Kazungula Bridge is a road and rail bridge under construction over the Zambezi river between the countries of Zambia and Botswana at Kazungula.
In August 2007 the governments of Zambia and Botswana announced a deal to construct a bridge to replace the existing ferry.
Construction of the US$259.3 million project, which includes international border facilities in Zambia and Botswana officially began on 12 October 2014 and was due to be completed by 2020. The bridge is being financed by the Japan International Cooperation Agency and the African Development Bank.The 923-metre-long by 18.5-metre-wide bridge will have a longest span of 129 metres and link the town of Kazungula in Zambia with Botswana and is curved to avoid the nearby borders of Zimbabwe and Namibia.
Coordinates -17°47'27.407" N 25°15'44.38" E