Pasupati Bridge is one of the famous icons of Bandung City.
Pasupati Bridge is also known as Pasupati Flyover. The name of the bridge, which has been operating since 2005, is taken from the names of the two roads that are connected, namely Pasteur and Surapati.
In addition to being an icon of the city of Bandung, the Pasupati Bridge is also the second longest bridge in Indonesia after the Suramadu Bridge in Madura City. Pasupati Bridge has a length of about 2.8 kilometers and a width of about 21.53 meters.
The uniqueness of the Pasupati Bridge lies in the middle, which is one pole that is quite high and is supported by 19 cable stayed. In addition, this bridge also uses Look Up Device (LUD) technology. This technology is a special earthquake resistant device made in France. The Pasupati Bridge is the first bridge in Indonesia that uses LUD technology, making it the first earthquake-resistant bridge in Indonesia.