- Length: 573 + 573 m
- Spans: 9
- Light: 1 x 32.75 m x 32.75 m – 5 x 45 m – 2 x 90 m – 1 x 135 m
- Max Pile Height: 80 m
The bridge over the Reno is made up of two viaducts, each 573 metres long with nine spans, supported by six vertical piles with standard characteristics and by two double arms in a V shape, placed in frieze at the river bed, with a span of 135 metres. Each carriageway is 15.70 metres wide and supported by a single cell chassis structure in pre-stressed concrete, made with the method of launching the deck with successive thrusts (incremental launch).