The Älvsborg Bridge is a 933 meter long suspension bridge in Göteborg Sweden, that crosses Göta Älv river. The bridge was cosntructed between 1963 and 1967. The length of the suspended span is 417 meters, making it the second longest in Sweden. The clearance below is 45 meters over mean high water. The concrete towers are 107 meter tall and hold up the two suspension cables that consist of eighty five 55 millimeter thick individual wires. About an average of 65 000 vehicles cross the bridge daily.