The bridge across the Nadym River is located on the road from Surgut to Salekhard.

 The river crossing structure across the Ob River near Salekhard is the part of planning railway that will connect West Siberia with railway network of Russia.

The river crossing structure is 3 km away from the Oka River’s mouth, where Oka flows into the Volga.

The combined bridge is designed for road and railway transport.

The combined bridge is designed for road transport and railway, the length of the bridge is 1611.26m. The total length of bridge approaches is 8353.4m. The total length of river crossing structure is 9961.56m.

The one track railway bridge across the Amur River in Khabarovsk City was built in 1916. The total length of the bridge was 2600.0m. The river bed part of a bridge is covered by steel through truss with 18x127.4m spans.

The bridge is proposed to be constructed 38km away from Yakutsk City in permafrost.

The combined bridge across the Irtysh river in Omsk is a part of the first metro line from Red Way station to the Bus station. The bridge is designed for two-track metro railway at the lower level and 6-lane traffic at the upper level.