14. Seven Mile Bridge, Florida, USA
Currently one of the longest bridges in America, the Seven Mile Bridge is an iconic stretch of asphalt located in the Florida Keys, United States of America. Stretching into the open sea, it connects Knight’s Key in the Middle Keys to Little Duck Key in the Lower Keys. When it was completed back in 1982, it served as the longest continuous concrete segmental bridge in the world. This fact alone makes it a worthy member of iconic roads around the world that provide the ultimate driving pleasure.
You might be surprised to find two bridges side by side, though. This because there’s an older one right beside the modern version. The original Seven Mile Bridge was first constructed from 1909-1912 as part of the Overseas Railroad. However, it got nudged out of the Florida transportation system in 1982 when its younger brother was completed.