The Yavuz Sultan Selim bridge is the third bridge constructed on the Bosporus straits of Istanbul in Turkey. The hybrid deck support two railways framed by a highway of 8 traffic lanes (four lanes on each side). It is the largest cable-stayed deck and with the longest range in the world. It also has the world records of the longest railways bridge and of the suspended bridge fitted with the highest pylons (322 m).
Inaugurated in August 2016, it is open to rail and automobile traffic. it connects the European and Asian shores of Istanbul helping to lighten traffic on the other two bridges.