Okha–Beyt Dwarka Signature Bridge – Information & Updates

2320m long Okha–Beyt Dwarka Signature Bridge (Sudarshan Setu) is an operational cable-stayed bridge connecting Beyt Dwarka island in the Gulf of Kutch and Okha on Gujarat’s mainland.

Sudarshan Setu bridge was constructed by SP Singla Constructions Pvt. Ltd. (SPSCPL) at an estimated cost of Rs 962.43 crore. Civil construction work started in October 2017 with a 36 month deadline.

Okha–Beyt Dwarka Bridge was completed and inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 25, 2024.


Okha–Beyt Dwarka Bridge with a length of 2320m consist of a 27.2m wide deck with two carriageways. These support 2 vehicular lanes and a 2.5m pedestrian walkway on either side with a 1MW solar mounted roof to provide shade. Its pylons reach a height of 150m.

The bridge with 3 spans have a 900m long central cable section and a 500m long middle span. The approach roads are 209m long at Okha and 1101m long at Beyt Dwarka, making the entire project 3.73 km long.

Status Update

Here’s a recent video by Nitin Gadkari on YouTube

Page last updated: March 24, 2024. Have a question or spot an error? Let me know here.