The Godavari Bridge or Kovvur–Rajahmundry Bridge is truss bridge spanning Godavari River in Rajahmundry, India. It is India's third longest road-cum-rail bridge crossing a water body, first one is The Bogibeel Bridge is rail-cum-road bridge over the Brahmaputra river in the Dibrugarh district of Assam state in north-east India, and second is Digha–Sonpur Bridge over Ganges in Bihar.
The Godavari bridge is 4.1 kilometers long consisting of 27 spans of 91.5 m and 7 spans of 45.72 m of which 6 spans of 45.72m are in 6 deg. curve at long Rajahmundry end to make up for the built up area. The bridge has a road deck over the single track rail deck, similar to the Grafton Bridge in New South Wales, Australia. This bridge, in addition to Godavari Arch Bridge, has been widely used to represent Rajahmundry in arts, media, and culture. It is one of the recognised symbols of Rajahmundry.
Coordinates 16°59'51.812" N 81°45'24.798" E