There are three bridges in Macau city.
The oldest one is the Governor Nobre de Carvalho Bridge, also known as the Macau-Taipa Bridge, which is a dual-lane two-way bridge connecting Macau Peninsula and the island of Taipa. Opened to traffic in 1974.
The second one is the Bridge of Friendship, also known as the New Macau-Taipa Bridge, it is a four-lane, two-way bridge which connects Macau Peninsula near the Reservoir and Taipa Island at Pac On. Opened to traffic in 1994.
The third one, the newest one, is the Sai Van Bridge. The bridge connects Macau Peninsula and Taipa. It features a double-deck design, with an enclosed lower deck to be used in the event of strong typhoons when the other two bridges are closed. Space is also reserved in the lower deck for a rail-link in the future. Opened to traffic in 2004.
The bridge in this photo is the Sai Van Bridge. 😀