The bridge is about 200 ft long and 60 ft wide; a four lane bridge with a short median barrier cast in the middle and steel guardrails along the deck overhangs. Even at $50 per square foot, this bridge would have cost over half a million U. S. dollars. It looks like a modern highway bridge, but it doesn't connect to a major road or highway. There are just some farms and what looks like storage facilities on the other side of the river. It seems like a very expensive bridge just to be used by a farmer to bring his crops to market.
Peru's Bridges: Puente Rio Chili by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.