The Zero Bridge is an vintage timber arch bridge located in the Srinagar city of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It crosses the Jhelum river in a kind of North-South route connecting Sonwar in the north to Rajbagh inside the South. Originally constructed within the late Nineteen Fifties beneath the then top minister Bakshi Ghulam Mohammad, the bridge became closed for vehicular site visitors inside the overdue 1980s as a result of the weakening of its wooden shape.
The Zero Bridge remains the primary bridge downstream of the Jhelum while getting into the Srinagar town and the next upstream crossing is positioned near Pantha Chowk in the town outskirts. At present, the vintage wood structure of the bridge is being replaced by a brand new one, retaining the original structure and the bridge could stay a pedestrian crossing and a history web page. The vehicular visitors is presently handled with the aid of the Abdullah Bridge, positioned kind of two hundred metres downstream.