Netravati Bridge is on NH 66 in Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka constructed over Netravati River, which connects Mangalore town with its southern suburbs Thokottu, Ullal and Deralakatte. This bridge is likewise called as Ullal Bridge as this bridge is positioned within the town referred to as Ullal in Mangalore taluk. The total period of this bridge is 830 meters. This bridge is a karnataka Kerala national highway NH 66. Karnataka is a nation within the south western vicinity of India.
It became shaped on 1 November 1956, with the passage of the States Reorganisation Act. Originally known as the State of Mysore, it turned into renamed Karnataka in 1973. The country corresponds to the Carnatic place. As part of the national motorway it was 2 lane huge. When the roads have been widened, the extra bridge became constructed parallel to old bridge and it turned into launched to public on 20 March 2014. The new bridge has a complete of 24 pillars consisting of 18 pillars amidst the water and six pillars alongside the river. The height of every pillar is 33.25 feet tall.