water body, after the Digha– Sonpur rail– street connect in Patna, Bihar, India and Sky Gate Bridge R in Kansai International Airport, Osaka. It is second of the three extensions that range the Godai River at Rajahmundry. The Havelock Bridge being the most punctual, was worked in 1897, and having served its full utility, was decommissioned in 1997. The most recent scaffold is the Godai Arch Bridge, a bowstring-brace connect, worked in 1997 and by and by in benefit.
The extension is 4.1 kilometers 2.8 km Rail part and 4.1 km Road part long comprising of 27 ranges of 91.5 m and 7 ranges of 45.72 m of which 6 ranges of 45.72m are in 6 deg. bend at long Rajahmundry end to compensate for the developed region. The scaffold has a street deck over the single track rail deck, like the Grafton Bridge in New South Wales, Australia. This scaffold, notwithstanding Godai Arch Bridge, has been generally used to speak to Rajahmundry in expressions, media, and culture. It is one of the perceived images of Rajahmundry.
Godai Bridge is the most current extension built among the three. Built by the Hindustan Construction Company HCC, this extension is a cutting edge building accomplishment. The bridge is made of bow string support curves. The scaffold is fit for 350 km/h rail administrations. The scaffold was opened for rail activity in 2003. The street cum-rail connect is worked over the Godai River biggest stream in South India at more than 1,000 kilometers 620 mi length as it goes into the deltaic reach before debouching into the ocean 60 kilometers 37 mi downstream of the extension, the second biggest waterway in India.